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    African Literature in the Digital Age

    In between checking in on our digital storytelling workshop in Nairobi this week, I’ve been catching up on some reading. I was very excited to hear about this book from Shola Adenekan, as it is a subject close to my heart – when writing my book Literature and Social Media I was very conscious that Read More

    Working with readers in the community: the SAIDE Community Library

    Kelvin Gwuma is going to be presenting to the network next week about the wonderful work he does working with the local community served by the SAIDE community library. Ahead of his talk, here are some moving personal testimonials from users of the library, Eliud Otieno and Musanga Whitney. Both are now studying at university. Read More

    Getting in the Storytelling Mood….

      Getting people to tell a story is one thing, but asking them to come up with a story about reading that feels engaging or even entertaining can be quite a challenge!  At our Zoom meeting last week, we started to explain some of the techniques we use to enable people to craft stories from Read More

    Worldreader’s Response to a Global Health Crisis

    Background In 2020, homes became classrooms, parents became teachers and learning became…much more complicated. The COVID-19 pandemic has left the world scrambling to align with an ambiguous new normal. The effects on global education systems especially, have been devastating. Last March, in an attempt to “flatten the curve” and keep students and educators safe, educational Read More

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