Literature shows that students who feel that they belong are more likely to succeed. Read more about this learning.
The Faculty of Health Sciences has set up a walk-in centre, to assist staff, third party users, students (undergraduate & postgraduate) with ICT-related issues.
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During these troubling times, we welcome good news from our team in the DHSE. Below, Dr Veronica Mitchell who supports Greg Doyle in the E-Learning department (and also works as a facilitator in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology) shares news about her recent publication and forthcoming Swiss residency opportunity.
Due to the COVID-19 viral epidemic, the computer lab has had to institute a new procedure for students entering and using the facility.
An update to the remote teaching resources list has been published. View the list here.
COVID-19: UCT-Africa Virtual ENT transcends academic silos through videoconferencing academic meetings and ward rounds.
Douglas Sias gives his view on the role of digital literacy in a post-lockdown environment, and what it means for current and future students.
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As many of you may be aware, today the Minister of Health announced that 34 more cases of COVID-19 had been identified and 88 of those cases has been confirmed as being in the Western Cape. The UCT leadership has established the UCT business continuity management coordinating committee – the COVID-19 Coordinating Committee (CCC) – which is responsible for responding to the outbreak.
The Covid-19 crisis has now reached a new critical phase where public health systems need to act decisively to contain the growth in new epicentres outside China. Find out how to continue teaching while the pandemic crisis is happening.