Recent Submissions

  • Pratt, Deirdre Denise (http://hdl.handle.net/10321/1140, )
    Currently criteria for evaluating mixed-mode courses do not go much beyond the paradigmatic level, which poses problems if the evaluator’s preferred paradigm of knowledge construction is not congruent with the course ...
  • Stewart, Graham (http://ir.dut.ac.za/handle/10321/1228, )
    This article sets out to re-evaluate some of the themes raised in the Alternation number on humanities computing that I guest edited in 2002, and to trace their subsequent evolution. To what degree can the meeting of ...
  • Sosibo, Samantha Nokuthula (http://hdl.handle.net/10321/1191, )
    This study aimed to explore user factors that may influence attitude and behaviour where technology acceptance is concerned. The Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) Framework was used as a tool to map this degree of acceptance ...
  • van der Merwe, Alex
    There is growing confidence that the open education movement is set to reshape the higher education landscape. What is the general willingness and capacity of DUT instructors to be actively involved as collaborators in the ...
  • Vahed, Anisa
    Designing teaching and learning games for Dental Techonology students at the Durban University of Technology.
  • Sunder, Rosh
    Looking at e-learning best practice in the Department of Radiography at Durban University of Technology.
  • Stewart, Graham (www.webwewant.org, )
    The Web We Want movement is calling on everyone, everywhere to play their part in shaping and enhancing the Web - not just for us, but for future generations too. With our supporters and partners, we respond to threats ...
  • Stewart, Graham
    A look at Open Educational Resources in light of the 'White Paper for Post-School Education and Training', Nov 2013, the 'Draft Policy Framework for the Provision of Distance Education in South African Universities - 2012' ...
  • Pienaar, Dan
    Examining the use of e-Learning in the Chemistry department at Durban University of Technology.
  • Mitha, Sara; Finlayson, Avenal
    Altmetrics are new measurements for the impact of scholarly content based on how far and wide it travels through the social web (like Twitter), social bookmarking (CiteULike) and collaboration tools (Mendeley).
  • Heukelman, Delene
    The presentation considers the implications of developing open access materials.
  • de Beer, Marie; Mason, Roger B. (http://www.igi-global.com/article/e-learning/113272, )
    This paper investigates a method for increasing the involvement of marketing fourth year learners in academic research, by encouraging greater participation in, and commitment to, their research project in the Applied ...

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