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2014 Conference Presentations2017-08-15T11:23:49+00:00

The conference presentations are listed by session number, consult the conference manual for the full titles and abstracts of the presentations:

Conference Manual – 10 Sep 2014

Session 1-1 – Keynote – Learning Analytics in Higher Education – Sharon Slade

Session 1-2 – Institutional Research in South African – Jan Botha

Session 2-1 – Learner Analytics in an Africa Higher Education Context – Brinders and Barnes

Session 2-2 – Learning analytics – Roz Havenga

Session 2-3 – A brave new world- Student surveillance in higher education- Prinsloo

Session 3-1 – National Benchmark Test – Luthando Mayekiso

Session 3-2 – Life history data – Wilson-Strydom

Session 4-1 – Enrolment Planning Model – David Bleazard

Session 4-2 – Strategy Implementation – Lusani Netshitomboni

Session 5-1 – Module Cancellation – Masindi Molapo

Session 5-2 – logistic regression analysis – Masemola LP and Sibanda E

Session 5-3 – Academic Risk Profile – Kebalepile Lemmens Ntshabele

Session 6-1 – HEQSF as a tool for transformation – Tamara Bezuidenhout

Session 7-1 – Keynote – Leadership for Professional Development – Stella Nkomo

Session 8-1 – Pedagogy of Seducation – A Muller

Session 8-2 – PQM presentation – Havenga Visser Tustin VanAardt

Session 8-3 – Structural and development enablers – M Bester

Session 9-2 – Evidence-based decision support – Mapolisa Archer Chetty

Session 10-1 – Student Access – Dion van Zyl

Session 10-2 – Student Attitude – Hanlie Liebenberg

Session 11-1 – Employing institutional research – Bitzer

Session 11-2 – Design of an e-assessment strategy – Henn Meintjies Van der Merwe

Session 11-3 – Faculty Quality – Roz Havenga

Session 12-1 – OER Research – Chetty Archer De Hart

Session 13-2 – The acceptance of e-learning systems – Esme Wiid

Session 13-3 – Academic Workload Model – Nnadozi

Session 14-1 – Workload Analysis – Glen Barnes

Session 14-2 – Faculty Reviews – Hester Geyser

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