Multipliers training in the TESCEA partnership.

Transferring skills and knowledge for scale-up and sustainability

Tabitha Buchner discusses the role of “multipliers” in ensuring that work to transform higher education continues and grows beyond the lifetime of the TESCEA partnership.

Building sustainability of self-supporting communities: INASP’s approaches

Joanna Wild discusses why vibrant, sustainable communities of practice are not straightforward - and what we can do about it

Supporting Ghana’s Parliament to use data to achieve the SDGs

In June this year, we embarked on an exciting two-year project - Data for Accountability - which helps the Parliament of Ghana to improve the national quality of life through evidence, using data to oversee progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals. We talked to representatives of African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs, the Ghana Statistical Service and INASP to find out more about the project, why it is important and what they are most excited about.

Veronica Munuve of Uganda Martyrs University.

Experience of implementing course redesign to help students gain critical thinking skills

Veronica Munuve is a lecturer in the Faculty of Education at Uganda Martyrs University (UMU) and the university’s course redesign coordinator for the Transforming Education for Social Change in East Africa (TESCEA) partnership. She spoke to Tabitha Buchner about how curriculum redesign can help ensure that university students gain critical thinking skills through their studies.

Reflecting on work to improve information access

Anne Powell reviews how INASP’s information access work has evolved, and reflects on some of her highlights.

Improving journal publishing practices and standards for increased research equity

At the end of August, as part of a second meeting on research equity, UNCST and INASP brought together journal editors in Uganda to help improve them their publishing standards to meet the requirements of JPPS and increase visibility of their journals and the research they contain.

Online learning: five ingredients of success

For more than five years, online learning has been an integral part of INASP’s capacity development approaches. Joanna Wild shares some key ingredients for success.

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