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|Technological change in learning environments: the case of the university of Botswana
||Molelu, Gabathuse Blackie; Uys, Philip M.
|Technological innovation and management strategies for higher education in Africa: harmonizing reality and idealism
||Uys, Philip M.; Nleya, Paul; Molelu, G.B.
|Three years of collaboration in the basic sciences: Uganda-Norway
|Some thoughts about tertiary education in Nigeria: historical lessons from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology ( LAUTECH )
||Oke, Olusegun L.; Ajirotutu, Cheryl S.
|Management education via the internet: factors facilitating and inhibiting the adoption of WEBCT at a faculty in a higher education institution.
|Bandwidth bottlenecks at the University of Botswana: complications for library, campus, and national development
||Gerhan, David; Mutula, Stephen
|Incorporating technology into the Lesotho science curriculum: investigating the gap between the intended and the implemented curriculum.
|Technologies for instruction as innovative strategies in higher education: A Nigerian perspective
||Adegbija, Mosiforeba Victoria
|ICT in education in Africa - myth or reality: a case study of Mozambican higher education institutions
||Xavier, Muianga; Henrik, Hansson; Anders, Nilsson; Avelino, Mondlane; Inocente, Mutimucuio; Alsone, Guambe
|Introducing e-learning in a South African Higher Education Institution: challenges arising from an intervention and possible responses
||Bharuthram, Sharita; Kies, Carolynn
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