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Rolling out podcasting to enhance teaching and learning: a case of the University of the Western Cape
(DonEl Learning Inc., 2011)
Tool-use extends our sense of self-identity, social identity, and our experiences of social relationships within particular places. Education professionals use specific kinds of technologies (analogue and digital) and are ...
E-tools and the globalised world of learning and communication
(Contemporary Educational Technology, 2010)
The utilization of the knowledge economy in the information age has been promoted by various tools developed both for communication and marketing purposes. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have proved ...
Digital inclusion: fundamentals of ecentre management training programme (2012). A written analysis on community needs; and experiences of ecentre managers (Western Cape)
This research report reflects on the experiences of the Digital Inclusion eCentre Management Training Programme delivered in 2012 - to 62 participants from 34 eCentres situated in the Western Cape. This roll-out was a ...
'Digital Natives' require basic digital literacy skills. The IAFOR International Conference on Technology in the Classroom
(The International Academic Forum, 2016)
This paper discusses a Digital Academic Literacy (DAL) Programme at the University of the Western Cape (UWC). It highlights the programme's response to and alignment with emerging South African Higher Education (HE) ...
E-Learning change management and communication strategies within a HEI in a developing country: institutional organisational cultural change at the University of the Western Cape
The paper attempts to report on the strides that UWC has achieved in the adoption of eLearning among the campus teaching community, namely the academics from across different faculties, in order to supplement their ...
An exploration of the alignment of learning theories with eTools at the University of the Western Cape (UWC)
(Science Domain International, 2017)
The impact of emerging technologies on authentic learning in higher education remains a core concern in the South African context. Learning Management Systems (LMSs) must include emerging technologies to support innovative ...