Digital Dialogue Series Invitation: How do we navigate the AI hype together?
The HELTASA Digital Learning and Teaching Project Team will be hosting the first digital dialogue in 2023 on Wednesday 15 March 12:00 – 13:30. We invite you to participate in an informal, facilitated cross-institutional dialogue where we explore how to navigate the AI/Chat GPT hype together as a community of practice.
Book Launch: Critical Reflections on Professional Learning during Covid-19: Context, Practice and Change
The first HELTASA book was launched by the Professional Learning Project Team. This book is a collection of written reflections on South African academics’ professional learning during Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT) and how they navigated the rethinking and adaptation of teaching, learning and assessment.
Key Takeaways: Digital Assessment Opportunities and Challenges
The HELTASA Digital Teaching and Learning Team hosted their third and final Digital Dialogue for 2022 on 28 September entitled “How does a digital world pose opportunities and challenges around assessment and academic integrity?”. Read the key takeaways from the first and second Digital Dialogues.
[Webinar] The infusion of SDGs in Science and Engineering
HELTASA warmly invites you to the next live webinar by the PUAT project. UKZN is actively participating with all four colleges: Humanities, Agriculture, Engineering & Science, Health Sciences, and Law and Management Studies, as a partner of the project in Multiple Disciplines to Address SDGs.
PhD in Higher Education Studies at Rhodes University – applications now open for 2023
The Centre for Higher Education Research, Teaching and Learning (CHERTL) at Rhodes University in South Africa is looking for strong candidates to apply to our Higher Education Studies Doctoral Programme for the 2023 intake.
Key Takeaways – Reimagining change with emergent strategies
HELTASA’s Digital Teaching and Learning Project Team facilitated two Digital Dialogues in 2022. The first Digital Dialogue in May was prompted by the question “What’s happening digitally at your institution now?”, the focus for the second was on digital inequalities and emergent strategies in higher education. This involved a facilitated emergent strategies process, drawing on participants’ collective agency to share incremental steps towards change and thereby, reshaping our relationships with change.