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Without growing sources of new retrievable academic and practical knowledge, society will become poorer. This paper asks: what future model is suitable for retrieval from the digital library? What kind of Information Retrieval (IR) education does research and teaching in Higher Education demand? The scholarly publishing process in higher education...
Since the introduction of Internet in education, it is reasonable to believe that there will be an increasing use of electronic submission of both exams and assignments. The Internet, with its vast and growing access to digital material of interest to students, provides opportunities for unauthorised use of digital material. It cannot be expected t...
The Internet has opened and introduced numerous possibilities of easy access to material worldwide. This is old news to most students. However, such easy access to information and its extensive use can sometimes produce various kinds of accusations of plagiarism. Some students are simply not aware of the Copyright Act and that it is not legal to us...
This project will make a world-class syllabus for a refresher Continuing Professional Development course on research. The course is intended to be followed in particular by practising researchers. However, the course will be generic. That is, it will be of benefit to all busy professionals.