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|Competencies in using sketchpad in geometry teaching and learning: experiences of preservice teachers||Ndlovu, Mdutshekelwa||2013|
|The correlation between knowledge assumptions and the gathering of research information among South African doctoral students||Botha, R.J.||2013|
|Exploring pre-service teachers’ views regarding teaching for transformation: A proposed autonomous-transformative framework for higher education institutions||Palmer, June, M||2013|
|The challenges and prospects of access to higher education at UNISA||Letsekaa, M; Pitsoeb, V||2013|
|The use of ICT in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Universities||Kaino, L. M.||2012|