- ItemProjet d’appui à la filière photovoltaïque par la formation, la recherche et le soutien technique aux entreprises(2021-05) Kebe, Cheikh Mouhamed Fadel
- ItemGrappling with the concepts of “impact” and “openness” in relation to OER : current developments in the ROER4D Project - Open Education Global Conference, Banff, Canada 22-24 April 2015(2018) Hodgkinson-Williams, CherylThe presentation provides an overview of developments in Open Educational Resources (OER), including licensing, adoption and impact. It also provides information on funding sources for research into open educational resources for development (ROER4D) research and ongoing studies. It emphasizes the importance of identifying and defining key concepts underpinning the OER practices being investigated
- ItemReimagining teacher professional development : communities of practice(2016-09) Kasinathan, GurumurthyCommunities of practice (COP) are groups of people who share a concern or passion for something they do, and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly. The presentation broadly covers how to facilitate new learning methods through teacher forums as a community of practice in India.
- ItemMOOCs, openness and changing educator practices : an activity theory case study, 18-20 November 2018, HELTASA, North-West University(2018) Czerniewicz, Laura; Walji, Sukaina; Deacon, Andrew; Glover, MichaelThe University of Cape Town (UCT) Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) 3-year project is one of the first major MOOC initiatives in Africa. The presentation provides an outline of development of Open Educational Resources (OER) as these would apply to MOOC conditions, along with an outline of proposed research on the topic, where the MOOC and its OER components are operationalised.
- ItemImpact of OER on cost and quality of course materials : a study in postgraduate distance education courses in the university of the Philippines open university(2018) Bonito, Sheila; Orias, Carmelita; Reyes, Charisse; Ramos, Rita; Serrano, JoaneThe University of the Philippines Open University started raising awareness on use of Open Educational Resources (OER) in 2011. Three fields of disciplines (Education, Health and Development Studies) and 48 courses were offered (2015-2016). These were reviewed and analyzed to determine extent of use of OER in course packages. The presentation breaks down the data in terms of discipline and use of OER: revisions, translations, remixes; as well as the types of learning activities in which they were applied. Results of the study include perceptions of faculty and students as to the (highly rated) relevance and utility of materials adopted and adapted.