Following the disruption by protestors of a special meeting of the Senate, the Dean of Higher Education Development, A/Prof Suellen Shay, has issued the following statement on behalf of CHED members of Senate.
The growth of technology in higher educational practice, the globalization of trends in online education, and opportunities for global knowledge sharing were some of the topics discussed by two distinguished guests at CILT’s Learning and Teaching Seminar Series earlier this month.
Engaging Power for Empowerment and Influence was the theme of the HERS-SA Mini-ACADEMY 2015, attended by 30 women from higher education institutions across South Africa. CHED's Vicki Heard was one of the delegates. This is a glimpse of what she took away with her.
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.