eLearning in the Commonwealth Asia
The panel discussion will highlight the eLearning trends in the Commonwealth Asia by sharing the results of an eight country survey conducted recently by the Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA), the regional unit of Commonwealth of Learning (COL). As the access to Internet and bandwidth capacity increases in the Commonwealth Asia, it is important to analyse the growth, developments and trends to help experts, institutions and governments make appropriate decisions to promote the use of technology in learning. The panel discussion will discuss the current scenario and reflect on the possibilities for the future. // Paper ID: 490
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