African Storybook Report
Pan Commonwealth Forum
African Leaders in Distance Education
Nadeosa Turns 21!
Ntataise Annual Conference
ASb Participation at PALFA 2017
Saide Director Attends OER Congress
African Storybook Stories on SABC2
First Five Years of ASb: Impact and Sustainability
20 ASb Storybooks that Speak to the Concept of Ubuntu
Siyaphumelela Conference 2018 opened by Minister Pandor
The Jika iMfundo Camapaign 2015-2017
Saide's Executive Director visits Kibera Library in Nairobi
Saide's OER Africa Session at e/merge 2018
ASb Former Staff Member, Lorato Trok, Wins Writing Grant
ASb Reader - Re-install Notification
Creating, Translating, and Adapting African Storybooks
ICDE Celebrates 80th Birthday
Teacher Professional Development @ Scale
International Literacy Month: We Celebrate Our Users
OEC features stories on Saide's OER projects
Partnership for Enhanced and Blended Learning (PEBL)
World Read Aloud Day - 1st February
Finding Open Content - New OER Africa resource
African Storybook Services
Siyaphumelela Conference 2019 - Call for proposals now open
Saide's Course Design and Materials Development Guide
Nadeosa Conference 2019 - Second Call for Papers
Siyaphumelela Conference Deadline Extension
Five South African Women Driving Literacy Change
Open and Distance Education in Asia, Africa and the Middle East
Saide's ASb a finalist in Joy of Reading Award
2019 Siyaphumelela Conference Comes to a Close
Nadeosa Conference 2019
Siyaphumelela Network 2020-2022: Request for Proposals to Become a Partner Institution
Saide office closure and best wishes for the holiday season!
Saide bids farewell to Jenny Louw and welcomes Jabulani Sithole
Saide Joins World Read Aloud Day
Saide: COVID-19 Statement
Partnering Around Literacy
Programme Specialist re-advert - Vacancy
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Siyaphumelela Network 2.0 hosts convening meeting
Emlalatini workshop on online courses
How can OpenCourseWare help you to improve your courses?
Saide and OER Africa mourns Prof Mbwette former VC Open University of Tanzania
Student success initiative extends its reach with ‘Network 2.0’
Online assessment: How do we know if students are learning successfully?
UNESCO’s OER Recommendation Dynamic Coalition Consultations: The way forward
Assistant Programmer : Job advert
Partnering Around Literacy
How African Storybook works to improve early reading in the languages of Africa
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How can governments and institutions operationalise the OER Recommendation?
Saide Welcomes Dr Takalani Rambau
How can you get involved in the Open COVID Pledge for Education?
Adapting Open Content
Creating Community of Practice
DETA Conference 2021
Open Education Week 2021
Important considerations for licensing Open Educational Resources (OER)
World Book Day 2021
DUT’s S CELT launced its Siyaphumelela 2.0 Moving the middle project
DUT hots data day awards
African Storybook’s Story Maker App finalists of the Tech4Good Awards 2021
Promoting diversity and Inclusion in the OER space
Siyaphumelela’s maiden online conference
Nadeosa Publishes the Revised Nadeosa Quality Criteria
Tech4Good Awards Ceremony
African Storybook Maker, the Winner of Winners in the 2021 Tech4Good Awards
Institutional support needed for professional development
An award-winning app has flipped the script, letting children write and publish their life stories
Joburg Libraries announce ASb story creation competition winners
NADEOSA Webinar: Building Online Communities with Equity and Care
International Literacy Day
Terms of Reference – Conducting an Indoor Air Quality Assessment
Creat-Ed Africa Edtech masterclass series
Prime Commercial Office Space to Rent in Braamfontein
International Day of the Girl Child - 11 October 2021
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The Minister's speech is now available.
Minister of Higher Education and Training's speech at the opening of the Siyaphumelela conference.