Program planning and animated videos as learning tools in Sub-Saharan Africa: A case study of an international educational collaboration
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This paper reports on a case study that explores how the integrative model of program planning can be applied to better understand the process of mobile learning efforts in diverse African contexts. The authors discuss how, Scientific Animations Without Borders (SAWBO), a Purdue University-based program, creates educational videos accessible in over 220 languages and disseminates them for use on a diversity of electronic platforms, inclusive of but not limited to cell phones. The authors aim to advance important discussions related to how human resource development research and practice can be responsive to local communities while working to enhance agricultural productivity and gender equity in the Global South.