E-tutor Unisa Application Form 2022/2023

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E-tutor Unisa Application Form 2022/2023

University of South Africa (Unisa) Application 2021-2022

E-tutor Unisa Application Form 2022/2023

South Africa University, known corquially as Unija, is the largest university system in South Africa registration. It attracts a third of all higher education students in South Africa.

Through various colleges and affiliates, UNISA has more than 400,000 students, including international students from 130 countries around the world, which makes it one of the world’s mega universities and the only university of this type in Africa.

As a complete university, UNISA offers professional and academic programs, many of which have received international accreditation, as well as a wide geographical imprint, which gives its students recognition and employability in many countries of the world.

Unisa’s Muckleneuk Campus is located in Pretoria and is a major landmark of the capital city. It was in 1972 that Unisa moved into its new home on Muckleneuk Ridge having vacated the old quarters in central Pretoria. The complex of buildings was designed by Bryan Sandrock Architects in the 1960s and expresses an international style characterised by monumental proportions and engineering feats like the cantilevered structures. The most striking feature is the long projection from the brow of the hill, supported by a giant steel girder resting on a massive column.

DUTIES
E-Tutors will have the following duties:
1. Facilitate online delivery of tutorial material
2. Manage students’ learning experiences online
3. Facilitate students’ interactions with their peers online
4. Provide students with academic and technical support online
REQUIREMENTS
E-Tutors must meet the following requirements:
* Ongoing access to an internet connected computer
* Minimum of an Honours Bachelor’s degree in the subject that you would like to tutor (in some disciplines a Bachelor’s degree will be acceptable) at own cost.
* Own copies of software packages that may be required for teaching e.g. Internet browsers, Word
processing.
* Basic computer and internet skills i.e. no training will be provided in using software packages, Internet sites or email.
* Commitment to meeting deadlines and a passion for student-centered learning.
* Advanced communication skills and proficiency in English (student communication will mostly be text based writing by email, forums or assignment feedback documents).
* Friendly, patient and sensitive to a diversity of students.