• Professor and passionate researcher

    Michael N. Nkwenti is a Professor and passionate researcher in the field of educational technologies.

  • Sharing my passion with others

    It's always a pleasure to share my results, knowledge, and best practices with others for the good of the community.

  • R&D in educational technologies

    We continually carry out technology surveys to develop the best approaches for using technology in education.

  • Award

    COVID19 shut-down schools globally but we were able to continue the delivery of teaching and learning in Cameroon through the use of verious technologies accessible to learners in their different geographical locations uninterruptedly. This amazing expirience earned me this award.

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Our research topics

Project-based learning

Also known as problem- and challenge-based learning, PBL is a model where students learn by actively engaging in real-world and personally meaningful projects.

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Instructional design and delivery

Instructional design and delivery covers an array of topics from designing content in online formats that is accessible to all learners to ensuring that the content is culturally relevant.

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Distance, online, blended learning

Nowadays, the topic is less about how to use the technology and more about how to best engage students. And the stakes are high. Disengaged students can simply turn off...

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Online tools and apps

A lot of what the newest versions of tools are offering allow students to learn, and share their learning in a variety of ways, whether it’s being able to quickly upload a video...

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Equity and inclusion

Educators have been doing just that experimenting with ways to make learning more engaging, student-centered and inclusive with technology tools.

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Social-emotional learning

Social-emotional learning (SEL) is the process of developing the self-awareness, self-control, and interpersonal skills that are vital for school, work, and life success.

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Augmented, mixed and virtual reality

Mixed reality (MR) takes augmented reality a step further and allows users to manipulate and interact with virtual objects and information.

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Computer science and computational thinking

Computational thinking refers to the thought processes involved in defining a problem and its solution so that the solution can be expertly carried out by a computer.

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About Research Group

Information and Communication Technologies herein after referred to as technology is increasingly penetrating the education sector globally. Institutions of learning are increasingly exploring the potential of the tool to widen access and enhance learning outcomes. Many research findings are increasingly demonstrating that teaching and learning in conventional classrooms will highly be impacted by the use of technology. Education facilitated by the new digital technologies is transforming the teaching and learning process. E-learning is becoming an accepted and indispensable part of mainstream education prompted by the need to make learning more accessible to a wider population; the growing need for continual skills development and the need to enhance learning outcomes while promoting lifelong learning.  

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About My Publications Group

These publications are part of the field of educational technologies, in the sub-areas of specialization of instructional design and technology. Our research area focuses on Open Educational Resources and Technology Mediated Learning (e-Learning).

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Towards a Resilient Model of Education in Cameroon: Factors that foster the use of e-Learning Among Primary School Teachers in Cameroon

Michael N. Nkwenti

Pathway for the development of Teachers skills to Mainstream Open Educational Resources in Instructional Processes

Michael N. Nkwenti

OER Mainstreaming in Cameroon: Perceptions and Barriers

Michael N. Nkwenti & Ishan Sudeera A

A Collaborative Approach to OER Policy and Guidelines Development in the Commonwealth: The Case of Botswana, Cameroon, and Sri Lanka

Ishan Sudeera A., Shironica P. Karunanayaka, Michael N. Nkwenti, & Lekopanye Tladi