Basiro Davey has been developing distance learning at the Open University, UK for more than 35 years, specialising in health sciences, infectious disease and public health. Since 2009 she has mentored Ethiopian and more recently Nigerian academics in distance-learning pedagogy and curriculum design in intensive writing workshops in Africa.
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