Access and Success: What are the Links?
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. We must judge our efforts by the success of those who engage in the learning that we facilitate. I mean success not just in gaining the certification on offer, but in using their new skills and knowledge for the development of themselves and their communities.
- 2006-2010 
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Daniel, John (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2010-11-28)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 ...
Maharey, Steve (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2010-11-25)I was delighted to receive and accept the invitation from Sir John Daniel on behalf of the Commonwealth of Learning to speak at the Sixth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning about distance learning at Massey University ...
Burnett, Nicholas (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2008-07-14)Slides and video of a presentation at the Fifth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning, London, UK, 14 July 2008. Presented by Mr. Nicholas Burnett, UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Education.
Daniel, John (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2008-07-17)The programme has been so rich and extensive that each one of us could only experience a small part of it. We each saw our own tip of the iceberg. All I can do in this short address is to give my view of the tip of the ...
Daniel, John (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-10-31)My task in the next few minutes is to set the scene for this conference. Although today is the opening ceremony, hundreds of colleagues around the globe have already been taking part in PCF4 for several months through four ...