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Belgians hunt books, instead of Pokémon

The book-hunting online game is based on the same principle as Pok'emon Go.

The book-hunting online game is based on the same principle as Pokémon Go.

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Sakai 11 and the NGDLE

The biggest shortcoming of the traditional Learning Management System (LMS) or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) is that, although it remains effective in handling the administrative management of a course, it does not always facilitate learning effectively as new course models and pedagogical approaches are developed by educational institutions. This need for a new generation of learning tools has resulted in the definition of the concept of a New Generation Digital Learning Environment (NGDLE).

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Vibrant Community Projects hosts career day in Lanseria

Students gathered at the Vibrant Community career expo.

Students gathered at the Vibrant Community career expo.

Non-profit organisation Vibrant Community Projects, in partnership with Potters Hand Activations, is holding a three-day career expo to expose students to potential careers and tertiary opportunities.

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DVT looks to double Global Test Centre capacity

Jacques Fouche, MD of DVT (Cape)

Jacques Fouche, MD of DVT (Cape)

Software and solutions specialist company DVT is looking to double the capacity of its Global Test Centre (GTC) in Cape Town, with a significant increase in the intake of trainee testers and developers over the next 18 months to two years.

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Virtual learning boost for Ekurhuleni school

The virtual system enables learners to ask questions and interact with tutors in real-time.

The virtual system enables learners to ask questions and interact with tutors in real-time.

Tutors from Stellenbosch University will provide maths and science tutorials and revision lessons via a virtual classroom to learners at a high school in Ekurhuleni.

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In-Depth

Work in progress

Many companies are offering internship programmes to learners and IT graduates in order to get them trained and employable. Read more...

The softer side of ICT

Mosima Selekisho, director at Talent AfricaIT professionals need to keep on learning and developing their skills, and soft skills are as much a part of this as the technical ones.

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Wanted: Cyber security expertise

Craig Rosewarne, MD of Wolfpack Information RiskThe shortage of highly sophisticated cyber security skills is hampering SA’s ability to put measures in place to prevent and mitigate advanced threats.

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Architecture is hot

If you want your business to thrive in the digital economy, you need to hire enterprise architects.

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