Day 1 presentations

Papers and Presentations: Learning Environments
Keynote Daniela Gachago, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa : Podcasting – A technology for all?
Presentation 34 MB | Paper  Forum Discussion Forum     Live Tuesday 7 April at 11:00 (Recording)


Paper Opening followed by Keynote: Associate Professor Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams, University of Cape Town: Open Educational Resources and Pedagogical Practices in African Higher Education: A perspective from the ROER4D Project
Presentation 7 MB | Paper  Forum Discussion Forum     Live Tuesday 7 April at 13:00 (Recording) & Colloquium Opening (Recording)


Paper Tesfaye Bayu Bati, Hawassa University, Ethiopia; Prof. Helene Gelderblom, University of Pretoria, South Africa; and Prof. Judy van Biljion UNISA, South Africa: Blended learning in large classes: a reflection on students experience from an Ethiopian University
Presentation (streaming) | Paper  Forum Discussion Forum     Live Tuesday 7 April at 14:00 (Recording)


Paper Erica Bass-Flimmons, Georgia State University, United States and Associate Professor Wanjira Kinuthia, Georgia State University, United States: Mobile Learning in Higher Education – The promotion of education by way of YouTube videos in Ghana
Presentation 46 MB | Paper  Forum Discussion Forum     Live Tuesday 7 April at 16:00(Recording)


Comments

  1. Adekunle

    April 7, 2015

    I found all the presentations very interesting, I ‘ll like to get more information from Ass. Prof. Cheryl on the OERs survey among African countries. Nigeria was not sampled in the 14 African countries. How can we do a similar survey in Nigeria? I am interested. Jacob and Tony over to you, please link me up with the project.

  2. ADEMOLA OLAYIWOLA

    April 9, 2015

    these fantastic topics which i missed, i do hope the recordings will do.

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The Transform 2015 Research Colloquium runs from 7-10 April 2015  with the theme of  “Transforming Pedagogical Practices  in African Higher Education with blended and online learning”. Transform 2015 is a project of the e/merge Africa network in partnership with the African Virtual University and the Educational Technology Inquiry Lab at University of Cape Town. Transform 2015 is supported by the Ford Foundation and the Carnegie Corporation of New York.