The N50 Project has released a white paper "Digital Adoption: A model for capacity and sustainability in digitally marginalized communities."
In partnership with SCCI and Catholic Relief Services
First e-learning unit for seed inspector course well received
Mwabu has completed the first e-learning unit for the seed inspector course, developed with SCCI in partnership with Catholic Relief Services.
Mwabu has completed the first e-learning unit for the seed inspector course, developed with the Zambian Ministry of Agriculture Seed Control and Certification Institute (SCCI), as part of the curriculum digitisation project in partnership with Catholic Relief Services (CRS).
To develop the first unit, Mwabu used SCCI materials as a basis to write an Instructional Design Worksheet (IDW), which includes text, voicing and artwork needed. SCCI subject matter experts provided clarifications where needed to produce the final version. The e-learning was built including interactive elements, questions, voicing and custom artwork by our in-house artist. SCCI then had the opportunity to review the unit, which was very well received. They provided feedback which fed into finalising the design and will inform the design principles of the remaining units.
Over the next few weeks Mwabu will closely collaborate with SCCI subject matter experts to develop IDWs for the remainder of the digital course content.
We are excited to be working with SCCI and CRS to make this curriculum more accessible to seed inspectors in Zambia and beyond!
Mwabu partnership with N50 project in Luumbo launches with device deployment and training
Project Luangwa are bringing our interactive learning resources to pupils in the South Luangwa Valley in a new container classroom