A new system at the University of South Africa (UNISA) which will see struggling students write open book tests at home has triggered alarm bells among academics, who say it will be open to cheating and harm the quality of education.
Udo Carelse (in for John Robbie) spoke to Peter Havenga, UNISA executive director of academic planning about this new system. He explains that this is one of the ways that UNISA will be assessing students - not the only way forward.
Listen to the conversation below:
Below is some reaction to this new system by UNISA:
This article first appeared on 702 : Mixed reaction over UNISA's open book test system