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South African Journal of Higher Education

2007 Volume 21, Number 7

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Students Learning across Differences in a Multi-Disciplinary Virtual Learning Community

    Bozalek , P Rohleder, R Carolissen, B Leibowitz, L Nicholls & L Swartz

    Despite desegregation, and educational policies calling for increased inclusivity in higher education, students in South Africa generally continue to have homogenous social and learning experiences... More

    pp. 812-825

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  2. Data Analysis and the Technological Turn: Contrasting Attitudes and Discourses in E-learning

    M Madiba

    This article reports on how computer software (NVIVO) was used to analyse data for a research project on design issues in e-learning. The aim of the project was to study how South African higher... More

    pp. 882-892

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  3. Dealing with Diversity in a Virtual Learning Community across Two Universities

    P Rohleder, W Fish, A Ismail, L Padfield & D Platen

    The authors report on their experiences as participants in the Community, Self and Identity Project; a collaborative teaching and research project between the University of the Western Cape and... More

    pp. 893-906

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  4. Preparing Lecturers to Integrate Educational Technology into Their Teaching and Learning Practices

    S Simelane, S Blignaut & L van Ryneveld

    Technology improvements in education created new methods, opportunities and challenges for teaching and learning. Globally Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) integrate the Internet and technology... More

    pp. 940-953

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