Content already developed, eg information such as bibliographic referencing tools, how to use the library as a M and D student, using ILL, how to set up alerts, plagiarism, research skills presentation, etc.
Students with dyslexia can request the ClassMate Audio Book Reader, a device designed to improve reading skills, dev eloping and understanding vocabulary, while promoting phonetic recognition and fluency.
2. Resources and wikis on myUnisa using the “Collaboration and Learning Environment” (CLE).
3. Web 2.0 technologies, such as wikis and blogs, for facilitating access to resources and the sharing of discussions on specific subjects taught and researched at the Graduate School of Business Leadership.
This provides access to more general content relevant to the overall programme such as:
Guidelines on the ethical use of information and referencing
Links to eJournals (mainly full text)
Links to online resources relevant to the overall programme
Self-paced tutorials on using libraries and information resources
SBL eds – links to relevant library information, guidelines and tutorials relevant to the SBL’s MBL / MBA Programme Each of these contain further content Allows for answering queries or participating in discussions
Opened link to further content User clicks here to ask a question or start a discussion
Links to relevant information at module level within the programme
The screen-capture which follows contains links to fulltext information resources specific to the subject “Corporate Governance”. Links to online resources include:
Online subject encyclopedias and eBooks
Predetermined searches on themes (here the student needs to evaluate the search results and select those articles relevant to his/her need)
Subject specific eJournals
Links to completed research via the various institutional repositories
Links to subject specific RSS feeds other supplementary Web 2.0 applications such as wikis or blogs