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Ownership and attitudes towards technology use in physiotherapy students from seven countries
PURPOSE: To assess differences in prerequisites to blended learning such as technology use and Internet access in an international sample of physiotherapy students from Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Luxembourg, Sudan, ...
Attitudes of undergraduate nursing students towards E-learning at the University of the Western Cape
(African Association for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance, 2015)
The development of the Internet has provided an opportunity for offering e-learning as a new addition to modern education. Substantial evidence indicates that many universities across the world are offering study programmes ...
Ethics @ http://www.kewl.uwc.ac.za : The potential for e-learning to democratise the social work curriculum
(Department of Social Work, University of Johannesburg, 2007)
This article describes the design and implementation of a module on Advanced Social Work Ethics using a blended learning approach and relying substantially on e-learning as a pedagogical tool. The design is contextualised ...
Introducing dental students to e-learning at a South African University
(Health and Medical Publishing Group, 2012)
This article serves to report on the introduction of an innovative ‘blended learning’ approach in the Paediatric Dentistry Department at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) in Cape Town, South Africa. This intervention ...