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					                            SANORD Conference 2009:
                  Inclusion and Exclusion in Higher Education
                      Rhodes University, 7 to 9 December 2009

     Pre-Conference Programme (by invitation only) Sunday 6 December 2009
14.00–19.00       Event for SANORD representatives arranged by Rhodes University

              CONFERENCE PROGRAMME – Monday 7 December 2009

09.00(on-going)     Participants arrive at venue - Registration
09.00–10.30         SANORD Board Meeting             SANORD Theme Group meetings
11.00–12.30         Improving multilateral           (continue as desired by groups)
                    networking: staff of
                    international offices and others
                    interested
12.30–13.30         Lunch
13.30–15.30         Meeting with donors in higher education
15.30–16.00         Tea and Refreshments
16.30–17.30         Meeting with donors in higher education
17.30–18.30         Cocktail Reception
18.30–20.00         Opening of the Conference and Plenary session
                               Tuesday 8 December 2009
09.00–10.30         Plenary Session
10.45–12.15         1st Parallel Panel Sessions
12.30–13.30         Lunch
13.30–15.00         2nd Parallel Panel Sessions
15.00–15.30         Tea and Refreshments
15.30–17.00         SANORD Council Meeting:            SANORD Theme Group
                    Representatives of member          meetings (continue as desired by
                    institutions (others welcome as    groups)
                    observers)
19.00               Gala Dinner – Rhodes University Campus
                              Wednesday 9 December 2009
09.00–10.30         Plenary Session
10.30–11.00         Tea and Refreshments
11.00–12.30         3rd Parallel Panel Sessions
12.30–13.30         Lunch
13.30–15.00         4th Parallel Panel Sessions
15.00–15.30         Tea and Refreshments
15.30–17.15         5th Parallel Panel Sessions
17.30–18.15         Plenary and closure
18.30               Light farewell meal
DETAILED PROGRAMME
                                                               Monday 7 December 2009

09.00 –10.30    SANORD Board meeting
10.30–11.00                                                              TEA and REFRESHMENTS
                Pre-conference sessions
11.00 –12.30                                                     Session 1: Improving Multilateral Networking
                Chairperson: Arne Carlsen, Aarhus University

                Bjørn Erik Andersen; University of Bergen
                       Erasmus Mundus External Window – new opportunities for networking
                Merle McOmbring-Hodges, Cape Peninsula University of Technology
                       The experience of CPUT
                David Korpela, University of Jyväskylä
                       Good practice in international networking at Jyväskylä
                Daniel Chihombori, University of Zimbabwe.
                       Title (tbc)

                General discussion, summing up
12.30–13.30                                                                       LUNCH
13.30 – 15.30                                           Session 2 Part 1: Europe-Africa Networking/Brokerage Event

                Donors in Higher Education: FP7 ICT
                      Intro to CAAST-Net/FP7
                      Opportunities for Research Collaboration within the FP7-ICT-2009-6 Call
                Other Funding Instruments to Support Europe-Africa Research Collaboration
                      Research Africa, Gerard Ralphs, Project Manager, CAAST-Net Editor
                      Department of Science and Technology, Mmboneni Muofhe, Chief Director: International Resources
                      HEI ICI/NSS Finland, David Korpela, UniPID Senior Planning Officer and Kaija Pajala, Programme Coordinator, CIMO.
15.30–16.00                                                               TEA and REFRESHMENTS
16.00–17:30                                             Session 2 Part 2: Europe-Africa Networking/Brokerage Event

                Panel Discussion and Q&A: Bilateral and Multilateral Research Cooperation
                       Successes, Challenges, Opportunities, and Challenges; Experiences and Best Practices;
                       National Research Foundation, Robert Krige, Head, International Science Liaison at the
                       Representative from the Swedish Programme for Information and Communication Technology in Developing Regions (SPIDER)
                       CAAST-Net Representative
                       ICT National Contact Point (South Africa)
    17.30                                                        COCKTAIL RECEPTION
    18.30–20.00                        Opening of the Conference and Plenary session – Red Lecture Theatre

                  -   Welcome – Saleem Badat, Vice Chancellor, Rhodes University,
                              – Sigmund Grønmo, Chairperson, SANORD and Rector, University of Bergen
-
                  -   Keynote speaker – Kerstin Sahlin, Professor and Deputy Vice Chancellor, Uppsala University, Sweden
                                       - Navigating the Global University Landscape
                                       – Chrissie Boughey, Dean, Teaching and Learning, Rhodes University
                                       - Inclusion and Exclusion in the Changing University: A Teaching and Learning Perspective
                                                               Tuesday 8 December 2009

09.00–10.30                                           Plenary session – Blue Lecture Theatre
               - Keynote speaker – Vigdis Broch-Due, Professor, University of Bergen
                                       - Education and the Productivity of Equality
               - Keynote speaker – Stephen Simukanga, Vice Chancellor, University of Zambia
                                - Inclusion and Exclusion in Higher Education: Experience in Africa and Europe
10.45–12.15                                                  First Parallel Panel Session
   Venue:                Blue Lecture Theatre                                   Seminar Room 1                                         Seminar Room 2
   Chair:                  Chrissie Boughey                                     Amanda Hlengwa                                         Sigmund Gronmo
                      Considering human rights                         Relating to other voices and actors                  . Inclusion through information and
                                                                                                                                communication technologies
              Lucas Matsobane Magongwa:                       Arne Kristiansen, Helene Lahti Edmark, and Kerstin
              Deaf Teachers’ Experiences of Being             Svensson:                                                 Roddy Fox, E Wihlborg, D Lawrence
              Students at a Higher Education Institution      Inclusion of a Third (Indispensable?) Perspective in      Open Access Research As an Agent of
              in South Africa                                 Social Work Education                                     Inclusion?: Case Studies from Rhodes
                                                                                                                        university, South Africa and Linkoping
              Elizabeth Mary Lanzi Mazzochini:                J. U. Hengari:                                            University, Sweden
              Right to Study Undermined: Lessons              Responses of Namibian Vocational Training Institutions
              Learned from an Analysis of the                 to Inclusive Education: Successes, Challenges and         Ilkka Jormanainen and Erkki Sutinen: North-
              Experiences of Refugees and Asylum                                                                        South Gateway – Participatory Technology
              Seekers at Tertiary Education Institutions in   Future Prospects                                          Design between Finland and South Africa
              Cape Town
                                                              Mignonne Breier:                                          Leo Pekkala:
              Fred Bidandi and Alice Wamundiya:               Student Poverty: Barrier to Inclusion at Higher Education Is It Possible to Enhance Social Inclusion
              Evaluating Refugee Access to Institutions       Institutions in South Africa and the Case of the          Through ICTs?
              of Higher Learning in South Africa; The         University of the Western Cape
              Role of Government, Universities and Civil                                                                Kevin A Johnston:
              Society Organizations                                                                                     Social Inclusion and ICT
              Gabriel Tati:                                                                                             Ephias Ruhode and Vesper Owei:
              Educational Migration of Young Africans                                                                   ICTs as Tools for Public Sector
              in the South African Higher Education                                                                     Transformation: A Socio-technical Analysis of
              System With Special Reference to Students                                                                 Zimbabwe’s ICT Initiatives
              from Francophone Africa


12.30–13.30                                                                           LUNCH
13.30–15.00                                                       Second Parallel Panel Session
   Venue:               Blue Lecture Theatre                              Seminar Room 1                                     Seminar Room 2
   Chair:                 Amanda Hlengwa                                   Sioux McKenna                                       Roddy Fox
                         Policies of inclusion                           Addressing gender                              Socio-technical approaches

              Nita Chivwara:                             Moffat Chitapa Tarusikirwa:
                                                                                                                 Retha De la Harpe, Dalenca Pottas, Hugo
              Governance of Access: The Case of Malawi   Gender Equity in Zimbabwean Higher Education
                                                         Management: The Conditions and Barriers that Impact     Lotriet, and Mikko Korpela:
              Vivienne Grace Bozalek, Brenda             on the Retention and Advancement of Women Faculty in    The Need for Socio-technical Software
              Leibowitz, Leslie Swartz, Ronelle          Zimbabwean Universities                                 Development Methods in South Africa: Home
              Carollisen, Poul Rohleder, and Lindsey                                                             and Community Based Care as a Challenge
              Nicholls:                                  Marlize Rabe and Pragna Rugunanan:
              Community, Self and Identity: a Cross-     "It's Reigning Men?" Comparing the Experiences of
              institutional Collaborative Teaching and   Male and Female Social Scientists Leaving Academia
              Learning Research Project Promoting
              Inclusivity                                Emmanuel Kaunda, MA Nyamanda & AM Joabe:
                                                         Gender Complexities in an African University Setting:
              Maitseo Bolaane, Leema Hiri and Sidsel     Experiences of Managing a University College in
              Saugestad:
              San Youth Capacity Building – Some         Malawi
              Building Blocks and Stumbling Stones

              Vuyisile Msila and Ntombozuko Stunkie
              Duku:
              Rebuilding Schools Through Empowered
              Managers: HEIS’ Attempts at Creating
              Better South African Schools
15.00–15.30                                                          TEA and REFRESHMENTS
15.30–17.00   SANORD Council Meeting: Representatives of member                      SANORD Theme Group meetings (as desired by groups)
              institutions (others welcome as observers)

19.00                                                Gala Dinner – Rhodes University Campus
                  -   Guest speaker – Brian O’Connell, SANORD Vice Chair and Rector, University of the Western Cape
                                                            Wednesday 9 December 2009

09.00–10.30                                             Plenary session – Blue Lecture Theatre
                  -   Keynote speaker – Risto Rinne, Professor, University of Turku
                                    - The Changi8ng Faces of Higher Education and Inclusion and Exclusion: The Nordic Tunes
                  -   Keynote speaker – Saleem Badat, Vice Chancellor, Rhodes University
                                         -    Redressing the Apartheid Legacy of Social Exclusion: Social Equity, Redress and Admission to Higher
                                              Education in Democratic South Africa
10:30–11:00                                                              TEA and REFRESHMENTS
11:00–12.30                                                           Third Parallel Panel Session
    Venue:              Blue Lecture Theatre                                  Seminar Room 1                                   Seminar Room 2
    Chair                 Chrissie Boughey                                      Peter Clayton                                    Leolyn Jackson
:               Creating an inclusive society: Socio-                      Pedagogical methods                             Poverty, jobs and HIV/Aids
                       economic constraints
                                                            Francis Simui:
              Johnson Muchunguzi Ishengoma:                 Preparing Teachers for Inclusive Education: Lessons      Heinrich John Gerwel:
              Cost Sharing, Exclusion and Inclusion in      from the English Approach                                Rationalisation in Higher Education: How
              Higher Education in Tanzania                                                                           This Process Has Impacted On Equity And
                                                            Ruth Folake Aluko:
                                                            Inclusion and Exclusion in Higher Education: Paradoxes   Availability
              Pieter Le Roux:                               in Distance Education
              Inclusion and Exclusion: The Socio-                                                                    JRS Malungo, F Salati, PRT Ntata, RK
              economic Implications of the Existing         Eureka Mokibelo:                                         Shalyefu, S Jipinge, JJ Jacobs, T Vergnani,
              Subsidy Formula and the Case for an           Distance Education in Remote Areas in Botswana: A        E Kayambazinthu, and R Blightnaut:
              Alternative Approach                          Case Study                                               Strategies to Integrate "Excluded" and
                                                            Roddy Fox, L Fraenkel, K Rowntree and D Wilmot           disadvantaged Students at Institutions of
              Owence Chabaya, Newman Wadesango,                                                                      higher Education in Southern African: The
                                                            Promoting Inclusivity Through Active Learning: A
              Symphorosa Rembe and Patricia Muhuro:         Southern African-Nordic Perspective                      Case study of the University of Zambia,
              An Assessment of Strategies Used by                                                                    University of Malawi, University of Namibia
              Higher Education Institutions to Enhance                                                               And University of Western Cape
              Student Retention and Throughput: A Case                                                               (Zamanawe) project
              Study of Four Universities in South Africa

              Glenda Glover:
              Facilitating Access to Higher Education for
              Disadvantaged South African Students
12.30–13.30                                                                        LUNCH
13.30–15.00                                                     Fourth Parallel Panel Session
   Venue:             Blue Lecture Theatre                               Seminar Room 1                                       Seminar Room 2
   Chair:                Brian O’Connell                                  Jacob Malungo                                         Poul Wisborg
               Relating to other voices and actors:      Participating in a globalised world: North-South         Creating an inclusive society: Access and
                    Listening to other voices                              collaboration                         success in South African Higher Education

              Louis Royce Botha:                       Colleen Howell:                                           Michael Cross:
              Including Indigenous Research:           The "Equitable Access, Retention and Success" Project     Catering for Undergraduate Students within a
              Expanding the Ways in which Higher                                                                 Diverse University Environment
              Education Institutions Do Research       Tor Halvorsen:
                                                       Recreating the Research University Through Regional       Neetha Ravjee, Mary Hames, Vanessa
              Anne Ryen:                               Cooperation: Comparing the Nile Basin Programme and       Ludwig and Teresa Barnes:
              Do Western Research Methods Work in      SANORD                                                    The Cultural Politics of Access and Success
              Africa? Invitations to an African Turn
                                                       Bernhard Bleibinger:                                      Mary Hames:
              Tshisimogo Lesley Leepang:               The Struggle, Global Challenges and International         Reintroducing the F..words in the Academic
              Education, Minority Issues and the Use   Strategies at the Music Department of the University of   Discourse: Feminism, Freire and Foucault
              of English and Setswana in the           Fort Hare
              Classroom
                                                       Merle H Hodges:
                                                       Internationalisation At Home (IAH) through service
              Linda Cooper, June Saldanha and
              Jacky Thomas:                            learning
              An Adult Educator Development Course:
              Bringing Diverse Voices into the
              Academy?
15.00–15.30                                                         TEA and REFRESHMENTS
                                                                  Fifth Parallel Panel Session
   Venue:            Blue Lecture Theatre                                Seminar Room 1                              Seminar Room 2
   Chair:                Bjorne Sorensen                                Emmanuel Kaunda                             Corinne Knowles
15.30–17.15    Relating to other voices and actors              Participating in a globalised world            Responding to cultural diversity

              Anne Katrine Bang:                         Strategic Collaboration on Higher Education and   Asa Christina Grunning:
                                                                                                           Lund University's Action Plan For Broader
              Scriptural Heritage in the African         Research for Development                          Recruitment
              Context: Some Experiences from Eastern     The Danish Development Research Network
              and Southern Africa                        (DDRN)with Danish SANORD members, Aarhus          Leo Pekkala and Sai Väyrynen:
                                                         University, University of Southern Denmark and    Why Aren’t We There Yet? The
              Eva Walderhaug and Tore Saetersdal:        Aalborg University                                ‘Unproblematic’ Cultural Tolerance in the
              Dissemination of Cultural Heritage in                                                        Finnish Higher Education Landscape
              Rural Africa – An Example from
                                                                                                           Tom Skauge:
              Mozambique                                                                                   Technology Management – US Theories
                                                                                                           Only?
              Albino Jopela:
              The Role of the Traditional Custodian in                                                     Claudio Chipendo:
              Preserving Tangible and Intangible                                                           Prejudices and Irrelevancy; The Dilemma
              Cultural Heritage                                                                            Facing Music Curricula in Many South
                                                                                                           African Universities
              Decio Muianga:
              The Romo Renguruve Rock Art Site in
              Manica, Mozambique

              Ancila Nhamo:
              From Tradition to Modernity and Back:
              The Use and Abuse of Cultural Heritage
              in Zimbabwe’s Post Independence Era

              Seke Katsamudanga:
              Consuming the Past: Public Perception of
              the Discipline of Archaeology and
              Archaeological Information in Zimbabwe
17.30–18.15                                               Plenary and closure (Blue Lecture Theatre)
18.30                                                               Light Farewell Meal
babwe’s Post Independence Era

              Seke Katsamudanga:
              Consuming the Past: Public Perception of
              the Discipline of Archaeology and
              Archaeological Information in Zimbab we
17.30–18.15                                                Plenary and closure (Blue Lecture Theatre)
18.30                                                                Light Farewell Meal

				
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