Deploying an e-learning Environment in Zanzibar: Digital Content Curation

Resource type
Report
Authors/contributors
Title
Deploying an e-learning Environment in Zanzibar: Digital Content Curation
Abstract
In April 2020, the Zanzibar Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MoEVT) and the World Bank approached EdTech Hub (the Hub) to explore the feasibility of implementing a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The MoEVT, the World Bank and the Hub agreed that the Hub would work with the MoEVT to develop the following 1. A practical and actionable report analysing key factors to be considered in deploying an e-learning platform in Zanzibar. 2. A report documenting the process of sourcing appropriate digital content, aligning this content with the curriculum and populating the e-learning system accordingly. 3. An implementation plan to guide the deployment of the e-learning system. This document addresses the second part of the request and is an elaboration of the digital content selection, curation, and adaptation process suggested in the first report. However, this document is a stand-alone piece that does not require familiarity with any of the other deliverables.
Institution
EdTech Hub
Date
2020
Extra
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3966976 ZenodoArchiveID: 3966976
Citation
Groeneveld, C., Kibga, E., & Kaye, T. (2020). Deploying an e-learning Environment in Zanzibar: Digital Content Curation. EdTech Hub. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3966976
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