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  • Social studies as pedagogy for effective citizenship 

    Adeyemi, Michael B. (Centre for Continuing Education, University of Botswana, http//www.ub.bw, 2010-10-20)
    One of the aims of an inaugural lecture is to give an academic an opportunity to share his/her scholarly activities with the academic community. My teaching and research career spans many decades at several institutions ...
  • The quest 

    Melamu, Moteane John (Centre for Continuing Education, University of Botswana, http://www.ub.bw, 2011-04-13)
    The lecture charts the development of the speaker as a student and teacher of English Literature. This development is conceived in terms of a metaphorical ‘journey’, beginning from early childhood, with all the difficulties ...
  • South Africa's foreign policy: national interest versus national identity 

    Mahant, Edelgard; Costa, Sara (Centre for Continuing Education, University of Botswana, http//www.ub.bw, 2012-03-21)
    When Nelson Mandela became President of South Africa, he announced that human rights would become the light which would guide South Africa’s foreign policy but, when he tried to implement such a policy, the newly democratic ...
  • South Africa's foreign policy: national interest versus national identity 

    Mahant, Edelgard; Costa, Sara (Centre for Continuing Education, University of Botswana, http://www.ub.bw, 2012-03-21)
    When Nelson Mandela became President of South Africa, he announced that human rights would become the light which would guide South Africa’s foreign policy but, when he tried to implement such a policy, the newly democratic ...
  • Adult education: the alpha (α) and omega (Ω) of all education, an inaugural lecture delivered on 31 August 2012 

    Biao, Idowu (Centre for Continuing Education, University of Botswana, http://www.ub.bw, 2013-07)
    Adult Education is the first education that mankind ever benefitted from. It is equally the last education in the life of every human being. In this sense, it is the beginning and end of all education not merely because ...
  • Adult education: the alpha (α) and omega (Ω) of all education 

    Biao, Idowu (Centre for Continuing Education, University of Botswana, http//www.ub.bw, 2013-07)
    Adult Education is the first education that mankind ever benefited from. It is equally the last education in the life of every human being. In this sense, it is the beginning and end of all education not merely because of ...
  • Whither sustainability in a changing? with considerations on the future growth of Botswana 

    Ringrose, Susan (2014-12-03)
    This presentation considers aspects of global sustainability initially in a geological context in order to provide a long-term perspective on global warming and to try and help define what is meant by ‘the natural environment’. ...
  • The Quest 

    Melamu, Moteane J (2014-12-03)
    The lecture charts the development of the speaker as a student and teacher of English Literature. This development is conceived in terms of a metaphorical ‘journey’, beginning from early childhood, with all the difficulties ...