CHED Africa month celebration!
Join us on 31 May 2016 for a seminar in celebration of AFRICA MONTH. RSVP: Mzi Mnyatheli by Friday 27 May 2016.
UCT and regional partners will be hosting the ICED/HELTASA 2016 conference at UCT in November this year. The deadline for abstracts is 30 May 2016.
CILT [Open] Position Papers
This series of position papers from the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching at the University of Cape Town draws on professional and research experience to provide overviews of key issues in higher education.
CHED supplement
CHED Faculty Focus
Find out all about the Centre for Higher Education Development in UCT's Monday Monthly CHED supplement.
UCT MOOCs on Coursera
The UCT MOOCs team is pleased to announce the launch of two brand new MOOCs on the market leading Coursera platform – Climate Change Mitigation in Developing Countries and Understanding Clinical Research: Behind the Statistics.
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Friday, 27 May 2016

The FHS Writing Lab, which provides specialist writing support for Health Sciences staff and students, celebrated its official launch on Thursday 19 May. The launch, which forms part of the Health Sciences month-long Language Festival, is just one of the ways in which the faculty is showcasing their constructive engagement with language and inclusivity. 

Publication Date:
Friday, May 27, 2016 - 14:30
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In August 2013 the Council for Higher Education (CHE) released “A proposal for undergraduate curriculum reform in South Africa: A case for a flexible curriculum structure” (CHE, 2013). The argument was that the current curriculum structures pose a systemic obstacle to access and success that can only be overcome through deliberate intervention at a systemic level. One of its key strategies is increased investment in ear-marked funding for extended curriculum programmes, also known as foundation programmes. The question however is, will these extended curriculum programmes as they are currently being implemented enable the systemic reform required? In 2014 a multi-institutional research and development project was launched to consider the effectiveness of the current extended curriculum programmes. 

Publication Date:
Wednesday, May 25, 2016 - 11:30

Gadija Arend is the smiling lady who greets you as you enter the Writing Centre.  It has been fifteen years since Gadija first joined ADP, CHED.  As the Administrator of the Writing Centre, Gadija shares how the workplace has evolved over time, as well as some of her realisations after she suffered a stroke last October. 

Publication Date:
Friday, May 27, 2016 - 15:15
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Bonani Dube and Jean Luyt, student development officers and clinical psychologists in the Faculty of Commerce, share tips on how to deal with stress in the exam period.

Publication Date:
Wednesday, May 25, 2016 - 09:30