McGill University Project

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Omar Badsha, CEO of SAHO, speaks to history students at McGill University, 10 February 2012, Cape Town. © SAHO

History students working under Dr. Jon Soske from McGill University have successfully completed an exciting online collaboration with South African History Online (SAHO). Over the course of two months, 16 students in this programme liaised with a team of SAHO researchers and who supported students as they did their work. The student essays formed part of their South African history course, and now also forms part of a SAHO’s growing history features.

SAHO is embarking on expanding a similar program with other local and international partner institutions.

Last updated : 27-May-2015

This article was produced by South African History Online on 30-May-2012

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