Africa Nazarene University

Africa Nazarene University: Revisiting the Business Model

This presentation by Tony Mays to the OER Africa 2016 Convening discusses the business model at Africa Nazarene University in the light of the changing context of educational provision. He highlights new modes of provision, and both the systemic and costing implications.

Mainstreaming OER at Africa Nazarene University: Pursuing a Participatory Action Research Journey - Report 4

This report outlines the process and outcomes of a 4th visit to explore how to mainstream engagement with OER to support the increasing demand for flexible higher learning opportunities at Africa Nazarene University using a participatory action research approach.

Introduction to Christian Ethics (UCC204)

The unit provides an introduction to Christian ethics and is a one trimester, university common course. It is part of the core curricular of the university. It is a two credit hour course, covered within 28 hours of the university’s trimester calendar. The course is taken by all undergraduate students in all programmes offered at Africa Nazarene University. Students taking the class need to think about ethical issues encountered in their careers. The unit will provide you with principles needed in making moral decisions from a Christian perspective.

Utilising Open Educational Resources (OER) in Support of Curriculum Transformation at Africa Nazarene University

This OER Africa presentation, made at the ALARA 9th Action Learning Research Congress in November 2015, discusses the participatory action research approach that is being used at the Africa Nazarene University (ANU).

Africa Nazarene University: Policy on OER Integration Into ODeL and Campus-based Provision

The purpose of this OER Policy is to:
  • guide the development and review of OER materials prior to sharing them on a worldwide scale
  • clarify publication rights and licensing issues
  • outline policies regarding the use of required infrastructure (information technology, library, etc.) and other support services
  • identify human and other resources to support faculty in developing OER for teaching and learning
  • define collaborations within and external to the university and the intent to allow access.

Saide Newsletter vol.20 no. 1 2014

This first issue of 2014 contains articles on the wrap up of our PHEA ETI - Partnership in Higher Education in Africa Educational Technology Initiative; an accreditation and audit workshop that we facilitated for the National Institute for Distance Education (INED) in Mozambique; research we are doing for the Research on Open Educational Resources for Development - ROER4D project which is a large project being led by the University of Cape Town; and finally a workshop that was conducted for the Africa Nazarene University in Kenya who are exploring the possibilities of using open educational