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Glenda Cox
Glenda Cox
Senior Lecturer, University of Cape Town
Verified email at uct.ac.za
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Investigating identity and life histories: isotopic analysis and historical documentation of slave skeletons found on the Cape Town foreshore, South Africa
G Cox, J Sealy
International Journal of Historical Archaeology 1 (3), 207-224, 1997
2201997
Evaluating the use of synchronous communication in two blended courses
G Cox, T Carr, M Hall
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 20 (3), 183-193, 2004
1732004
Weathering wikis: Net-based learning meets political science in a South African university
T Carr, A Morrison, G Cox, A Deacon
Computers and Composition 24 (3), 266-284, 2007
1122007
Stable carbon and nitrogen isotopic analyses of the underclass at the colonial Cape of Good Hope in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
G Cox, J Sealy, C Schrire, A Morris
World Archaeology 33 (1), 73-97, 2001
872001
Determining isotopic life history trajectories using bone density fractionation and stable isotope measurements: a new approach
LS Bell, G Cox, J Sealy
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2001
842001
Determining isotopic life history trajectories using bone density fractionation and stable isotope measurements: a new approach
LS Bell, G Cox, J Sealy
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2001
842001
Institutional culture and OER policy: How structure, culture, and agency mediate OER policy potential in South African universities
G Cox, H Trotter
International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning: IRRODL 17 …, 2016
792016
An OER framework, heuristic and lens: Tools for understanding lecturers' adoption of OER
G Cox, H Trotter
Open Praxis 9 (2), 151-171, 2017
502017
Factors shaping lecturers’ adoption of OER at three South African universities
G Cox, H Trotter
African Minds, International Development Research Centre & Research on Open …, 2017
452017
Explaining the relations between culture, structure and agency in lecturers' contribution and non-contribution to Open Educational Resources in a higher education institution
G Cox
University of Cape Town, 2016
302016
Defining innovation: Using soft systems methodology to approach the complexity of innovation in educational technology
G Cox
International Journal of Education and Development using ICT 6 (1), 5-13, 2010
302010
Researching resistance to open education resource contribution: An activity theory approach
G Cox
E-Learning and Digital Media 10 (2), 148-160, 2013
282013
365 Days of openness: The emergence of OER at the University of Cape Town
C Hodgkinson-Williams, M Paskevicius, G Cox, S Shaikh, L Czerniewicz, ...
Open Educational Resources: Innovation, Research and Practice, 2013
192013
Open textbooks and social justice: Open educational practices to address economic, cultural and political injustice at the University of Cape Town
G Cox, B Masuku, M Willmers
Centre for Higher Education Development, 2020
162020
Sustaining innovations in educational technology: Views of innovators at the University of Cape Town
G Cox
Curriculum, technology & transformation for an unknown future Proceedings …, 2010
132010
Cobern Street burial ground: investigating the identity and life histories of the underclass of eighteenth century Cape Town
G Cox
University of Cape Town, 1999
131999
Teaching with technology
T Carr, G Cox, A Deacon, A Morrison
Communities of practice: Creating learning environments for educators 1, 103, 2008
122008
Teaching with technology
T Carr, G Cox, A Deacon, A Morrison
Communities of practice: Creating learning environments for educators 1, 103, 2008
122008
Defining innovation: What counts in the University of Cape Town landscape?
G Cox
Hello! Where are You in the Landscape of Educational Technology? Proceedings …, 2008
112008
Open education at the University of Cape Town
L Czerniewicz, G Cox, C Hodgkinson-Williams, M Willmers
MOOCs and Open Education Around the World, 53-64, 2015
102015
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