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The South African Journal of Higher Education as an independent, fully accredited publication, is a medium for articles of interest to researchers and practitioners in higher education, and provides a focal point for the publication of educational research from throughout the world. It is a referee-assisted publication and enjoys the professional support of an international Educational Advisory Board as well as the assistance of Consultant Editors. The journal is interdisciplinary in approach and its purpose is to provide institutions of higher education and professional readers with scholarly information on major innovations in higher education, research projects and trends.

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.sajhe.org.za/ and http://www.journals.co.za/ej/ejour_high.html


Vol 25, No 7 (2011)

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Table of Contents

Articles

It takes a township
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J McNiff 1253-1273
Satisfaction surveys as mechanisms to assess the success of an institution of higher learning as an ‘inviting institution’: A case study
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HJ Brits 1274-1287
The integration of quality management functions within a university: A systems approach
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HJ Brits 1288-1297
Profiling learning style preferences of first-year University students: Implications for course design and instruction
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MP Cekiso 1298-1309
Executive university managers’ experiences of strike and protest activity: A qualitative case study of a South African university
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Y Dominguez-Whitehead 1310-1328
Academic achievement of incarcerated students
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VG Gasa 1329-1343
Exploring the postgraduate research climate and the postgraduate research experience: A conceptual model
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KK Govender 1344-1358
Responding electronically to student drafts on campus: Dis/encouraging dialogue?
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M Harran, A Knott, C Weir 1359-1377
The concept of ‘first-generation student’ in the literature: Implications for South African higher education
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L Heymann, R Carolissen 1375-1396
Re-envisioning the scholarship of engagement: Lessons from a university-school partnership project for mathematics and science teaching
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MC Ndlovu 1397-1415
Demographic and academic factors affecting research productivity at the University of KwaZulu- Natal
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D North, T Zewotir, M Murray 1416-1428
Service quality and students’ satisfaction with the professional teacher development programmes by distance mode in a South African university
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AB Oduaran 1429-1446
Knowledge production and distribution by institutions of higher education in sub-Saharan Africa: Opportunities and challenges
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E Ondari-Okemwa 1447-1469


ISSN: 1011-3487
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