Covid-19 has massive implications for efforts to support and strengthen the creation of research and evidence, which is vital in tackling the current world crisis and responding better in the future.
In recognition of the challenges that Covid-19 presents we have created a package of freely-available self study courses to help you continue to produce, share and use research and knowledge, in support of national, and global development.
These tutorials are all offered as an open educational resources by INASP, with no cost to participate or enrol.
Facilitating Events and Courses in an Online World
The tutorial is designed for anyone interested in developing their knowledge and abilities in facilitating online events and courses.
This self-study tutorial is suitable for anyone handling information and evidence in a professional capacity - from researchers and librarian to policy makers and practitioners - in a variety of fields. The tutorial supports the development
of skills in defining a search strategy and conducting searches efficiently when looking for information online.
Basics of Grant Proposal Writing
This tutorial is suitable for students and professionals in higher education (especially post-graduate students and early-career academics and librarians) who would like to learn the basics of writing a grant proposal to receive funding for
an activity or project.
This self-paced tutorial aims to support the development of skills to assess, analyse and evaluate information and evidence. It is designed as an introduction for any researchers who want to improve their critical thinking skills, regardless
of subject area.
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