Isaac Mulolani is the Open Educational Resources Program Manager in the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Regina (2020 – 2023). He works with the library staff to manage the open education initiatives across the University of Regina. The University of Regina is currently increasing its use of open resources across the institution and looking to implement a zero-cost materials courses initiative. In addition to this, the University of Regina is incorporating open educational practices into its open education workflow. Several recent works have been faculty initiated open pedagogy projects involving students as co-creators. This has dovetailed perfectly with one of the University’s themes in its recent strategic plan (2020 -2025): involving students in discovery that arises from active learning.
He started his interest in the open movement back in open-source software in 1997 and has continued to maintain an interest in open-source software, open technologies and open resources. In 2016, he was involved in the creation of four open resources under a funded grant from the Government of Saskatchewan in Canada.