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|Preparing Africa's graduates to drive economic growth
|Partnerships in on-line learning: development of an on-line curriculum for application in a for profit firm and an undergraduate human resource degree program
||Nafukho, Frederick; Brooks, Catherine K.; Forrester, Jami
|The place of E-learning in Africa's institutions of higher learning
|Access, efficiency, and equity considerations of the World Bank's African Virtual University project:a case study of Kenya
|Assessment of the effectiveness of the CAD elearning certificate at the University of Botswana
||Gachago, Daniela; Mafote, Spoon; Munene-Kabanya, Anne; Lee, Marilyn
|New ways of mediating learning: investigating the implications of adopting open educational resources for tertiary education at an institution in the United Kingdom as compared to one in South Africa
|Linking students from the University of Ghana and Kwantlen University College: challenges confronted and lessons (UN)Learned
|Degrees of openness: the emergence of open educational resources at the University of Cape Town
||Hodgkinson-Williams, Cheryl; Gray, Eve
|A Model for Scaffolding Traditional Distance Learners in Africa for Constructivistic Online Learning.
||Muyinda, Paul B.; Lubega, Jude T.; Lynch, Kathy
|Developing e-learning courseware through prototyping to achieve sustainable development in higher education: some conceptual and pedagogical principles.
||Onasanya, S.A.; Oduwaiye, R.O.; Shehu, R.A.
|An African experience in providing a digital library service: the African Virtual University example