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Alternation 23, 1 (2016) Can Policy Learn from Practice?

ARTICLES

  • Rubby Dhunpath, Nyna Amin and Thabo Msibi   Editorial: Can Policy Learn from Practice? | PDF
  • Mankolo Lethoko   Taking Stock Thirteen Years Later: An Investigation into the Impact of Mergers on Institutions in the Higher Education Landscape in South Africa | PDF
  • Lazarus Nabaho, Jessica N. Aguti and Joseph Oonyu   Assuring the Quality of Teaching at Makerere University in Uganda: Practices and Experiences of Academics and Students | PDF
  • Hamish Coates, Paula Kelly, Ryan Naylor and Victor Borden   Innovative Approaches for Enhancing the 21st Student Experience | PDF
  • Najwa Norodien-Fataar and Doria Daniels   Exploring the Educational Engagement Practices of Disadvantaged Students at University | PDF
  • Shakila Singh, Bongeka Mabaso, Ronicka Mudaly and Asheena Singh-Pillay   Policy for Prevention of Sexual Assault on Campus: Higher Education Students’ Perspectives | PDF
  • Juliet Ramohai and Khomotso Marumo   Women in Senior Positions in South African Higher Education: A Reflection on Voice and Agency | PDF
  • Ted Sommerville   Language of Learning: Policy, Personal Preference, and Professional Identity | PDF
  • Nadaraj Govender, Ronicka Mudaly and Angela James   Engaging Indigenous Knowledge Holders in Teaching Preservice Teachers in IKS Food Production and Practices: Implications for Higher Education | PDF
  • Julia Preece   The Porous University: Re-thinking Community Engagement | PDF
  • Vanessa C. Burch, Janine Lewis, Ugash Subramaney, Actor Katurura, Geo Quinot, Suresh Singh and Rubby Dhunpath   Towards a Conceptual Framework for Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning Dialogues in Higher Education | PDF
  • Jane Castle and Moyra Keane   Retreating to Write: Are Publications the Only Important Important Outcome? | PDF
  • James Garraway and Lalini Reddy   Analyzing Work-integrated Learning Assessment Practices through the Lens of Autonomy Principles | PDF

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