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Teaching mixed‐mode: a case study in remote delivery of computer science in Africa
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In February 2003, RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, commenced delivery of a Computer Science diploma and degree programme using mixed mode delivery to 250 university students in sub‐Saharan Africa, through a World Bank funded project designed for the African Virtual University. Expand
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Extending the academic comfort zone : Smooth transition from content rich linear courseware to problem based learning online
This paper deals with the problem of what to do with legacy online courseware. The study reported demonstrates how old, content rich, linear online courseware may be restructured into a topic basedExpand
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An evaluation of IT courses delivered via a range of mixed modes
We report an evaluation study of staff and students in tertiary IT courses delivered via a range of mixed modes. The range covers 100% online, 100% face to face (F2F) onshore and offshore, and bothExpand
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Investigating ethical crimes
To improve final year information technology (IT) undergraduate students’ ability to analyse ethical issues, we devised a five-step procedure, based on a standard investigative procedure used atExpand