Students are ‘notorious’ for cheating during online assessments

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 About 7% of 119 academics said they had not been provided with desktop computers, laptops, smartphones or tablets to use during remote teaching. Photo: iStock
About 7% of 119 academics said they had not been provided with desktop computers, laptops, smartphones or tablets to use during remote teaching. Photo: iStock

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Load shedding has been one of the biggest contributors to the failure by academic staff to provide teaching and learning remotely.

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