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2020 24 Feb 14:00 03 Apr 16:00

Teaching, Learning and Assessment short course

The Education Development Unit (EDU) in the Department of Health Sciences Education (Faculty of Health Sciences) at UCT, invite you to attend a short course on Teaching, Learning and Assessment. The course is offered at no cost to educators responsible for teaching health sciences students at UCT. The course aims to prepare educators of health sciences students to facilitate learning, through developing their knowledge base of educational principles as well as supporting the integration of the concepts learned.

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2020 11 Mar 18:00 20:00

Gilbert and Sullivan by Elizabeth Handley 11 March 2020

This presentation of light-hearted musical entertainment was prepared at the request of the President of the British and Commonwealth Association in Stockholm. W.S Gilbert – librettist – and Sir Arthur Sullivan – composer – were brought together by the visionary producer Richard D’Oyly Carte. He built the Savoy Theatre in which to stage their works in Victorian London in 1881. Together, between 1871 and 1896, they created around fourteen operettas, of which The Pirates of Penzance, HMS Pinafore and The Mikado are the best known.

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2020 23 Mar 09:00 27 Mar 11:00

Discreet Choice Modelling and Stated Choice Survey Design

This one-week course, run at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, will present a brief but systematic overview of choice modelling and survey design theory and practice. Taught by Professor Stephane Hess from the Choice Modelling Centre (CMC) at the University of Leeds and experts at the University of Cape Town, the course will consist of a mixture of lectures, computer practicals, and detailed case studies from within Africa and beyond.

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The Office for Inclusivity and Change Disability Service Offices and Lab will be temporarily closed from Monday, 24 February to...
2020 First Semester – isiXhosa Communication Skills Course Levels: Beginners and Intermediate
The Steve Biko Building has been temporarily closed for renovations since 1 July 2019 and will remain closed until 31 March 2020...
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