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The potential of authentic learning and emerging technologies for developing graduate attributes
(Unisa Press, 2014)
Graduate attributes, such as critical thinking and problem-solving in real-world contexts, are increasingly being recognised as crucial for students to develop in higher education for employability and critical citizenship. ...
Transforming teaching with emerging technologies: Implications for higher education institutions
A gulf is widening between the technologies used by students, those used by educators and those provided by institutions. However, knowledge about the impact of so-called emerging technologies on learning or the readiness ...
Towards a shared understanding of emerging technologies: Experiences in a collaborative research project in South Africa
(The African Journal of Information Systems (AJIS), 2013)
While the practice of using educational technologies in Higher Education is increasingly common among educators, there is a paucity of research on innovative uses of emerging technologies to transform teaching and learning. ...
Leveraging informal leadership in higher education institutions: A case of diffusion of emerging technologies in a southern context
(British Educational Research Association, 2013)
In the last decade, emerging technologies and transformative practices have diffused into higher education social systems in ways that formal leadership styles are increasingly stretched to both keep abreast of and to ...
Converging institutional expertise to model teaching and learning with emerging technologies
(UNISA Press, 2013)
There is an increasing disjuncture between the use of technologies and the impact that this has on teaching and learning practice. This challenge is compounded by the lack of institutional preparedness to support emerging ...