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N. Botha (eds), Curriculum Inquiry in South African
Higher Education – Some Scholarly Affirmations and
Challenges, pp. 135-155. Stellenbosch: SUN MeDIA.
ISBN 978-1-920338-64-0.
Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals
Archer, A. 2011. Clip-art or design: exploring the challenges
of multimodal texts for writing centres in higher education.
Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language
Studies, 29(4): 387-399.
Archer, A. 2011. Dealing with multimodal assignments in
writing centres. Writing Lab Newsletter, 35(9/10): 10-13.
Archer, A. and Stent, S. 2011. Red socks and purple rain:
the political uses of colour in late apartheid South Africa.
Visual Communication, 10(2): 115-128.
Chigona, W.M.G., Chigona, A., Westcott, K. and Lekwane,
O. 2011. Uses, benefits and challenges of public access
points in the face of growth of mobile technology. The
Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing
Countries, 49(5): 1-14.
Craig, T.S. 2011. Categorization and analysis of explanatory
writing in mathematics. International Journal of Mathematical
Education in Science and Technology, 42(7): 867 - 878.
Davidowitz, B. and Rollnick, M. 2011. What lies at the heart
of good undergraduate teaching? A case study in organic
chemistry. Chemistry Education Research and Practice,
12: 355-366.
Frith, V. 2011. Quantitative literacy provision in the first
year of medical studies. South African Journal of Higher
Education, 25(4): 725-740.
Frith, V. and Gunston, G.D. 2011. Towards understanding
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curriculum. African Journal of Health Professions Education,
3(1): 19-23.
Kapp, R. and Bangeni, A. 2011. A longitudinal study of
students’ negotiation of language, literacy and identity.
Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language
Studies, 29(2): 197-208.
Kapp, R. and Arend, M. 2011. ‘There’s a Hippo on my
stoep’: constructions of English second language teaching
and learners in the new national senior certificate. Per
Linguam: A Journal of Language Learning, 27(1): 1-10.
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of the FET phase mathematical literacy and mathematics
curriculum. US-China Education Review B, 3: 309-323.
Paxton, M.I.J. 2011. How do we play the genre game in
preparing students at the advanced undergraduate level
for research writing? Teaching in Higher Education, 16(1):
Paxton, M.I.J. 2011. Research and development in an
ICL project: a methodology for understanding meaning
making in economics. Across the Disciplines, 8(3): 1-10.
Potgieter, M. and Davidowitz, B. 2011. Preparedness for
tertiary chemistry: multiple applications of the chemistry
competence test for diagnostic and prediction purposes.
Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 12: 193-204.
Pym, J.M., Goodman, S.L. and Patsika, N. 2011. An
exploration of the impact of social connectedness on
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Craig, T.S. 2011. Student identity and the need to make
classroom mathematics relevant to engineering practice.
In B. Collier-Reed (ed.), Proceedings of the First Biennial
Conference of the South African Society for Engineering
Education (SASEE), 10-12 August 2011, Stellenbosch,
South Africa. Stellenbosch: South African Society for
Engineering. ISBN 978-0-620-50774-5.
Makoza, F. and Chigona, W.M.G. 2011. The role of
information and ICT on the livelihoods of microenterprises:
case of Malawi. In Proceedings of ReSNES’2011: E-Skilling
for Equitable Prosperity and Global Competitiveness, 3-4
November 2011, East London, South Africa. South Africa:
ReSNES. ISBN 978-0-620-51804-8.
Mhakure, D. 2011. Quantitative literacy for undergraduates:
students’ perceptions about the quantitative literacy course
at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. In T. Mamiala
and F. Kwayisi (eds), Proceedings of the Nineteenth
Annual Meeting of the Southern African Association
for Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology
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lecturer perspectives on learning management systems
at universities in the Western Cape, South Africa. In
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Systems (PACIS 2011), 7-11 July 2011, Brisbane, Australia.
Brisbane: AIS Electronic Library (AISeL). ISBN 978-1-
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