05.11.2020

Bridging inequalities of access and quality in South African Higher Education: Prospects for Online Learning

Join the Fort Hare Autumn School Alumni Network on 16 November 2020 as Sethu Nguna (FHAS 2012 Cohort) presents her policy brief titled ‘Bridging inequalities of access and quality in South African Higher Education: Prospects for Online Learning’.

The Fort Hare Autumn School Alumni Network invites you to a web-seminar titled:Bridging inequalities of access and quality in South African Higher Education: Prospects for Online Learning.

The seminar will explore the prospect afforded by the innovation towards online learning to address the current inequalities , as experienced by previously disadvantaged institutions, to improve access and quality in the delivery of educational experiences. 

Date: 16 November 2020
Time: 11:30-12:30
Platform: Zoom
RSVP: fhasalumni(at)gmail.com for zoom link

Presenters: 

Ms Sethu Nguna (FHAS 2012 Cohort)

Ms Nguna is a commerce graduate who has worked in the higher education sector for almost ten years. She is currently an academic coordinator at the University of Zululand.

Mr Bonang Motsapi (FHAS 2018 Cohort)

Mr Motsapi is a professional science teacher who obtained his Bachelor of Education Degree (B. Ed) at the university of Fort Hare in 2019. He is currently teaching at the Alfred Nzo West District in the Eastern Cape. 

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung 
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