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Evaluating Unisa course material using a Course Evaluation Instrument (CEI)

Show simple item record Le Roux, André I. Le Roux, Christiaan Roedolf 2011-11-29T11:00:07Z 2011-11-29T11:00:07Z 2004
dc.identifier.citation André le Roux, Chris le Roux, (2004) "Evaluating Unisa course material using a Course Evaluation Instrument (CEI)", Progressio, Vol. 26 (1), pp. 8-22 en
dc.identifier.issn 02568853
dc.description.abstract At the University of South Africa (Unisa), the term "review" refers to an evaluation of course material (study guide, tutorial letter, prescribed books, etc) done by a Learning Developer from the Bureau for Learning Development (BLD). Subheadings in reviews are indicated by means of clear headings that divide the writing into sections. The person writing the review has to constantly bear in mind the topic under discussion. The logical development of ideas from one section to another, and within each section, is important. Learning Developers are encouraged to cite relevant evidence, and to be objective and specific. In a Unisa review, the evaluation of a module/course (using the tuition policy and the BLD evaluation instrument) is followed by a summary and the conclusions. The conclusions should be based on facts. Conclusions should be convincing, and any recommendations put forward should be clearly substantiated. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Unisa Press en
dc.subject Learning Developer en
dc.subject Course material en
dc.subject Review en
dc.title Evaluating Unisa course material using a Course Evaluation Instrument (CEI) en
dc.type Article en

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