Why and How Ontario Colleges and Universities could/should Collaborate with Developing Countries in the Area of Online Learning
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Presentation for ContactNorth/ContactNord, Ontario, Why and How Ontario Colleges and Universities could/should Collaborate with Developing Countries in the Area of Online Learning, 15 December 2011, Sir John Daniel, Commonwealth of Learning // I strongly encourage Ontario’s postsecondary institutions for collaborate with developing countries in online learning. It may well be that Ontario has more to learn from developing countries than the other way around.
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