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Title: Perceptions and practices of curriculum development at universities of technology (previously known as technikons) : DUT case study
Authors: Mkhize, D.E. 
Keywords: Perceptions;Practices;Curriculum development;Universities of technology
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: UNISA Press
Source: Mkhize, D.E. 2016. Perceptions and practices of curriculum development at universities of technology (previously known as technikons) : DUT case study. South African Journal of Higher Education. 28(5): 1541–1553.
Abstract: This study was undertaken in an attempt to arrive at an appropriate perspective on how both academic staff and students at universities perceive curriculum development. It is of vital significance that students and academic staff have a common understanding of what should be contained in the curriculum since the two parties (academic staff and students) are co-partners in education. Amongst others, the study aimed to investigate ways of developing and aligning the existing curriculum to global needs.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10321/2354
ISSN: 1011-3487
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