Monthly Archives: May 2012

Practitioners and researchers: an unnatural divide? (#fslt12)

[Image retrieved from, 28 May 2012] Organising academic conferences (such as the first Unisa ODL international conference) often bring our hidden assumptions and epistemological beliefs to the fore.  For example, choosing a theme, inviting keynote speakers and considering the ‘structure’ … Continue reading

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Effectiveness and capacity building in ODL: increasing the number of eggs we lay …(#change11)(#fslt12)

[Image retrieved from 20 May 2012] The alternative title for this week’s blog is: “Confessions of a tired battery chicken”… Organisational effectiveness is high on the numerous agendas of higher education institutions – whether reflected in our risk registers, … Continue reading

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