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Free online course: Extinctions: Past and Present
Free online course - Extinctions: Past and Present
Join us in exploring the past five mass extinctions that shaped the Earth's biodiversity and the possibility that we are experiencing a human-driven sixth mass extinction.
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MOOCs and UCT Careers Service work celebrated at MACE 2016
The Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT) and UCT Careers Service (CS) receive four merit awards between them at the 2016 MACE Awards.
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Find out about the Centre for Educational Testing for Access and Placement (CETAP) by reading their brochure.
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CHED Faculty Focus
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Wednesday, 26 April 2017

 

Dr Lovemore Kunorozva has completed an epic study journey of nine (9) years at UCT and has been consistently acknowledged for excellence and commitment as a recipient of two scholarships for his postgraduate work. 

Publication Date:
Tuesday, December 20, 2016 - 23:30

At the recent launch of UCT’s Research and Innovation Report, Professor Danie Visser said that support for the Open Access movement should remain a focus for the research endeavour going forward. We wholeheartedly agree, and have been making a concerted effort to ensure CHED’s research is made available via the UCT Libraries-managed university repository, OpenUCT.

View an infographic that highlights the impact that some of our publications have had.

Publication Date:
Friday, November 18, 2016 - 13:30

The Centre for Educational Testing for Access and Placement (CETAP) seeks to appoint an Academic Literacy Research Lead.

Publication Date:
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 - 12:30
A/Prof Laura Czerniewicz

Academics the world over are facing increasing pressure to boost the visibility and impact of their research.  Using data from a case study at a Namibian university, A/Profs Laura Czerniewicz and Catherine Kell examine the factors impacting on scholarly communication practices and the visibility of scholarly outputs in the African context. 

Publication Date:
Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 14:30

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