How the approach to delivering critical thinking training in Sierra Leone's higher education has been adapted, firstly in response to initial identification of challenges and again as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns.
This report documents findings from consultation visits undertaken during February 2009 as part of the Sida supported project “Strengthening access to and production within the Nicaraguan research and university system”.
This is the third of the Research and Education Case Studies series. The eight case studies in this volume examine various aspects of M&E, as applied to the provision and use of journals, and more specifically journals in electronic format, in countries of Africa and Asia.
This is the second in the Research and Education Case Studies series to be published and tells the story of the University of Zimbabwe Library which has progressed in building a digital library despite the constraints experienced during a period of national economic decline.
This report evaluates the success of the African Journals Online Publishing Programme (AJOPP) which was intended to support 11 African journals in putting their full text content online using a variety of hosts.
This publication, commissioned from the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, documents developing a centralised national digital library to provide affordable access to scientific and technical research information.
A survey of African journal editors was undertaken in 2005 to ascertain their awareness and understanding of the open access movement and to discover if their journals would be willing to publish open access.
The report examines the progress that has been made by university libraries in Africa in introducing electronic systems and services and suggests where developments and investments might now be made to further advance the implementation of digital libraries.
To investigate the current level of use of ICTs and plans for the future within the public library environment a survey was undertaken of 22 public library services in ten English-speaking African countries.