Bootcamp Sessions

 

The Division for Academic Planning, Quality Promotion, and Academic Staff Development invites you to Mini Academic Bootcamp comprising a series of sessions to be presented in the first semester of the 2022 academic year. The sessions will take place as outlined below.

Dates and Presenters:

  • Session 1: 19 January 2022 from 09:00-11:00; Ready-Steady-Go 2022 Academic Year – Dr. Renjini Joseph and Dr. Tebogo Makhubela
  • Session 2: 27 January from 09:00-11:00; Revving up students – Prof Wai Sze (Grace) Leung and Prof Boitumelo Diale
  • Session 3: 02 February 2022; Playing with Technology for assessment – Ms. Suzaan Hughes
  • Session 4: 09 February from 09:00-11:00; Coming together in cyberspace: Engaging students – Prof Thembisa Waetjen
  • Session 5: 16 February 2022 from 09:00-11:00; Blackboard Reboot – Prof Habib Noorbhai

 

RSVP: dapqpasd@uj.ac.za

 

January 27, 2022

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Bootcamp Sessions

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