This case study is the result of semi-structured interviews with teaching faculty, other staff and students involved in health OER activities at UG. The interviewees (listed at the end of this study), gave their consent for the author to use their names and direct quotations, and their words are included here verbatim. This case study explores CHS’s experience with OER, highlighting strategic priorities, perceived benefits, achievements, challenges, production process, lessons learned, future plans and participants’ advice for others interested in creating their own institutional OER initiatives.

Kathleen Ludewig Omollo
Case Studies
OER research in Africa
OER Africa Key Publications
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