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The Role of Open and Distance Learning in Skills Development: A Papua New Guinean Case Study
A skills based society is one that will help it to move forward and progress in development. Skills come hand in hand with Knowledge – i.e. new skills are always needed to complement new knowledge acquired. Open and Distance ...
Toward Leveraging Open Source Technologies: Training teachers in the use of Moodle (LMS) at the University of the South Pacific
The introduction of the learning management system (LMS) has been a challenge for many educational institutions in terms of providing proper training and up-skilling the teaching staff in the use of LMS and effectively ...
Upskilling Pacific Police Officers
It is essential for police officers in the Pacific region to be upskilled because in today’s changing face of crimes, the officers need to be able to equip themselves with knowledge and skills so that they truly serve and ...
Investment and innovation to better support industry and learner needs
Australia’s Victorian State Government is committed to providing accessible, high quality, industry and learner-relevant open and distance education for all Victorians. This is critical to ensuring individual prosperity ...
Resolving technical infrastructure disparities in wide-area, cross-border geographical zones to deliver effective training modules
The Award began in 1956 in the UK, where it is known as The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Over the last 54 years it has spread across the globe, because the philosophy and the format have proved attractive and adaptable to ...