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  5 October 20​​21​​

  • Curriculum Renewal
  •   Dr Marianne McKay​​


 
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  24 AUGUST 20​​21​​

  • The whole is greater than the sum of its parts – exploration of the 4C-ID model for curriculum design
  •   Dr Marianne Unger ​​

Dr Unger recommends this reading on 4CID:​

And this reading on using 4CID in Higher Education:

 

  20 JULY 20​​21​​

  • Students' Developing Conceptions of Knowledge: Insights from a longitudinal study in Chemistry
  •   Dr Margaret Blackie ​​

Dr Blackie refers to the following reading in her Auxin presentation:​

  • ​Ashwin, P., Abbas, A. and McLean, M., 2014. How do students' accounts of sociology change over the course of their undergraduate degrees?. Higher Education67(2), pp.219-234.DOI 10.1007/s10734-013-9659-z​
 

  25 MAY 20​​21​​

  • From accessing information to actually using it: The development of a Knowledge Skills module for first years​
  •   Dr Marenet Jordaan​​

Dr Marenet Jordaan recommends the following reading on Knowledge Skills:

  • ​Bhatt, I. & MacKenzie, A. 2019. Just Google it! Digital literacy and the epistemology of ignorance. Teaching in Higher Education, 24(3):302-317. doi: 10.1​080/13562517.2018.15472​76
  • McGuinness, C. & Fulton, C. 2019. Digital literacy in higher education: A case study of student engagement with e-tutorials using blended learning. Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice, 18: 1-28. doi: 10.28945/4190

  • Yevelson-Shorsher, A. & Bronstein, J. 2018. Three perspectives on information literacy in academia: Talking to librarians, faculty, and students. College & Research Libraries, 79(4): 535-553.
    doi: 10.5860/crl.79.4.535
 

  13 April 20​​21​​

  • Towards humanising online postgraduate supervision: Reflecting on student experiences in lockdown​
  •   Dr Nompilo Tshuma​​

Dr Nompilo Tshuma recommend​s the following reading:​

  • ​Khene, C. P. (2014). Supporting a humanizing pedagogy in the supervision relationship and process: A reflection in a developing country. International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 9, 73-83.
  • Maor, D., Ensor, J.D. & Fraser, B.J. (2016). Doctoral supervision in virtual spaces: A review of research of web-based tools to develop collaborative supervision, Higher Education Research & Development, 35:1, 172-188, DOI: 10.1080/07294360.2015.1121206

  • McCallin, A. & Nayar, S. (2012). Postgraduate research supervision: A critical review of current practice, Teaching in Higher Education, 17:1, 63-74, DOI: 10.1080/13562517.2011.590979

 
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  23 March 20​​21​​

  • Balancing SoTL & disciplinary research.​
  •    A/Prof Robbie Pott​​

Robbie recommends this reading:​

On balance:

On perseverance for postgrads:

 
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On links between theory and ​practice for undergrads:


  23 February 20​​21​​

  • Scholarship, scholarly teaching and SoTL: implications for the ‘professoriate’
  •   Prof Susan van Schalkwyk​​

Prof Susan van Schalkwyk’s recommended reading:​

 
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