In our new study, led by my good friend Enala Lufungulo Zulu and published open access in SN Computer Science (Springer Nature), we focus on identifying innovations deployed by lecturers when teaching online during the COVID-19 pandemic at the University of Zambia. We adopted a descriptive qualitative case study design. Purposefully and conveniently sampled lecturers … Continue reading What innovations or strategies can an EdTech Low-Resourced University Employ during online teaching? Our new study has some insights
[Article RECOMMENDATION]: Is Hollywood ready to stop stereotyping Africa?
In this article David Jesudason of the BBC asks if Western cinema will more fully change its attitude. Comedy sequel Coming 2 America sees Eddie Murphy's King Akeem of Zamunda returning to the US in search of his heir. (Credit: Amazon Prime) Read article here: https://www.bbc.com/culture/article/20210304-is-hollywood-ready-to-stop-stereotyping-africa
Rachel Cruze: How to Set Financial Goals
You hear it all the time: "set some financial goals." True and important as it is, the question is, how does one actually do it so that they can get the desired results? Well, I hope this article by Rachel Cruze helps. Rachel is the author of three bestselling books, including Love Your Life, Not … Continue reading Rachel Cruze: How to Set Financial Goals
[Gallery] 10 Inspirational Quotes by Zambians – Part One
If you follow me on IG, you know that I am all for inspirational and motivational quotes. That's my jam and I love it. The quotes I collect and share encourage me and give me something to think about and act on. I've also learned that many of my followers and friends appreciate them too. … Continue reading [Gallery] 10 Inspirational Quotes by Zambians – Part One