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|Managing logistics higher education using logical: framework analysis
|Mapping our way to coherence, alignment and responsiveness
||Bester, M; Scholtz, D
|Mapping the ethnographic journey: A ‘road map’ for novice researchers wanting to engage in ethnography, critical theory and policy analysis.
|Monitoring the pathways and outcomes of people from disadvantaged backgrounds and graduate groups
|Moral crisis in higher institutions and the dress code phenomenon.
||Fayokun, K.O.; Adedeji, S.O.; Oyebade, S.A.
|Multi-institutional partnerships for higher education in Africa: a case study of assumptions of international academic collaboration
||Ladislaus, M. Semali; Rose, Baker; Rob, Freer
|Optical fibre for education and research networks in Eastern and Southern Africa
||Adam, Lishan; Bagula, Antoine; Chikumbi, Godfrey; Comstedt, Anders; Martin, Duncan; Muchanga, Americo; Ngwira, Margaret; Nkusi, Issa; Pehrson, Bjorn
|Organizational Characteristics as Correlates of ICT adoption in Makerere University.
||Bakkabulindi, F.E.K.; Nkata, J.L.; Amin, Martin E.
|Out of Africa: a typology for analysing open educational resources initiatives
||Bateman, Peter; Lane, Andy; Moon, Bob
|Pedagogical implications of students' misconceptions about deductive geometric proof
||Ndlovu, Mdutshekelwa; Mji, Andile