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Online Exams     Kamagezi
prepublication    ISBN N/A        English    Year Published 2021   |  Bookmark
As universities move to distance learning, there are doubts about whether online exams can be  conducted securely and with integrity. Doubts abound and are fueled by the basic logic that if students  can cheat in the presence of invigilators in face‐to‐face exams, how about online when no one is  watching? Truth is, when the right online assessment software is used, both software and remote  invigilators are watching. And they are watching with eagle eyes and can see much more detail than an  invigilator in a face‐to‐face environment can because of&
Purchase - USD24.95    ISBN 978-1-55238-212-7 (Paperback)        English    Year Published 2007   |  Bookmark
It has been said that education in post-colonial Africa is in a state of crisis. Policies and practices from Eurocentric colonial regimes have carried over, intertwining with challenges inherent... It has been said that education in post-colonial Africa is in a state of crisis. Policies and practices from Eurocentric colonial regimes have carried over, intertwining with challenges inherent in the new political and economic climate. Leaders have done little to remedy the malfunctioning education system, and even where attempts have been made, they have overwhelmingly been shaped by commercial and capitalist interests. In New Directions in African Education, Nombuso Dlamini has gathered essays from continental African scholars who, before pursuing graduate studies in North America, had first-hand experience with the education system in post-colonial Africa. Their cross-cultural perspective has provided a unique opportunity to critically examine education in the African context and to