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Power, democracy and technology: the potential dangers of care for teachers in higher education
(University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2015)
Internationally, there is a growing interest in the potential of care ethics as a useful normative framework to evaluate teaching and learning in higher education. However, to date there has been little engagement with ...
Lecturers’ perceptions: the value of assessment rubrics for informing teaching practice and curriculum review and development
(Taylor and Francis, 2015)
The assessment rubric is increasingly gaining recognition as a valuable tool in teaching and learning in higher education. While many studies have examined the value of rubrics for students, research into the lecturers’ ...
The infusion of emerging technologies in complex higher education settings
(Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited, 2015)
In the context of an increasing reliance on, and integration of, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) into the Higher Education (HE) sector, innovative approaches are being sought in response to infrastructural ...
Editorial: Massive open online courses (MOOCs): Disrupting teaching and learning practices in higher education
Although the higher education sector is currently facing economic austerity measures globally, with the threat of closure for some, higher education institutions are simultaneously being driven to increase intake, as well ...