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The adoption of E-Learning as a remote teaching and learning methodology in the tertiary institutions during covid-19
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Dear Colleagues,

My name is Siphamandla Handsome Nyathikazi, A fulltime staff member at the University of KwaZulu Natal in  Information & Communication Services (ICS) Department.

I am a student at Durban University of Technology (DUT) doing research for my degree in Master of Information and Communications Technology and I would like to invite you to participate in the research as explained above. My Supervisor is Dr S. Parbanath, and the title of my research study is: The adoption of E-Learning as a remote teaching and learning methodology in the tertiary institutions during covid-19: A case study of the University of KwaZulu Natal.

The study will be based at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, and its focus will be investigating whether the academics (Lecturers) were ready for the adoption of E-Learning as a remote teaching and learning methodology in the University of KwaZulu Natal during covid-19.

The survey is accessible online, on this link please click HERE  to complete the survey, and only Professors/Associate Professors, Senior & Junior Lecturers are requested to participate in this survey. The survey is completely anonymous and confidential. The data collected will be used only for the purpose of the research.

Attached is the letter of information and the consent letter.

Your participation will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

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EthicsApprovalLetterFinal_Nyathikazi_20009597.pdf GateKeepers Letter of Mr SH Nyathikazi.pdf Information Letter & Consent Form.doc
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Category Research
Posted Tuesday, October 05, 2021
By Siphamandla Handsome Nyathikazi
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