Monthly Archives: October 2015

Making sense of access: Access to what? At what cost? For whom?


The last two weeks have been momentous in the context of thinking about access to (higher) education, the cost of access and who benefits the most from having access. On 14 October 2015┬áTressie McMillan Cottom delivered the first keynote at … Continue reading

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Designing hope: Some ramblings and personal reflections on ICDE2015


I write this blog not firstly as Scientific Chair of the recent ICDE2015 that was hosted by University of South Africa (Unisa), but as a participant observer, a player, a small node in the broader contexts of weak and strong … Continue reading

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