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The DRUSSA short course learning resource Print
Monday, 10 August 2015 10:28

The DRUSSA Short course learning resource was developed for DRUSSA Universities in support of their Research Uptake capacity strengthening initiatives.

 

This document provides a consolidated record of resources that have been developed through the DRUSSA programme and have been deposited and categorised for easy access.  

This document provides a consolidated record of where resources that have been developed through the DRUSSA programme have been deposited and categorised for easy access

The primary repository is located on the DRUSSA.net site, which is an open access site, containing open access materials, which are correctly attributed.  However there are documents that have been referenced and utilised in the programme that are copyright, in which case the reference is given, but access to the documents is determined by the copyright owner.

The document is intended as a resource for University leadership and students of knowledge utilisation to strengthen theoretical knowledge and insight and how that relates to practical and implementation insight.

The document is intended as a resource for University leadership and students of knowledge utilisation to strengthen theoretical knowledge and insight and how that relates to practical and implementation insight.

It is expected that a range of audiences and users may benefit from having access to the resources referred to in this document. We believe that the Short Course Learning Resource references a small  selection of  documents that are relevant to scholars and practitioners interested in the DRUSSA programme experience.


Dr Sara Grobbelaar is a senior researcher at the Centre for Research on Evaluation, Science and Technology (CREST) at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

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