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|Globalisation, diversity and academic practice: reflections from South Africa and Sweden
||Thaver, B; Mahlck, P
|Vanishing borders and new boundaries
||Moja, Teboho; Cloete, Nico
|Meeting the dual demands of global competitiveness and redistributive development: constraints and opportunities for the historically black universities
|Equity, development and new knowledge production: an overview of the new higher education policy environment in post-apartheid South Africa
|Education institutions in decentralization.
||Nakanyike, B. Musisi; Atim, David Kenneth; Ngabu, William Kwemara; Mukunya, Francis
|South African legislation on limiting private and foreign higher education: protecting the public or ignoring globalisation?
||Bitzer, E M
|From library skills to information literacy: considerations for Makerere University Library and Faculty.
||Nalumaga, Ruth Ester
|Challenges facing African universities: selected issues
|Globalization and the university: myths and realities in an unequal world
|Curriculum responses to a changing national and global environment in an African context
||Ekong, Donald; Cloete, Nico
|The impact of globalisation on higher education: Achieving a balance between local and global needs and realities
||Meyer, Marius; Bushney, Melanie; Ukpere, Wilfred I.
|Public sociology and the transformation of the university
||Anthea, Metcalfe; Jacklyn, Cock
|Towards higher education in a post-neoliberal future: A comment on Ethiopia