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|On curricula for creating human capital needed for ICT-led economic growth: case of Faculty of Computing and IT, Makerere University
|Partnerships in on-line learning: development of an on-line curriculum for application in a for profit firm and an undergraduate human resource degree program
||Nafukho, Frederick; Brooks, Catherine K.; Forrester, Jami
|Quality assurance in curriculum development
||Nakabugo, M.G.; Masembe, C.S.
|Curriculum and democracy: implication of the linkage on today's basic education curriculum.
||Ocheng, Mary, T.K.
|Gender equity in commonwealth higher education: an examination of sustainable interventions in selected commonwealth universities
||Morley, Louise; Gunawardena, Chandra; Kwesiga, Joy; Lihamba, Amandina; Odejide, Abiola; Shackleton, Lesley; Sorhaindo, Annik
|The role of academia in fostering private sector competitiveness in ICT development.
||Wanyama, Tom; Baryamureeba, Venansius
|ICT human development in an African university: the conception and implementation of the University of Botswana skills-based ICT education and training programme.
||Ojo, Sunday O.
|Incorporating technology into the Lesotho science curriculum: investigating the gap between the intended and the implemented curriculum.
|Beyond the university gates: Provision of Extended Curriculum Programmes in South Africa
||Hutchings, Catherine; Garraway, James
|Paradigms of curriculum design : implications for South African educators
|Implementing outcomes-based education in a South African university
||Luckett, Kathy; Luckett, Sid
|The reflective practitioner: a model for staff development ?
|Alignment between South African mathematics assessment standards and the TIMSS assessment frameworks
|Will Skills Save Us? Rethinking the Relationships between Vocational Education, Skills Development Policies, and Social Policy in South Africa