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DOT4D Case Study Interview Schedule 2

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posted on 28.07.2021, 11:22 by Bianca MasukuBianca Masuku, Michelle WillmersMichelle Willmers, Glenda Cox
This interview schedule was developed in 2019 by the Digital Open Textbooks for Development (DOT4D) project at the University of Cape Town as part of its open textbook research process. This interview explored authors’ goals in terms of their envisioned open textbook development initiatives, the injustices related to race, gender and culture that occurred within their classroom contexts, and the different ways in which they endeavoured to address these injustices, their conceptions of curriculum transformation and decolonisation, and the manner in which they situated their open textbook production work in relation to broader global power dynamics and epistemic positioning. It was part 2 of 2 interviews.

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Canada's International Development Research Centre

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Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching