Going digital – What we have learnt about online learning approaches

As the world looks to online alternatives to previously face-to-face teaching, collaborating and information exchange, we share a roundup of learning and advice from our digital learning specialists Joanna Wild, Andy Nobes, Veronika Schaeffler and Ravi Murugesan.

Reflections on a busy year

As 2019 draws to a close, John Young and INASP staff reflect on the year that has been and look to the year ahead.

INASP annual review.

Building equitable knowledge ecosystems:  A year in review

This year’s INASP annual review looks at the theme of equity within research & knowledge: a cross-cutting aim and principle in everything that we do.

Students in University of Dodoma.

Reviewing our past to find our future

As an introduction to INASP’s annual review 2018-19, Executive Director John Young reflects on programme work over the past year and what we have learnt from it as an organization to feed into future plans.

Making connections for research uptake.

Making connections to improve research uptake

A comprehensive approach to research uptake is needed for researchers, research donors and other stakeholders to maximize the usefulness and use of research, writes John Young

Online journal clubs spark active discussions and new ways of exploring literature

Andy Nobes reflects on the online journal clubs that started this year and build on the potential of social learning and peer collaboration that we have already seen with AuthorAID.

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