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IPR for IK and the survival of IK in the emerging global village.
This panel discusses the intellectual property rights of indigenous and traditional knowledge (IK) as currently billed by relevant international bodies and organisations. We focus on their relevance to communities in ...
Factors contributing to technology-enabled distractions in the classrom: A case study of students at the Polytechnic of Namibia.
(Polytechnic of Namibia, Department of Communication, 2014)
Classroom access to computers and the Internet may be indispensable for teaching and research both for the student and the teacher. Yet, these technologies can also be an impediment to learning as students may engage in ...
Can IK be communicated through foreign languages without losing its authenticity?
In this paper, we present an open issue for panel discussion on the relation between the language of knowledge transfer and the contextual and peculiar nature of indigenous, traditional or local Knowledge itself. We ...