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This Turkish journal publishes its articles online and for free. You will find many articles by African, mainly Nigerian, researchers in English (see table of contents).
www.sosyalarastirmalar.com
This 3 year project will investigate interventions for widening participation in one public university and one private university in Ghana and Tanzania. Taking widening participation as a focus, the overall aim is to interrogate what universities are doing in relation to poverty reduction and achievement ... [supplemented]
www.sussex.ac.uk/wphegt/
MUSTER focused on generating new understandings of teacher education before, during and after the point of initial qualification as a teacher. Its concerns included exploring how new teachers are identified and selected for training programmes, how they acquire the skills they need to teach effectively, ... [supplemented]
www.sussex.ac.uk/education/cie/projects/completed/muster
Site of an organisation that runs library projects in several African countries (Burkina Faso, Ghana, Tansania, Uganda). You will find information on their projects, voices of readers in the libraries, and a blog which deals with interesting questions evolving around reading culture, books etc. in Africa. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.favl.org
Qucosa is a repository for fulltext documents from science and economy of the Free State of Saxony. It is supported by the scientific libraries in Saxony and is part of the Open Access movement. [according to site editor’s information] [translated]
www.qucosa.de
"Founded in 2000, Humanitas Afrika is an African-Czech initiative based in Prague, the Czech Republic. It is purely a non- governmental organisation with no political or religious underpinnings. Indeed it remains the only pan-African organisation in the Czech Republic that is dedicated primarily to ... [supplemented]
www.humanitasafrika.cz
The catalogue contains bibliographical data about over 5,000 items, i.e. original, hand-written manuscripts or literature about manuscripts. The items are either in Arabic or in Ajami (Hausa, Fulfulde, Wolof) and come mainly from Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, and Mali. The data were taken from four different ... [editors ilissAfrica]
digital.library.northwestern.edu/arbmss/index.html
The Ghana Book Development Council (GBDC)has been established as an operating agency under the Ministry of Education. The Ghana Book Development Council is to nurture and develop an indigenous and vibrant Book Industry that will provide the foundation for the creation of a functionally Literate Society. [according to site editor's information]
gbdc.gov.gh/

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