Access and Success in Learning: Your Conclusions
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In the next few minutes I shall share impressions of the conference. I have called this short intervention Access & Success in Learning: Your Conclusions. I say ‘your conclusions’ because although I have not spoken to all of you I have canvassed my COL colleagues, especially the four theme leaders. They are all sensitive and objective people and I hope that their impressions broadly correspond to your impressions. I have encapsulated some of my own thoughts about the conference in my daily blog.
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Daniel, John (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2010-11-25)Our theme is Access & Success in Learning. This reflects our conviction that it is no longer enough – and it never was enough – to pride ourselves on the role of open and distance methods in widening access to learning. ...
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