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Sadik Shahadu is an open advocate and a professional project manager with over 4 years of experience in managing community projects.
He is a certified professional at NTEN and currently volunteer in coordinating Wikipedia related projects in Ghana.
He is the co-founder and Director of Communication and partnerships for GOI Foundation.

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Sadik Shahadu

Team #Ghana off to #Stockholm, for #Wikimania 2019. See you soon guys. #Wikipedia

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Wednesday, June 26 2019

The Global Open Initiative Foundation hosted its monthly homebrew website meeting to discuss how they can extend their network to more students in Ghana. The Known OER network is an initiative of the Foundation with seed funding from the Southern Connecticut state university. The project helps the Accra indieweb homebrew website club to build free websites for university students.

These websites allow students to own customized websites on the goifnetwork.org. The purpose of this initiative is to help students to create their own OER by publishing their own learning materials.

Out of 15 university students, 5 students have already received their own websites!

Visit: GOIF network or Our meta page to learn more.

Hosting an indieweb Africa summit in Ghana

The team also invited Greg Mcveery, a mentor and a member of the advisory board for Global Open Initiative Foundation to discuss the possibility of organising an indieweb Africa summit in Ghana.

 

Sadik Shahadu

Accra indieweb homebrew website club meeting by Global Open Initiative Foundation (Wednesday, June 26 2019)

1 min read

Wednesday, June 26 2019

The Global Open Initiative Foundation hosted its monthly homebrew website meeting to discuss how they can extend their network to more students in Ghana. The Known OER network is an initiative of the Foundation with seed funding from the Southern Connecticut state university. The project helps the Accra indieweb homebrew website club to build free websites for university students.

These websites allow students to own customized websites on the goifnetwork.org. The purpose of this initiative is to help students to create their own OER by publishing their own learning materials.

Out of 15 university students, 5 students have already received their own websites!

Visit: GOIF network or Our meta page to learn more.

Hosting an indieweb Africa summit in Ghana

The team also invited Greg Mcveery, a mentor and a member of the advisory board for Global Open Initiative Foundation to discuss the possibility of organising an indieweb Africa summit in Ghana.