Browsing by publisher "University of Cape Town"

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  • The 3 faces of Mali 

    Wain, A. (Anthony) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    A story of Mali in three (short) parts – its people and special places. This lecture was delivered by landscape architect Anthony Wain for the Friends of the South African Museum. 1.Up in Boucle du Baoulé – the end of ...

  • 4 Charakterstücke, op.3 for clarinet and piano 

    Verhey; H. H., Th. (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    Romantic literature in the same vein as Schumann's and Gade's Fantasiestücke, and perhaps in between the two in terms of difficulty, i.e. easier than Schumann (particularly his second and third movements), but more difficult ...

  • Academics' online presence guidelines: A four step guide to taking control of your visibility 

    Goodier, S. (Sarah) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    These Guidelines take academics through a four step process to improving their online presence, and taking charge of their online visibility. Step 1 - ‘Assess yourself’ reviews ways to assess existing general online presence, ...

  • Access to Knowledge in Africa: The Role of Copyright 

    Armstrong, C.; de Beer, J.; Kawooya, D.; Prabhala, A.; Schonwetter, T. (University of Cape Town, 2010)
    The emergence of the Internet and the digital world has changed the way people access, produce and share information and knowledge. Yet people in Africa face challenges in accessing scholarly publications, journals and ...

  • Advanced Microsoft Word 2007 for Thesis Writing 

    McKie, D. (Desiree); Nash, J. (Jane) (University of Cape Town, 2013-06)
    This manual can be used for independent study or as a self help manual for troubleshooting in the Microsoft Word 2007 environment. It is aimed at students preparing to write a thesis or large report.

  • Adventures in Forensic Anthropology 

    Morris, A. (Alan) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    Professor Morris of the Department of Human Biology (Faculty of Health Sciences, UCT) presented this talk for the Friends of the South African Museum at the Iziko Museum. What can human bones tell us of a person’s life, ...

  • Applied Mathematics - Dynamics 

    Dunsby, P. (Peter) (University of Cape Town, 2010)
    These resources are a selection of audio and video podcasts from a first year Dynamics class (MAM1044H) at the University of Cape Town. The lectures cover a wide range of topics: Systematic introduction to the elements ...

  • Asserting Dignity: Revolution and Love 

    Govender, P. (Pregaluxmi) (University of Cape Town, 2012)
    This lecture examines the possibility of asserting dignity in a world ruled by hate, greed and fear. Can love help us assert our ‘inherent dignity’ (Bill of Rights) in a world where the greedy are often rewarded by bailouts, ...

  • Beyond the VO2 max: The role of self-belief in elite athletic performance 

    Noakes, T. (Timothy) (University of Cape Town, 2011)
    In the past Prof. Tim Noakes was convinced that physiology could explain performance. After 38 years of studying the human body, he now believes that the mind, and the role of self-belief, are crucial factors in human ...

  • Biological monitoring of workers exposed to pesticides - Guidelines for application in field settings 

    London, L. (Leslie) (University of Cape Town, 2011)
    This guideline was produced for those persons responsible for the maintenance of health and safety measures at agricultural workplaces handling potentially hazardous organophosphate and carbarnate chemicals. It is primarily ...

  • Bird Ringing 

    Neary, T. (Tim); Oschadleus, D. (Dieter) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    Dieter Oschadleus discusses bird ringing in South Africa, from its beginning in 1948, to the tools and techniques used (mist nets, aluminium or stainless steel rings), to the ethical considerations involved in ringing and ...

  • The birth of modern astronomy 

    Wolfe, D. (David) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    The motion of objects in the sky has always been of importance to humanity. This course will trace the antecedents of modern astronomy from the creation of early calendars to the achievements of astronomer Johannes Kepler. ...

  • Blood Culture Procedure 

    Not available (University of Cape Town, 2012-05)
    This video was created for medical students at the University of Cape Town, to demonstrate how to appropriately do a Blood Culture procedure and limit the number of samples being compromised. Emphasis is placed on sterile ...

  • The Book of All books 

    Reisenberger, A. T. ( Azila Talit) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    This lecture series will begin by examining the composition of the Bible and canonisation decisions related to the inclusion or exclusion of books, such as the Apocrypha. It will also draw attention to differences between ...

  • Building a global teaching profile: OER at UCT 

    Paskevicius, M. (Michael); Willmers, M. (Michelle); Hodgkinson-Williams, C. (Cheryl) (University of Cape Town, 2013-06)
    This slideshare slidecast includes slides and audio syncronized which can be used in part or fully to help academics understand the terrain of OER.

  • Butterfly Photography 

    Bode, J. (Justin); Neary, T. (Tim) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    Justin Bode discusses butterfly photography, including the differences between forest and bushveld butterflies and a rare sighting of the Golden Flash butterfly. Citizen scientists have been instrumental in developing ...

  • Calculus Notes 

    Shock, J. (Jonathan) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    These notes are part of a first year Mathematics course offered by the Science Faculty. They cover a wide range of topics spanning from Integration to the Binomial theorem & Vectors. The notes include graphs & simulated ...

  • Celebrating the Kirstenbosch centenary 

    Huntley, B. J. (Brian J.) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    LECTURE TITLES 1. The Kirstenbosch story: the ‘Kew of South Africa’ (Prof Brian Huntley) 2. The flora of South Africa: our rich and beautiful natural heritage (Dr John Manning) 3. Cycads: plants that lived with the ...

  • Chemical Industries Resource Pack 

    Toerien, R. (Rene) (University of Cape Town, 2011-09)
    The Chemical Industries resource pack is a set of curriculum aligned resources for physical science teachers. It covers the petrochemical, fertiliser, chlor-alkali and battery industries and their links to electrochemistry, ...

  • China in Africa 

    Anthony, R. (Ross) (University of Cape Town, 2014-03)
    China has a clear programme for what it wants to achieve from its relationship with Africa, but Africa’s structural disadvantage – it consists of 54 states, of which 50 have diplomatic relations with Beijing – means it ...