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Higher Education for the Public Good: Views from the South
(Trentham Books, 2012)
BOOK BLURB: Higher education contributes to the public good in many ways. This book argues for transformational and reflexive approach that takes full account of the nature of the university, its practices and programmes. ...
Libraries Driving Access to Knowledge (A2K)
(De Gruyter Saur, 2012-09)
Introduction: Many individuals and representatives of organizations have stressed, to me, the importance bringing together a publication that records and explores the roles of information forums and workers, libraries ...
Open access : are we there yet? - the case of Stellenbosch University, South Africa
It is often acknowledged that African and other developing countries have a desperate need for quality scholarly information to advance their research output and to make a contribution to the world of scholarly communication. ...
Romans 13: 1-7 : a review of post-1989 readings
(Stellenbosch University' Faculty of Theology, 2012)
Romans 13:1-7 has remained a challenge for interpreters throughout the history of the New Testament. A previous study investigated the actual readings of the passage during the political transition in South Africa. The ...
Die impak van revisie op vertaalde eksamenvraestelle in 'n hoeronderwysomgewing
(LitNet Akademies, 2012-08)
Die onakkurate vertaling van eksamenvraestelle in ’n hoëronderwysomgewing kan studentesukses benadeel, byvoorbeeld as die vertaling dubbelsinnig is of as onbekende terminologie gebruik word. Een van die metodes om vertalings ...
Modelling the pre-assessment learning effects of assessment : evidence in the validity chain
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2012-10)
OBJECTIVES We previously developed a model of the pre-assessment learning effects of consequential assessment and started to validate it. The model comprises assessment factors, mechanism factors and learning effects. The ...