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    Carpentry connect Johannesburg
    (Tshwane University of Technology, 2018-09-03) Luvhimbi, Jeffrey
    DHET made funds available under the Rural Campuses Connection Project (RCCPII) for capacity development initiatives related to Internet usage at universities in South Africa. RCCPII and the South African Centre for Digital Language Resources (SADiLaR) are collaborating to bring capacity development opportunities to universities by focusing on Digital and Computational literacy.
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    Transformative Agreement
    (Tshwane University of Technology, 2024-06-19) Maake, Moneri Lawrence
    Transformative agreement is a contract negotiated between institutions (libraries, national and regional consortia) and publishers that aims to transform the journal publishing model from subscription-based to open access. This is pay to both read and publish open access as compared to subscription-based which is pay to read only.
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    Blowing up university knowledge and distribution system: A case of institutional Repository
    (Tshwane University of Technology, 2020-01-06) Maake, Moneri Lawrence
    Institutional repositories are increasingly gaining significance in academic and research institutions as a means of knowledge production, knowledge distributing systems and expanding the visibility and impact of research. Open access institutional repositories as knowledge sharing systems have played a pivotal role in South African institutions of higher learning and research institutions over the past several years. Institutional repositories are digital depositories of web based scholarly cyber documents owned by institutions. Globally, institutional repositories have become starting points of services offered in institutions of higher learning particularly in scholarly communication. Globally, a number of institutions are adopting institutional repositories to manage their cyber resources, allowing long term accessibility and visibility in order to cater for transitional needs of the present scholarly communication.
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    Internationalisation at Tshwane University of Technology
    (Tshwane University of Technology, 2015-05-11) Maake, Moneri Lawrence
    TUT International Office was established on 01 January 2004. Responsibility – Office of the Registrar OR has as its core business to facilitate and promote all facets of internationalization at TUT. OR aims to engage with reputable institutions and organisations of international standing and whose bona fides have been clearly established. OR seeks to increase TUT international profile and provide opportunities for academic networking