Browsing Chapters from books (Education Innovation) by Issue Date

Browsing Chapters from books (Education Innovation) by Issue Date

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  • Fresen, Jill Winifred; Welch, Tessa; Reed, Yvonne (NADEOSA, 2005)
    This case study describes part of a self-evaluation exercise carried out by the e-learning unit of the Department of Telematic Learning and Education Innovation (TLEI) at the University of Pretoria (UP), from 2001 onwards. ...
  • Fresen, Jill Winifred; Steyn, Dolf (A.B.); Marx, Alta S.; MacLabhrainn, Iain; McDonald Legg, Christina; Schneckenberg, Dirk; Wildt, Johannes (Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT), NUI Galway, Ireland, 2006)
    Quality education and education innovation are key drivers reflected in the strategic plan of the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Following this thrust, the Department of Telematic Learning and Education Innovation ...
  • Preface 
    Kilfoil, W.R. (Wendy Ruth), 1952- (Universities South Africa, 2015)
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  • Nagel, Lynette; Van der Merwe, Antoinette; Bozalek, Vivienne; Ivala, Eunice; Peté, Marí; Vanker, Cassim (Universities South Africa, 2015)
    Blended learning is a well-known term, but not always well understood. This article seeks to provide some recommendations, a clear definition of this approach to teaching and learning, international trends, some affordances, ...
  • Jordaan, A.J.J. (Dolf); Van der Merwe, Antoinette (Universities of South Africa, 2015)
    This article aims to summarise international best practices for implementing a learning analytics (LA) strategy in a higher education institution (HEI). Universities have always collected data for reporting purposes. LA ...
  • Preface 
    Kilfoil, W.R. (Wendy Ruth), 1952- (Universities South Africa, 2015)
    Universities South Africa (USA) is a grouping of the Vice- Chancellors of public universities (http://www.hesa.org. za/)1. Since 2005, the organisation has provided leadership and an authoritative voice to the newly ...
  • Kriel, Dennis (Universities South Africa, 2015)
    One needs to make a distinction between the use of games in education and gamification. Games are common ways of passing the time and having fun. Gamification is more about using the elements of games that motivate people, ...
  • Jordaan, A.J.J. (Dolf); Van der Merwe, Antoinette (Universities South Africa, 2015)
    This article aims to summarise international best practices for implementing a learning analytics (LA) strategy in a higher education institution (HEI). Universities have always collected data for reporting purposes. LA ...
  • Scheepers, Detken (Universities South Africa, 2015)
    Most South African universities provide professional development opportunities for their academic staff. It is one of the accreditation criteria for the Council on Higher Education (CHE) as it is considered a critical ...