Dr. Atieno Adala

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1.1. video in relation with problem in teacher education and computer science

1.2. gender mainstreaming

1.2.1. encouraging female participation

1.3. working with Francophone ,Anglophone countries and USA

2. Holds PhD in Instructional Systems Technology

3. Evaluation and Change in the Instructional Design Process

4. Author

4.1. Adala, A. A. (2016). Current state of advancement of Open Educational Resources in Kenya. Moscow: UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education. https://ictedupolicy.org/system/files/current_state_of_advancement_of_open_educational_resources_in_kenya.pdf

4.2. Adala, A. (2017). Assessing the impact of access to and availability of OER on the emergence and extent of open education practices in sub-Saharan Africa: The case of an ICT-integrated multinational teacher education program in math and science.

5. Background

5.1. Teacher at High School in Kenya & Botswana

5.2. Graduated Bed from Kenyatta University

5.3. Awarded Compton Foundation Peace Fellow

5.4. Awarded PEO International Educational fellow

5.5. Awarded American Association of University Women International Fellow

5.6. Manager, Research & Development at African Virtual University (AVU) Dr. Atieno Adala - eLearning Innovations Conference & Expo | Kenya 2016

6. Contribution in OER Policies

6.1. National policy

6.1.1. Sessional Paper 14 of Jan 2012 - ICT in Education policy 28-29 Jan 2014 Nairobi Kenya Raise awareness Facilitate the understanding of OER Draft new OER Policy sessional paper 14 2012 - Reforming Education and Training sectors in Kenya

6.2. International and Regional policy

6.2.1. Teacher education

6.2.2. Agriculture

6.2.3. Secondary education

6.2.4. Non formal Education

6.2.5. School of Open African Initiative coordinated by Creative Commons (CC) Creative Commons KE (@cckenya) | Twitter

6.2.6. Peer to peer University

7. Video

8. Articles related to OER

8.1. Introduction to Special Issue: African Electronic Publishing

8.1.1. This articles talk about introducing electronic publishing (websites, digitization projects, databases with journal content online and so on ) in African studies.


8.2.1. This study was carried out to asses ODL as a way of training for primary teacher at Lilongwe Teachers’ College in Malawi.

8.3. A. Atieno Adala Current State of Advancement of Open Educational Resources in Kenya

8.3.1. Kenya's national policies and strategies for ICT. 100% integration of ICT in teacher education in all teacher training institutions

8.3.2. Government initiatives and collaboration with UNESCO and the Commonwealth of Learning in developing a national OER policy harness ICT across every level of the education sector

8.3.3. innovative learning programs that seek to take advantage of advancements in ICT

8.3.4. challenges and recommendations for OER adoption Intellectual Property Rights and Copyright Regulations

8.4. Toward a Community of Practice: The AVU Mobile Learning Initiative

9. networks

9.1. Assessing the impact of access to and availability of OER on the emer…

9.1.1. Research on Open Educational Resources for Development (ROER4D)

9.1.2. African Development Bank (AfDB)

9.1.3. United Nations Development Program (UNDP)

9.1.4. Francophone , Anglophone, Lusophone

10. consists

11. Research - Impact of OER availabilty on the emergence of OEP

11.1. degree of pedagogical openness of the modules was not high

11.2. Integration of pedagogical openness in the design of the modules had low OER use.

12. Acommplishments

12.1. Computer Mediated Learning

12.2. Critical Qualitative Inquiry

12.3. Environmental Health Science

12.4. Evaluation Models & Techniques

12.5. Field Expereince in Publich Health

12.6. Instructional Design & Development I&II

12.7. Instructional Technology Foundations I&II

13. Goals

13.1. expand access and development of information technologies on the African continent

14. Challenges

14.1. Funding and access in remote areas

14.2. Inadequate ICT facilities

14.3. High cost in developing e-learning contents

14.4. Inadequate teacher competencies and maintenance of ICT equipment

14.5. Frequent update makes ICT unaffordable

14.6. Limited access in rural areas because of frequent power disruption