Two new papers on Academic Literacy (AL) by the Centre for Educational Testing for Access and Placement's AL Research Lead, Kabelo Sebolai, have been published:
Sebolai, K., and D. Y. Dzansi. 2015. "Measuring the Impact of an Academic Literacy Programme at a South African University of Technology." International Journal of Educational Sciences, v.10(2): 248-255.
Sebolai, K., and L. Huff. "Academic Literacy Curriculum Renewal at a South African University: A Case Study." Journal for Language Teaching 49.1 (2015): 333-351.
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By Mary Hilton, EBE