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Title: Towards contextual alignment of an undergraduate ICT curriculum for universities of technology in South Africa.
Authors: Lakay, Denise 
Alexander, Bennett 
Keywords: Curriculum alignment;Curriculum development;Universities of Technology;Undergraduate ICT curriculum
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Proceedings of Design, Development & Research Conference- CPUT
Abstract: This study will explore curriculum alignment “as a major design element” (Squire, 2009) towards delivering a new and relevant undergraduate ICT curriculum for Universities of Technology (UoTs) in South Africa. The potential role of the UoT as a technology leader and human resource provider within the broader South African socio-political-economic landscape will be interrogated. The landscape for Higher Education is qualified mainly with respect to the newly proclaimed National Development Plan (2011), the Green Paper for Post-School Education and Training (2012) and Roy du Pre’s (2009) seminal work on the role of UoTs within the South African landscape.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11189/5323
ISBN: 978-0-620-52128-4
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