The Technology Enhanced Learning special interest group will be having a colloquium at NMMU on the 11th and 12th of July 2017.


The First Year Experience in Higher Education: A Good Practices Guide

FUNDANI, CPUT and SANRC are proud to announce the publication of ‘The First Year Experience in Higher Education: A Good Practices Guide’, a guide to practices that are working in selected FYE programmes in South African Higher Education Institutions. The Guide was developed with support from the DHET NCTDG Project: The improvement of teaching and [...]


HELTASA Conference 2017 update

The HELTASA 2017 conference theme provides opportunities to interrogate and respond to the current challenges to higher education well-being. It brings to the fore academic conversations on the greater purpose of higher education and the need to engender, revive and preserve the roles of higher education and for institutions, students, academics and researchers to look [...]


HELTASA Special Interest Groups

The 10 HELTASA Special Interest Groups play an important role of contributing to the advancement of the main goals of HELTASA. These groups of highly committed HELTASA researchers, scholars and practitioners act as advocates of SOTL in higher education while focusing on their specific individual themes. On an annual basis, the SIGS plan activities or [...]


Technology Enhanced Learning Event

The HELTASA TEL SIG will be hosting its first SIG Event in the form of a Colloquium: When: 11 & 12 July 2017 Where: NMMU (Port Elizabeth) Guest speakers include Karen Walser (an independent education technology consultant), Renee Marx from Chertl at Rhodes University and a paper presented by the eLearning Team at NMMU. Additionally, [...]