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Case Study by Dr Evans Wema, published on Oct. 30, 2012

Countries: Tanzania (United Republic of)

Tags: Information, literacy,

The effective transfer of teaching methodologies in Tanzania

The training-the-trainer approach to workshops can be very effective, providing both a strong understanding of the subject material and developing the skills necessary to pass it on. However, participants often come from varied backgrounds and go on to train groups with specific, or equally varied, needs. This case study examines initiatives in Tanzania that enabled Information Literacy teaching methods to be adapted and applied to a variety of audiences.

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