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OER and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for Educators

  1. Nihuka, K. A., Mallinson, B. J. (2017) ‘Enabling Conditions for Successful Integration of Open Educational Resources for Professional Development in a Developing Context Institution’. Field Notes DETA proceedings,. pp 111-119, ISBN 978-1-77592-144-8
  2. Mallinson, B., Mushi, D. (2016) Early Experiences of the Course Conversion to OER Process at the Open University of Tanzania. OE Global Conference, April 2016, Kraków, Poland)
  3. Nihuka, K. A., Mallinson, B. J. (2016) Towards OER Integration for Professional Development of Lecturers at OUT’ Journal of Adult Education JAET No. 20, Vol 1, 2016. 
  4. Mallinson, B., Mbogela, S. (2017) Exploring the Digital Fluency course for Academic staff. DETA conference (22-25 August 2017, Kigali, Rwanda) – In press.
  5. Mallinson, B., Monyemangene, R. (2017) Modelling Openness in Academic Professional Development: case study of developing the Digital Fluency course at Open University of Tanzania.Presentation at OE Global 2017 (8-10 March, Cape Town)
  6. Mallinson, B. (2015) Moving from Literacy to Fluency – an Academic approach’ 8th eLearning Update  (5-7 August 2015, Emperor’s Palace, South Africa)
  7. Muganda, C. K. (2015) ‘Bolstering OERs for innovative teacher professional development outreach programmes: the case of TESSA in Tanzania.’ Presentation at DETA conference (July 2015, Mauritius). Copy not available.
  8. Nihuka, K., Mallinson, B. (2015) "Towards OER Integration for Professional Development of Lecturers at OUT". DETA conference, July 2015, Mauritius. Copy not available.
  9. Mallinson, B. (2014) Innovative Digital Fluency Course for Academic Staff at the Open University of Tanzaniaarticle published in the Saide newsletter of 2014, Vol 20, No. 3.
  10. ANU Bespoke Workshops:

    OUT Bespoke Workshops:

    OP Bespoke Workshops:

    • Mallinson, B. (2016) Vet Ed Africa Workshop. Onderstepoort, October 2016.
    • Mostert, M. L., Delport, P. A., Moore, A. (2016) The Block Builders Educator’s Professional Development Course. (Only accessible through the UP server)
  11. Ngugi, C. (2016) Telling an impact story – ANU)presented at the Hewlett Grantees Meeting.
  12. Bawa, A. K. (2016) The major challenges facing Higher Education in sub-Saharan Africapresented at the 2016 OER Africa Convening of Partner Institutions
  13. University of the Free State (2016). Curriculum Delivery and Innovation: Supporting Staff and Students in the Use of Technology at the UFS. presented at the 2016 OER Africa Convening of Partner Institutions
  14. Du Toit, P. (2016) Action research as innovative means to self-study: A quest for 'thinking out of my box'!presented at the 2016 OER Africa Convening of Partner Institutions
  15. Harley, K. (2016) Institutionalization of OER grant Mid-term evaluationformative evaluation prepared for OER Africa and shared with its partner institutions to guide the way forward.
  16. Ngugi, C. (2016) Why OER for Africa (2017) prepared for OER Africa to stimulate thinking around Thought Leadership.
  17. OER Africa Comms Team (2016) Explaining Thought Leadership - Perspectives from the OER Africa Communications Team  – prepared for OER Africa to stimulate thinking around Thought Leadership.

OER and Teaching & Learning (including Courses/Modules Developed)

  1. Introduction to Christian Ethics (UCC204), ANU module.
  2. OUT Academic Digital Fluency Course(five modules).
  3. Opening Learning at the Africa Nazarene University: A Case Study.
  4. Holm, D. (2016) Mission Possible PAR based findings of 1st year block teaching experiences at Onderstepoort, University of Pretoria.
  5. Butcher, N., Moore A. (2015) COL Understanding OER (inter-active course).
  6. Agherdien, N. (2017) Towards Pedagogical Improvements in OER: Repurposing for the South. Presentation at OE Global 8 – 10 March 2017. Cape Town.
  7. Mallinson, B. (2014) ‘Exploring the Design Science Research Process as an approach to addressing Digital Fluency for Academic Staff at Open University of Tanzania’. NADEOSA conference (24-25 June, 2014, University of Pretoria, South Africa)
  8. Mays, T. (2017) Utilising Open Education Resources in Support of Curriculum Transformation at Africa Nazarene University: A Participatory Action Research Approach. Presentation at OE Global 8 – 10 March 2017. Cape Town.
  9. Mhlanga, E. (2017) Higher Education in a Digital Age. Keynote at the 5th ACDE conference and General Assembly, Khartoum, Sudan.
  10. Mushi, D. & Mallinson, B. (2016) Early Experiences of the Course Conversion to OER Process at Open University of Tanzania. Presentation given at OE Global 2016 (April 2016, Poland)
  11. Ooko, M., Mays, T J. (2015) Utilising Open Educational Resources (OER) in support of curriculum transformation at Africa Nazarene University: a participatory action research (PAR) approach Presentation given at ALARA conference, Potchefstroom, South Africa.
  12. Ngugi, C. et al (2017) Highlights of the International OE Global Conferencearticle published in Saide newsletter Vol 23, no.2. 2017
  13. Mallinson, B. (2016) Open Education Global 2016 Conferencearticle published in Saide newsletter, Vol 22, No. 2. 2016
  14. Ngugi, C. (2015) Global Trends in Technology in Higher Education: SARUA Vice Chancellors' Leadership Dialoguearticle published in Saide newsletter, Vol 21, No. 5. 2015
  15. Ngugi, C. (2014) The “Wild Google Search”: An OER Perspectivearticle published in the Saide newsletter: Vol 20, No. 4. 2014.
  16. Transformation at Africa Nazarene University. Copy not available.
  17. OUT Bespoke Workshops:
    • Mallinson, B. (2015) Learning Development (Moodle course)
    • Mallinson, B. (2015) OUT Learning Design (Moodle course)
  18. Ngugi, C. (2015) A surprising OER fact – ‘if it’s good for the animals’presented at the Hewlett Grantees Meeting
  19. Samzugi, A. (2016) Role of OER in Supporting Pedagogical Transformation at the Open University of Tanzania – presented at the 2016 OER Africa Convening of Partner Institutions.
  20. Wiley, D. (2016) Exploring Open Pedagogy (PPT) – presented at the 2016 OER Africa Convening of Partner Institutions.
  21. Harley, K. (2016) Pedagogical Transformation – presented at the 2016 OER Africa Convening of Partner Institutions.

OER and Institutionalization in HEIs in Africa

  1. Muganda, C. K., Samzugi, A., Mallinson, B. (2016) ‘Analytical Insights on the Position, Challenges and Potential for Promoting OER in ODeL Institutions in Africa.’ IRRODL, Vol. 17, No 4.
  2. Samzugi, A. S. and Mwinyimbegu, C. M. (2016). Accessibility of Open Educational Resources for Distance Education Learners: The Case of the Open University of Tanzania.
  3. Ngugi, C. (2016) Separating Rhetoric from Reality: The Process of Institutionalizing OER Practices at African Universities – paper presented at PCF8.
  4. Nihuka, K. A., Mbwette, T. S., Kihwelo, P. F. (2014) ‘Open Educational Resources Initiative at The Open University of Tanzania: Challenges and Lessons Learned.’ – paper presented at the EADTU (Open and Flexible Higher Education) International Conference, 23-24 October, 2014. Krakow, Poland.
  5. Mwamlangala, D. F. (2015) Challenges of Open Educational Resources: A Comparative Study between Shanghai Open University and the Open University of Tanzania’. Report on Academic Exchange Programme: Shanghai Open University/African Council for Distance Education.
  6. Muganda, C. K., Samzugi, A., Mallinson B. (2015) ‘Empirical-Based Analytical Insights on the Position, Challenges and Potential for Promoting OER in ODeL Institutions in Africa’ – Presentation at the 2nd AVU conference 1-3 July 2015, Nairobi, Kenya.
  7. Ngugi, C. (2017) Separating Rhetoric from Reality: The Process of Institutionalizing OER Practices at African Universities. Presentation at OE Global 8 – 10 March 2017, Cape Town.
  8. Ngugi, C. (2016) Separating Rhetoric from Reality: The Process of Institutionalizing OER Practices at African Universities Presentation at PCF8 conference 27 - 30 November 2016, Kuala Lumpur.
  9. Ngugi, C. (2015) Turning the Ship: OER as Change Agents in Transforming Conservative Education Environments Presentation at eLearning Africa Conference, 20-22 May, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
  10. Ngugi, C. (2014) Open Educational Resources for the African Context: Investing in the FuturePresentation given at the LIASA Conference, 22-26 September, Gauteng, South Africa.
  11. Mallinson, B. (2016) Open University of Tanzania Takes Stock of OER Experience at High Level Forumsarticle published in the Saide newsletter of 2015, Vol 21, No. 3.
  12. OUT Bespoke Workshops:
  1. UFS Bespoke Workshops:
  1. Glennie, J. (2016) A brief to The Hewlett Foundationpresented to the Hewlett Education Team during their visit to Saide.
  2. Moore, A. (2016) Onderstepoort progress – A briefing to Hewlett Foundation  – presented to the Hewlett Education Team during their visit to Saide
  3. Ngugi, C. (2016) Pedagogical Transformation Grant – presentation to The Hewlett Foundation presented to the Hewlett Education Team during their visit to Saide.
  4. Butcher, N. (2016) PAR Reflectionspresented at the 2016 OER Africa Convening of Partner Institutions.
  5. Ngugi, C. (2016) Participatory Action Research Grantpresented at the 2016 OER Africa Convening of Partner Institutions.
  6. Ngugi, C. (2016) 2016 OER Africa Convening: Report of Proceedings presented at the 2016 OER Africa Convening of Partner Institutions.
  7. Ngugi, C. (2016) Emerging Lessons from the OER Africa Institutional Engagement Grantpresented at the 2016 OER Africa Convening of Partner Institutions.
  8. Da Costa, P. (2016) Video on Communications Strategy for OER Africa – presented at the OER Africa Steering Committee.

OER and Related Institutional Policies

  1. Africa Nazarene University (2015) ANU Policy on OER Integration into ODeL and Campus-based Provision.
  2. Open University of Tanzania (2016) OUT OER Policy
  3. Holm, D. (2017) Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Pretoria Proposal for Open Access of Student Class Notes and Study Guides.
  4. Muganda, C. K., Samzugi, A. (2016) ‘The Role of Collaboration, Partnership and Participatory Engagement in OER Policy Development: Lessons from the Open University of Tanzania Experiences.’ Presentation at 7th ANIE (Africa Network for Internationalization of Education) conference (5-7 October 2016, Accra, Ghana). Copy not available.
  5. Butcher, N. (2015). Review of University Intellectual Property Policies and Strategiesarticle published in the Saide newsletter of 2015, Vol 21, No. 1.
  6. Mays, T. (2014) Africa Nazarene University Adopts OER Policyarticle published in the Saide newsletter of 2014, Vol 20, No. 1.
  7. OUT Bespoke Workshops: