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Reports

2012 African Health OER Network Impact Study

This impact evaluation focused more broadly on Network activities, including these four institutions and partnerships that have been formed since project inception in 2008, as well as broader usage of health OER by other users not affiliated with the Netw

Consortium for Health Policy & Systems Analysis in Africa

All CHEPSAA’s African members have produced reports that provide an overview of the HPSR+A capacity needs and assets in their organizations and its wider context.

Growing an Institutional Health OER Initiative: A Case Study of the University of Cape Town

This case study is the result of semi-structured interviews and email engagement with teaching and support staff involved in OER activities in the Facutly of Health Sciences and for the OpenContent Directory (web portal) at UCT.

Developing and using Open Educational Resources at KNUST

In May 2011, Pro Vice Chancellor Peter Donkor published this article in the Digital Learning Resources online journal.

Growing an Institutional Health OER Initiative: A Case Study of the University of Ghana

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

Policy for development and use of Open Educational Resources (OER) - KNUST

In August 2010, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) passed a landmark institutional policy in support of OER. As is the tradition in many universities, faculty performance evaluation at KNUST was originally based largely on publ

2010-2011 African Health OER Network Phase 2 Evaluation: Consolidation and Sustainability

The 2010 evaluation was aimed at exploring institutional experiences, to establish how the project was being consolidated, and to start assessing issues of sustainability.

Fostering Cross-institutional Collaboration for Open Educational Resources Production

Although there are over a quarter of a million open courses published by an increasing number of universities, it remains unclear whether Open Education Resources (OER) is scalable and productively sustainable. The challenge is compounded when OER is exam

The Use of Open Education Resources at the University of Malawi (UNIMA)

This case study explores the use of Open Education Resources at the University of Malawi (UNIMA) and describes the project implementation and processes for an e-learning University Certificate Midwifery Course, the use of OER to compile a first-year....