Presentations 2018
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The collection of presentations from the conference are listed below:

2.1 Calderon A – Insittutional Research at a crossroads the impact of technology and global forces on the profession
3.1 Archer A – The Institutional Needs Hierarchy – A heuristic for information needs prioritisation – E Archer
3.2 Fynn A – The interface between learning analytics, IR and pedagogy in designing effective interventions
3.3 Prinsloo P and Nthebolang – Higher Education research – responding to hisher masters voice
3.4 Vandeyar S – Why Decolonising the South African University curriculum will fail
3.5 Hwami R and Botha J – Historical and theoretical perspectives on higher education research institutional research and the uptake, use and impact of research
3.6 Young K – Psychological Grit So, does it hold promise for South African ODL institutions
3.7 Plaatjes R and Mapaling C – “You can’t solve a problem until you ask the right question” All-inclusive ownership is therefore key!
3.8 Mutakwa D and Prince R – How might diagnostic assessments be used to support teaching and learning in higher education
3.9 Daweti B – INSTITUTIONAL RESOURCES THAT PROMOTE SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING AT A UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY IN DURBAN
3.10 Govender R and Bala S – Understanding and Supporting First Year students
4.1 Rawatlal R – A collaborative framework for datasculpting student information and predicting success
4.2 Sutherland M – Responding to the lack of student voice and participation in the quality assurance (QA) process at Stellenbosch University (SU)
4.3 Davis J – Democratizing the learning space
4.4 Visser H and Moyo T – Research uptake at a South African comprehensive university
4.5 Pretorius I and Vongo M – A New Approach to the Quality Review Process
7.1 Calderon A – University Ranking Systems
7.2 Visser H and Moyo T – Research uptake in support of national higher education policies and programmes
7.3 Prozesky H and Miltwa A – A systematic review of research on women staff at higher education institutions in South Africa, 2006–2018
7.4 Subbaye R and van Koller J -‘DIFFERENTIATING’ THE SIZE AND SHAPE OF UNIVERSITIES OF TECHNOLOGY IN SOUTH AFRICA
7.5 Nnadozie R – A funding contribution analysis of Research and instruction Staff at Public Universities in South Africa based on Institutional Type
7.6 Mamvura I – Leveraging Unstructured Data in Higher Education
7.7 Lepota N – Investigating the relationship between NSC results and academic success in University first year
7.8 Ntshabele B and Mdluli F – Student throughput analysis using What if from a Bayesian Model UP and WITS Case Study
7.9 Meintjies A – Towards an institutional strategy for the use of technology in teaching and learning
8 Butcher N – Public Universities and the Quest for Relevance in the Face of Digital Disruption
9.1 Lemmens JC and Nthsabele B – Intentionality on student success and its interventions the case of the uptake at two higher education institutions
9.2 Strydom F and Loots S – The role of institutional researchers as change agents in designing universities for student success
9.3 Mapatagane N and Muller N – A PERFECT STORM STUDENT DISRUPTIONS IN SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES
10.1 Archer E and Booi E – Who is afraid of the GDPR
10.2 Botha J and Prozesky H and Redelinghuys H – A bibliometric study of Higher Education Research (HER) and Institutional Research in Higher Education (IR) in South Africa
10.3 Parker K – First-year students’ expectations about tertiary education What does the Beginning University Survey of Student Engagement at DUT say