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|Revisiting the role of the ‘expert other’ in learners’ acquisition of workplace competence
||Papier, J; Vollenhoven, G
|Transforming higher education for the effective technical and vocational skills delivery in Zimbabwe
||Phuthi, Nduduzo; Maphosa, N
|Developing lifelong learning skills through eLearning-the case of Masters of Adult Education students at the University of Botswana
|Mind the gap: an exploration of participant expectations and facilitator intentions via an analysis of outcomes of workshops held at three Ugandan universities.
|The role of universities in creating ICT awareness, literacy and expertise: experiences from Tanzanian public universities.
||Lwoga, E.T.; Sife, A.S.; Busagala, L.S.P.; Chilimo, W.
|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.
|Intra knowledge transfer success among information workers in higher public institutions of learning in Uganda: the role of information technology.
||Muhenda, Mary Basaasa; Lwanga, Elizabeth Kawuma
|Effect of qualification in ICT, age and income on use of computers among postgraduate students in Makerere University School of Education.
||Bakkabulindi, F. E. K.; Sekabembe, Beatrice; Shopi, J.M.; Kiyingi, G.
|Will Skills Save Us? Rethinking the Relationships between Vocational Education, Skills Development Policies, and Social Policy in South Africa
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