Collaborative learning in biodiversity: excellence in education through two-way North-South mobility. This SIU NORPART funded project brings together expertise in biodiversity and systematics from Norway and selected countries in eastern Africa to create two-way mobility in teaching and student research.
This project aims to significantly improve the quality of plant biodiversity education at University of Oslo (UiO) and partner institutions outside Norway. The project partners at Addis Ababa University, Kenyatta University, Makerere University, University of Dar es Salaam, University of Zimbabwe and UiO have a long history of fruitful collaboration with each other. Through two-way student and staff mobility we will be able to benefit from each other’s strengths and make lasting improvements to all partners existing curricula in plant biodiversity.