CRITIQUING THE NOTION OF EPISTEMIC JUSTICE IN AFRICAN HIGHER EDUCATION
We have an epistemic responsibility to act on what we know, to influence what we do and to consciously and collectively reshape and reconstruct higher education as socially inclusive and socially just for all. See Dr. Kasturi Behari-Leak's Keynote...
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.
‘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.
Delivering the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) 20th Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is certainly cause for celebration. In just four years, the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teachingʼs (CILT) previous 19 free online courses, covering topics ranging from social innovation to fintech, climate change and clinical research, have reached over 250 000 self-motivated students.