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Government and institutions must collaborate for effective delivery of education
Government and institutions must collaborate for effective delivery of educationArticle

The Covid-19 pandemic has paved the way for a hybrid model in education - but governments need to act so that progress from the past year is not lost...

13 Apr 2021

Online learning: Fundamentally part of the 21st century digital era
Online learning: Fundamentally part of the 21st century digital eraArticle

Online learning has become the 'new normal', but how can both learners and instructors make a success of it?...

Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 23 Feb 2021

King's College global online education offering launches
King's College global online education offering launchesArticle

The newly-launched King's College Online is the first online international school established by the global group, Inspired Education. The online institution will also provide its students with access to over 60 physical premium schools around the world...

7 Dec 2020

Stadio adds new PhD programmes to 2021 offering
Stadio adds new PhD programmes to 2021 offeringArticle

Stadio Higher Education's School of Management for Safety in Society is introducing two new doctorate qualifications - Policing and Management - to its 2021 course offering...

16 Nov 2020

Developing teachers to address unequal access to education
Developing teachers to address unequal access to educationArticle

The annual United Nations' (UN) World Teachers' Day to honour one of the world's most essential professions, teaching, was celebrated yesterday, 5 October. Unesco's theme for the 2020 commemoration naturally links to the current education climate, as a result of Covid-19, "Teachers: leading in crisis, reimagining the future".

Professor Patrick Bean 6 Oct 2020

Crucial new factors to consider before choosing a tertiary institution
Crucial new factors to consider before choosing a tertiary institutionArticle

Covid-19 and global lockdowns will have an enduring impact on how prospective students will make decisions about higher education options in future, an education expert says...

26 Aug 2020

#BizTrends2020: Why off-campus (distance) learning will keep growing, and what trends to expect
#BizTrends2020: Why off-campus (distance) learning will keep growing, and what trends to expectArticle

Post-schooling education remains a 'hot button' topic in South Africa. A struggling education system and barriers to entering higher education are certainly significant...

Professor Patrick Bean 9 Jan 2020

The broad business case for pop-up shops
The broad business case for pop-up shopsArticle

The concept of pop-up retail has soared in popularity over the last number of years. Done right, these temporary retail spaces...

Lauren Hartzenberg 7 Jun 2017

Professor Norman Duncan, vice principal of the University of Pretoria, presenting at the UN Global Colloquium of University Presidents at Yale University in 2016.
#WSF2017: How #FeesMustFall presented opportunities for greater student accessibilityArticle

At the recently concluded World Sustainability Forum 2017, Professor Norman Duncan noted how the #FeesMustFall protests have highlighted issues around sustainability...

Sindy Peters 31 Jan 2017

Gijima, Panopto in education technology partnershipArticle

Developments in technology combined with shifts in education models are transforming the way academic institutions deliver education, and learners' preferred methods of learning. The world over, "blended learning" is fast becoming the norm.

14 Dec 2012

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