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Publishing House: Stellenbosch University - South African Journal of Higher Education

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1 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2024―Apr―15 Reflections and experiences of mentors, tutors and writing consultants on enhancing student Learning during the COVID-19 pandemic F Ravhuhali, T.Y. Tshililo, H.F Mboweni, K.M. Muthivhi
2 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2024―Mar―15 The psychological well-being during the COVID-19 lockdown of doctoral students at a private higher education institution in South Africa: An application of Self-Determination Theory M Hoque
3 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2024―Mar―15 Key factors contributing to postgraduate students’ success: Making a case for Coronavirus-19 and beyond L Sosibo
4 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2024―Mar―15 Research and postgraduate supervision during the Coronavirus-19 pandemic: Lessons learned A Chigona, L Sosibo
5 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2023―Nov―27 Using a design-based research approach for a supplementary instruction programme: A pedagogical intervention during the COVID-19 pandemic T Mutanda, P.R Gumede, T Mayisela, D Ng'ambi
6 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2023―Nov―27 First-year Accounting students’ confidence levels during Covid-19: Evidence over a period of two years at a South African university E Papageorgiou, H Viviers, R De Villiers
7 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2023―Nov―14 Light at the end of a tunnel: An appraisal of online teaching and learning in and post COVID-19 era R Moyo
8 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2023―Sep―13 Adapt or preserve: Lecturers’ experiences of teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa and their self-directedness S. C. Mahlaba, E. Mentz
9 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2023―Sep―05 Establishing a baseline: A social realist perspective on academic advising at a South African university prior to COVID-19 D. de Klerk
10 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2023―Jan―05 Belonging, wellbeing and stress with online learning during COVID-19 S. Blignaut, G. Pheiffer, A. Visser, L. Le Grange, S. Maistry, L. Ramrathan, S. Simmonds
11 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Nov―21 Students’ perceptions towards instructor-developed screencasts as a stand-alone method of instruction on WhatsApp in an introductory statistics course during COVID-19 D. H. Delport
12 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Nov―21 Implementing remote teaching in response to the COVID-19 crisis: Enabling factors and challenges experienced by three Ghanaian teacher educators A. Z. Ngcobo, J. Enu, D. K. Nkum
13 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Nov―21 COVID-19: An alternative approach to postgraduate supervision in the digital age R. Hendrickse
14 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Nov―21 “Uncovered in the glass cages”. Rethinking neoliberal governance in the times of COVID-19: Critical performativity for performance management in higher education S. M. Seyama
15 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 COVID-19 and learners with disabilities: Towards divergent praxis in teacher preparation for equity and epistemic justice O. T. Adigun, D. R. Nzima, M. C. Maphalala, N. D. Ndwandwe
16 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 Possibilities for long-term shifts in higher education assessment praxis: Reflecting on COVID-19 as a stimulus for change L. Dison, K. Padayachee
17 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 Pedagogies of access and success among South African university students in the extended curriculum programmes amidst COVID-19 disruptions P. Nyoni
18 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 The pedagogic domain and epistemic access in South African higher education: The challenges for students with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic S. Ndlovu
19 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 Disruptions in higher education: Mitigating issues of access and success in the COVID-19 pandemic F. Maringe, O. Chiramba
20 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 A crisis like no other: Disruptions of the Covid-19 pandemic in the neoliberal African higher education era A. Ndofirepi, J. P. Hungwe
21 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on TVET students’ learning process: A case of one Polytechnic College in Harare R. Masina, A. Mawonedzo
22 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 Mediating epistemological access through asynchronous online discussion forums during the COVID-19 pandemic: Implications for re-imagining online collaborative self-directed peer engagement and learning R. Moosa
23 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 Student Experiences in Accessing Learning Higher Education During Covid-19: Case of a University in Malawi T. Banda
24 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 From pandemic disruption to post-pandemic transformation: New possibilities for teaching in South African higher education K. Brodie, A. Joffe, S. Dukhan, S. Godsell, D. de Klerk, K. Padayachee
25 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 Pandemic disruptions to access to higher education in South Africa: A dream deferred? K. Menon, S. Motala
26 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Sep―15 Postgraduate pedagogy in pandemic times: Online forums as facilitators of access to dialogic interaction and scholarly voices B. Mendelowitz, I. Fouche, Y. Reed, G. Andrews, F. Vally Essa
27 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Aug―02 COVID-19 catalysing assessment transformation: A case of the online open book examination Meeran S., Davids M. N.
28 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―Aug―02 Future-proofing imperatives for remote online teaching, learning and student support in the context of pandemic change and beyond: A case for South African higher education transformation van Staden D., Naidoo P.
29 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―May―25 University lecturers’ preparedness to use technology in teacher training of mathematics during COVID-19: The case of Ethiopia F. Machaba, T. Bedada
30 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―May―23 COVID-19 and the quality of mathematics education teaching and learning in a first-year course H. Mbhiza, D. Muthelo
31 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―May―23 "Critical statistical literacy", "Social justice statistics", and "Critical statistical consciousness" as higher education imperatives, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa A. Krishnannair, S. Krishnannair
32 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―May―23 COVID-19: Exposing unmatched historical disparities in the South African institutions of higher learning B. V. Mtshweni
33 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―May―23 University lecturers’ preparedness to use technology in teacher training of mathematics during COVID-19: The case of Ethiopia F. Machaba, T. Bedada
34 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―May―11 Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the academic life of higher education students: A rural South African perspective from a global study J. K. Alex
35 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2022―May―11 "Does anyone even notice us?" COVID-19’s impact on academics’ well-being in a developing country J. Hardman, R. Watermeyer, K. Shankar, V. Ratnadeep Suri, T. Crick, K Knight, et al. (+2)
36 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2021―Nov―02 Moving beyond the challenges and seizing the opportunities: A study of South African universities’ efforts to protect their research and innovation offerings during the COVID-19 pandemic C. Malherbe, C. Schutte
37 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2021―Nov―02 Strategies to improve historically disadvantaged university staff’s wellbeing and administration of academic programmes during COVID-19: A descriptive survey study M. Makgahlela, T. Mothiba, P. M. Mphekgwana, L. Makhado, M. Selepe, J. P. Mokwena
38 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2021―Sep―20 Converting to inclusive online flipped classrooms in response to Covid-19 lockdown A. Gerber, S. Eybers
39 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2021―Mar―26 The impact of the neoliberal technological epoch and Covid-19 on the decolonization of the university curriculum O. Koopman, K. J. Koopman
40 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2021―Mar―26 Covid-19: Undoing our "normal" to find our humanity N. Davids
41 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2020―Dec―17 Reasons why self-directed learning is important in South African during the COVID-19 pandemic S.C. Mahlaba
42 [GO] South African Journal of Higher Education 2020―Sep―27 Could the Covid-19 pandemic accelerate the uberfication of the university? L. Le Grange
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