|ADUN Digital Pedagogy in Fragile Contexts – Webinar Overview|
The series of 9 Augmented Webinars aimed to develop digital pedagogy capacity in the participating university partners as they prepare their curriculum for teaching in emergency contexts. This document provides a detailed overview of the 9 Augmented Webinars with direct links to viewing and additional resources from the ADUN website. Using this document as a guide those teaching virtually at the tertiary level in emergency contexts will benefit from comprehensive theoretical as well as practical guidance.
|AHEEN Research Statement|
Our focus is on participatory knowledge creation that benefits the very communities whose problems the research is trying to address: as our students live in refugee and IDP contexts, the communities are either refugee/IDP camp or urban refugee communities. We promote a scholarship of discovery, integration, application and teaching. As these are the focus of considerable attention from international actors and their solutions, building capacity and systems that are local and adopt local and decolonized approaches, is essential to our vision of research for social change.
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|AHEEN Research Ethics Guidelines|
Provides detailed guidance on research ethics in fragile contexts and with vulnerable populations with specific reference to how AHEEN research projects are conducted.
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