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This article reports on an analysis of person attributes of e-learning practitioners at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT). Findings from a study of the latent structure of an e-learning practitioner construct, are presented to illuminate the characteristics and personal profiles of the e-learning practitioners at TUT. Rich sources of data, for example interviews, documents and archival records were tapped during the data collection phase. Various data analysis techniques were applieddoi:10.4314/sajhe.v21i5.50283 fatcat:veet2bihvjdfngxlu2pndb4lyu