South African Journal of Higher Education - Vol 21, No 3 (2007)

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Table of Contents


Access and quality in South African higher education: the twin challenges of transformation
S Akoojee, S Nkomo, S Nkomo
Institutional self-representation at South African higher education institutions
N Baijnath, I M Christiansen, N Ogude
An evaluation of students\' perceptions of the use of case-based teaching and group work in a first-year nursing programme
R Cassimjee
CyberSurfiver: Affective considerations of `surviving\' online learning
S Meyer, J C Cronje, I Eloff
Plotting the playing field for continuing professional
B L Frick, C A Kapp
Teachers\' practical rationality of mathematics teaching and policymaker rhetoric about mathematics as reasoning and mathematical relationships
M F Gierdien
Online education and training: well-founded pedagogy or state-corporate interests?
R Martin
Staff perceptions of the merger between two South African regional technikons
T Reddy
Collaboration in teacher education through research in multicultural education
C Roux
The relationship between affective factors and the academic achievement of students at the University of Venda
T D Sikhwari
The Vudec merger: a recording of what was and a reflection on gains and losses
HM van der Merwe
Evaluations of higher education transformation in South Africa
G J van der Westhuizen

ISSN: 1011-3487
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