Gender-Based Violence
Gender-Based Violence
Gender based violence is everyone’s problem. CILT stands against all forms of gender based violence.
Racism is simply unacceptable in all forms. CILT is committed to eliminating racism.
CILT expresses solidarity with students and staff from other African countries and beyond who experience xenophobia in our university and in our country.
Leaders urged to work towards digital knowledge parity
Speaking at the 13th International Conference and Exhibition on ICT for Education, Training and Skills Development in Kigali, Czerniewicz said African governments should rethink online power dynamics.
Rethinking university rankings
Associate Professor Suellen Shay says we need to talk about quality (and inequality) of teaching. Originally published in The Conversation.
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Saturday, 21 September 2019
OEC Leadership Awards

The Open Education Awards for Excellence provide annual recognition to outstanding contributions in the Open Education community, recognizing exemplary leaders, distinctive Open Educational Resources, and Open Projects & Initiatives.  Join us in congratulating the following 2019 Open Education Awards for Excellence recipients.

Publication Date:
Tue, 03 Sep 2019 - 13:00
High praise for UCT’s open online courses

The University of Cape Town (UCT) has been recognised with five massive open online courses (MOOCs) on the Class Central list of the Top Free Online Courses of All Time, which is based on tens of thousands of user reviews. Read more...

Publication Date:
Tue, 03 Sep 2019 - 08:30
Cases of Open Learning (COOL) Project - Call for Junior Research Fellows

The Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT) seeks to appoint eight Junior Research Fellows on a 12 month, paid-on-claim contract, at R208 per hour to a maximum of R324 500, to work on the Cases of Open Learning (COOL) project effective from 16 Sept 2019 (or as soon as possible thereafter). This work will mostly be undertaken remotely by South African researchers, but will include a few site visits.

For more information, please view the job description here: COOL project - Junior research fellows advertisment

Publication Date:
Tue, 27 Aug 2019 - 09:45
Critical social issues part of mainstream curriculum

‘Social Infrastructures: engaging with community for change’ (SI) - has been developed via a partnership between EBE and CHED and has its roots in UCT’s Global Citizenship programme (GC) (see www.globalcitizen.uct.ac.za). The course counts as an 18-credit Humanities Complementary Studies Elective for EBE degrees.

Publication Date:
Mon, 19 Aug 2019 - 09:45