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1 [GO] AFRICAN HUMAN MOBILITY REVIEW 2024―Apr―23 “Let Them Stay There”: COVID-19 and Zimbabwe’s Indignation Against Return Migrants and Travelers Chipo Hungwe, Zvenyika Eckson Mugari
2 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2024―Feb―08 An ethics of care: PGCE students' experiences of online learning during Covid-19
3 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2024―Feb―08 Fieldwork Dynamics in a Higher Education Setting amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
4 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2024―Feb―08 Barriers to research access during COVID-19: Interviewing students with disabilities in South African higher education
5 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2024―Feb―07 Institutionalisation of academic integrity: Experiences at a distance education university in South Africa during COVID-19
6 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2024―Feb―07 Reconceptualising ‘caring’ in e-tutor-student interactions during the Covid-19 pandemic in an ODeL university in South Africa
7 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2024―Feb―07 Hybrid approaches to teaching: Re-imagining the teaching of a foundational science course during a global pandemic
8 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2024―Feb―05 Teacher-team reflections on the quality and modes of thinking in Writing Intensive courses at the University of the Witwatersrand during the first year of the global COVID-19 pandemic
9 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2024―Feb―05 Problematising the South African Higher Education inequalities exposed during the Covid-19 pandemic: Students’ perspectives
10 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2023―Jul―04 Teacher-team reflections on the quality and modes of thinking in Writing Intensive courses at the University of the Witwatersrand during the first year of the global COVID-19 pandemic Pamela Nichols, Avril Joffe, Roshini Pillay, Bontle Tladi
11 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2023―Jul―04 Problematising the South African Higher Education inequalities exposed during the Covid-19 pandemic: Students’ perspectives Corinne Knowles, Abongile James, Lebogang Khoza, Zikhona Mtwa, Milisa Roboji, Matimu Shivambu
12 [GO] Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (sample journal) 2023―Apr―13 INTERNAL STRATEGIES AND MECHANISMS FOR COMBATING CORRUPTION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN ZAMBIA: A LINGUISTIC TURN Phiri Chidongo
13 [GO] Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (sample journal) 2023―Apr―13 CORRUPTION DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS RESPONSE IN UGANDA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE RIGHT TO HEALTH Paul Mukiibi
14 [GO] Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (sample journal) 2023―Apr―13 CORRUPTION DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS: CHALLENGES AND POTENTIAL LESSONS Jane F Abodo
15 [GO] Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (sample journal) 2023―Apr―13 Covid-19: Morals over empathy in the misuse of public funds. A case of Uganda in comparison with selected east African states Kenneth Fred Akena
16 [GO] Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (sample journal) 2023―Apr―13 Corruption in Kenya during the Covid-19 pandemic and the right to health: Lessons learnt and future prospects Julie Lugulu
17 [GO] Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (sample journal) 2023―Apr―13 Local government revenue leakages through corruption during the Covid-19 pandemic in Africa: The case of Zimbabwe Keith Tichaona Tashu
18 [GO] Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (sample journal) 2023―Apr―13 Reaping “bumper harvests” during the Covid-19 pandemic: Interrogating the dynamics of corruption during the procurement of relief and healthcare items in Uganda Robert M Muwanguzi, Hadijah Namyalo-Ganafa
19 [GO] Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (sample journal) 2023―Apr―13 From food to cash relief: How prepared are Uganda’s anti-corruption agencies to counter corruption in Covid-19 cash transfers? Zakaria Tiberindwa
20 [GO] Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (sample journal) 2023―Apr―13 Grappling with the scourge of money laundering during the Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa Coleta Wesso, Abraham Hamman
21 [GO] Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (sample journal) 2023―Apr―13 AN ANALOGY OF GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE AND POLICE CORRUPTION IN MATTERS RELATED TO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Caroline Smart
22 [GO] Journal of Anti-Corruption Law (sample journal) 2023―Apr―13 THE PROLIFERATION OF CORRUPT ACTIVITIES IN PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEMS DURING THE GLOBAL COVID 19 PANDEMIC Bruno Meini
23 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2022―Dec―19 Institutionalisation of academic integrity: Experiences at a distance education university in South Africa during COVID-19 Ingrid Marais
24 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2022―Dec―19 Reconceptualising ‘caring’ in e-tutor-student interactions during the Covid-19 pandemic in an ODeL university in South Africa Thembeka Shange
25 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2022―Dec―19 Hybrid approaches to teaching: Re-imagining the teaching of a foundational science course during a global pandemic Daniel Parker, Jo-Anne Vorster, Lynn Quinn, Margaret Blackie
26 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2022―Jul―01 Fieldwork Dynamics in a Higher Education Setting amid the COVID-19 Pandemic Phefumula Nyoni, Olaide Agbaje
27 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2022―Jul―01 Researching students’ epistemic access under Covid-19: Epistemological and methodological challenges Michael Cross, Logan Govender
28 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2022―Jul―01 Barriers to research access during COVID-19: Interviewing students with disabilities in South African higher education Sibonokuhle Ndlovu
29 [GO] OpenPhysio Journal 2022―Jun―09 Peer review (Wenche Bjorbækmo) - Contagious precarity: A collective biographical analysis of early-career physiotherapist academics’ experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic Wenche Bjorbækmo
30 [GO] OpenPhysio Journal 2022―Jun―09 Responding to COVID-19: LUNEX University’s decisions and actions to continue physiotherapy education Kim Buchholtz, Roberto Meroni, Bettina Karsten, Fraser Carson
31 [GO] AFRICAN HUMAN MOBILITY REVIEW 2022―Apr―04 COVID-19 and its Effects on the Lives and Livelihoods of Congolese Female Asylum Seekers and Refugees in the City of Cape Town Ngwi Nnam Thecla Mulu
32 [GO] AFRICAN HUMAN MOBILITY REVIEW 2022―Apr―04 Bureaucratic Barriers to Social Protection for Refugees and Asylum Seekers during the COVID-19 Disaster in South Africa Fatima Khan, Mikhail Kolabhai
33 [GO] Journal of Entrepreneurial Innovations 2022―Feb―09 COVID-19 AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP AT VICKISPAN: CHALLENGES AND RESPONSES TO THE LOCKDOWN Lisle Svenson
34 [GO] Journal of Entrepreneurial Innovations 2022―Feb―09 COVID-19 AND SOUTH AFRICA’S SMALL, MEDIUM AND MICRO ENTERPRISES: CHALLENGES AND RECOMMENDATIONS Olawale Fatoki
35 [GO] Journal of Entrepreneurial Innovations 2022―Feb―09 “ENTREPRENEURS ARE SUPERHEROES OF SOCIETIES”: INSIGHTS ON HOW LAUNCHING AND OPERATING A PRESCHOOL DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC SNATCHED ALL MY SUPERPOWERS Marcia Lebambo
36 [GO] Journal of Entrepreneurial Innovations 2022―Feb―09 VOICES OF ENTREPRENEURS: A REVIEW OF ENTREPRENEURS’ PERCEPTIONS OF SME COVID-19 SUPPORT MEASURES IN SOUTH AFRICA Lisle Svenson
37 [GO] OpenPhysio Journal 2021―Jun―29 Contagious precarity: A collective biographical analysis of early-career physiotherapist academics’ experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic Shaun Cleaver, Sidhiprada mohapatra, Mathieu Simard
38 [GO] OpenPhysio Journal 2021―Jun―15 Peer review (Joost van Wijchen) - Contagious precarity: A collective biographical analysis of early-career physiotherapist academics’ experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic Joost van Wijchen
39 [GO] OpenPhysio Journal 2021―Jun―11 Peer review (Julie Phillips) - Responding to COVID-19: LUNEX University’s decisions and actions to continue physiotherapy education Joliana Phillips
40 [GO] OpenPhysio Journal 2021―Jun―10 Peer review (Heather Talberg) - Responding to COVID-19: LUNEX University’s decisions and actions to continue physiotherapy education Heather Talberg
41 [GO] AFRICAN JOURNAL OF GENDER AND RELIGION 2021―Mar―08 THE MIDWIFE: A NARRATIVE, FEMINIST METAPHOR FOR PASTORAL AND SELF-CARE DURING COVID-19 Nicole Dickson
42 [GO] AFRICAN JOURNAL OF GENDER AND RELIGION 2021―Mar―05 Sustaining Feminist Hope in COVID-19 Times of Despair and Anxiety Selina Palm
43 [GO] OpenPhysio Journal 2021―Jan―29 Responding to COVID-19: LUNEX University’s decisions and actions to continue physiotherapy education Kim Buchholtz, Roberto Meroni, Bettina Karsten, Fraser Carson
44 [GO] Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 2020―Dec―15 A pedagogy of care: PGCE students’ experiences of online learning during Covid-19 Jennifer Feldman
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