[Issue 98] Media Monitoring: Extract of Press News on Higher Education in Africa


Times Higher EducationThe push for open access is making science less inclusive (Global)Researchers in developing countries could be frozen out by high article charges unless wider publishing reform is undertaken, say four Brazilian researchers. It is hard to argue against the view that research developed predominantly through public funding should be openly accessible to everyone.... Continue Reading →

[Issue 97] Media Monitoring: Extract of Press News on Higher Education in Africa


Daily MonitorMakerere unveils locally-made diesel engine (Uganda)Makerere University’s College of Engineering, Art and Technology (CEDAT) in partnership with Kevoton Motion Engineering Limited (KMEL) yesterday unveiled a novel diesel engine. The technological breakthrough is the latest from the university’s centre of excellence in Material Science and Nanotechnology. The centre and Kevoton have also developed an artisan... Continue Reading →

[Issue 96] Media Monitoring: Extract of Press News on Higher Education in Africa


Times Higher Education New modes of practicum – synergising online and offline teaching modes (Global)Teaching the practical application of a subject – or practicums – sits at the core of many courses. Among our trainee childhood educators, it is possibly the most highly anticipated learning experience. Practicums offer students hands-on experience in their respective disciplines,... Continue Reading →

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