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Alternation African Scholarship Book Series #04 (2020) Learner and Subject at the Dawn of Research-Led Teaching and Learning in the Time of COVID-19

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  Front Matter
  Editorial
  • Johannes A. Smit, Nobuhle Ndimande-Hlongwa, Nhlanhla Mkhize and Labby Ramrathan,
    Editorial: Learner and Subject at the Dawn of Research-Led Teaching and Learning in the Time of COVID-19 | PDF
  Book Chapters
  •  Vanessa Noble and Kalpana Hiralal 
    The Black Death and COVID-19: The Value of Studying Pandemics in Historical Perspective | PDF
  • Anusharani Sewchurran and Franziska Pannach   
    Negotiating the Possibilities Digital Humanities Offers Media and Cultural Studies for Crisis Curriculum Adjustments in the Time of COVID-19 | PDF
  • Yolandi Burger and Ria (H.M.) van Zyl   
    Resilient Transformation of Studio-based Teaching and Learning in Creative and Design Disciplines towards Cognitive Apprenticeship  | PDF
  • Patricia Opondo, Eric Sunu Doe and José Alberto Daniel Chemane 
    Reframing Teaching African Music and Dance in the Tertiary Education Context: Alternatives and Pedagogical Solutions for Online and Other Forms of Non-contact Teaching in the Face of the COVID-19 Pandemic | PDF
  • Suresh Babu Naidu, Krishna, Vasanthrie Naidoo, Shanaz Ghuman, Nellie Naranjee, Lavanya Madamshetty, Jamila Khatoon Adam, and Maureen Nokuthula Sibiya 
    Preparedness of Staff and Students in Utilising Learning Management Systems in Health Sciences as Crisis Intervention during Lockdown | PDF
  • Orhe Arek-Bawa and Sarasvathie Reddy   
    Blending Digital and Technological Skills with Traditional Commerce Education Knowledge in Preparation for the 4IR Classroom: The COVID-19 Catalyst | PDF
  • Phumlani Myende and N. Ndlovu   
    COVID-19 and Emergency Online Teaching and Learning: A Challenge of Social Justice for Rural Students | PDF
  • Samukelisiwe Khumalo, Asheena Singh Pillay and Roshanthni Subrayen   
    Reflections on Differently Abled Students’ Readiness to Shift to Online Learning amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic and Lockdown | PDF
  • Thobeka S. Nkomo
    Social Work Field Instruction Supervision and Resilience during COVID-19 Lockdown | PDF
  • Urmilla Bob, Suveshnee Munien, Amanda Gumede and Rivoni Gounden   
    Supporting Research at South African Universities during the COVID-19 Crisis: Key Areas for Consideration and Critical Reflections on Responses with a Focus on Postgraduate Education | PDF
  Back Matter

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