I was key adviser to T-TEL June 2015-December 2016, http://www.t-tel.org. I am an adviser to the Roger Federer Foundation on a teacher education project in Zambia.
We produced the OER Guidance for Schools 2015): http://oer.educ.cam.ac.uk/wiki/OERGS.
OER4Schools is an active project, OER4Schools (since 2009, now in phase 4). ANTSIT (October 2010 - April 2011) took place in the same settings. All of these projects are about teacher education in SSA. Another teacher education project was the JISC-funded ORBIT project (October 2011 - September 2012). Also see Publications for other outputs. OER4Schools has branched out into
- Kenya (CEMASTEA)
- Rwanda (REB-OLPC)
- Sierra Leone (USL)
- South Africa (UJ and UNISA)
which is where we are currently most active. Other work included this video http://oer.educ.cam.ac.uk/wiki/OER4Schools/Zambia2014 and the "OER Guidance for Schools", http://oer.educ.cam.ac.uk/wiki/OERGS (2014).
Video-related projects include Steeple (2008-2010), CamTV (2008-2010), ICTP WS (2007), OpenLearning (2007-now), VideoUnit (2006-2013), Video Hosting (2005/2006), ScienceLive (2005-2013), and the MediaPlayer (2003-2010). BlueSci (2002-2005) is the Creative Commons licensed popular science magazine, run by University of Cambridge students - still very much active!