The Partnership for Enhanced and Blended Learning (PEBL) aims to address the critical academic staff shortages many east African universities are currently facing. It enables universities to share scarce teaching resources through quality assured, credit-bearing degree courses delivered through blended learning.
By participating in PEBL, east African universities are able to expand the range of courses offered to students enrolled on taught undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, and ease the teaching burden placed on their staff.
The PEBL project also grows the educational development capacity of its partner universities by building expertise in effective blended learning techniques.
Through this innovative approach, PEBL is enhancing regional collaboration, teaching quality, and student outcomes - helping to ensure that students graduate from east African universities with the relevant skills and knowledge needed for the workplace in a dynamic and changing economic climate.
Lead partner: The ACU
Commission for University Education (Kenya)
Commonwealth of Learning (Canada)
Kenyatta University (Kenya)
Makerere University (Uganda)
Open University of Tanzania (Tanzania)
State University of Zanzibar (Tanzania)
Staff and Educational Development Association (UK)
Strathmore University (Kenya)
University of Edinburgh (UK)
University of Rwanda (Rwanda)
Africa Nazarene University (Kenya)
Bugema University (Uganda)
INES Ruhengeri (Rwanda)
Kampala International University (Uganda)
Kenya Methodist University (Kenya)
Kibogora Polytechnic (Rwanda)
Kigali Independent University (ULK) (Rwanda)
Maseno University (Kenya)
Moi University (Kenya)
Mzumbe University Tanzania (Tanzania)
Riara University (Kenya)
St. John's University of Tanzania (Tanzania)
St. Paul's University (Kenya)
Scott Christian University (Kenya)
United States International University (Kenya)
University of Eastern Africa Baraton (Kenya)
University of Nairobi (Kenya)
University of Technlogy and Arts of Byumba (Rwanda)