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Online teaching & learning – INASP Blog
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Unlocking Research Advancement: The Critical Role of Mastering Grant Proposal Writing

In the pursuit of top-quality research from low and middle-income countries (LMICs) and a stronger commitment to invest research funds...

Want to learn more about facilitating online events and courses? Take our updated self-study course!

In 2020 we developed and released an online course, ”Facilitating Events and Courses in an Online World’, as a resource...

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How can educators, researchers and practitioners use digital technologies to enable learning and support change?

The world woke up to online learning during the pandemic, but for the last 10 years we’ve been quietly developing...

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Transforming Higher Education for Social Change – a model from East Africa to support significant learning and transformation

Working with partners in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya, we are pleased to share a new scalable pedagogical model to support lecturers and institutions in low resource settings to transform their teaching and learning practices.

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Innovation in digital learning is helping make higher education more resilient in Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria

Earlier this year INASP collected stories of innovation in digital learning from three African countries as part of a British Council project. Jon Harle shares some of the key themes that emerged across the stories.

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Could digital tools, AI, and social learning spaces help to reduce inequity in knowledge systems?

Earlier this year we called for project ideas to harness digital technologies to advance research and knowledge in the South. Jonathan Harle discusses the three projects selected.

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