The Gender Dimension of Open and Distance Learning
The Fourth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open and Distance Learning is an important opportunity for all of us engaged in Open and Distant Learning to reaffirm our commitment to the provision of education for all and to gauge the level of our contribution to fighting poverty and thus release the brakes to the development processes in our societies.
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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 ...
Banks, Frank (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2010-11-25)I am very grateful to Sir John Daniel and the Commonwealth of Learning for inviting me to talk to you about ‘Revamping Teacher Education’, one of the themes that we are considering at this conference.
Seelig, Caroline (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2010-11-28)I am pleased to have been given the opportunity to talk to you about skills development. There is no doubt that governments and institutions around the world have reached a critical stage where we must increase our efforts ...
Whiteman, Burchell (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2010-11-28)Transcript and link to video of the closing remarks to the 6th Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning, Kochi, Kerala, India, 28 November 2010. Presented by The Hon. Burchell Whiteman, O.J., Chair of COL's Board of Governors.
Ali, Anuwar (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2010-11-26)Building a well-developed community is a formidable but necessary challenge for many nations. An ideal community should fulfil all economic, social, material and spiritual needs of each and every one of its members; and ...