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International Literacy and Livelihoods Experts Meeting: Learning for Life in a Changing World
(Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2004)
The Commonwealth of Learning (COL) is renewing its commitment to the enhancement of literacy in the developing countries of the Commonwealth by establishing a programme area focused on Literacy and Livelihoods. While the ...
Forum on Flexible Education: Reaching Nomadic Populations in Africa
(Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2007)
The Forum was held in Garissa, Kenya, from 20-23 June 2006. It was hosted by the Kenyan Ministry of Education and UNICEF, and funded by the Commonwealth of Learning and the Commonwealth Secretariat. The objectives of the ...
ICTs for higher education
(Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2009)
A background paper from the Commonwealth of Learning for the UNESCO World Conference on Higher Education; Paris, 5-8 July 2009.
Portable FM Radio Stations: Broadcasting with the Sun
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2002-12)
Community radio case studies: case two. Prepared by the Commonwealth of Learning and UNESCO (BREDA) and presented at the: UNESCO Conference of Ministers of Education of African Member States (MINEDAF VIII), Dar es Salaam, ...
Comparing learning effectiveness based on use of different media for delivery of content
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2004-07)
In an attempt to understand better how the use of different media of delivery of content at a distance affect learning effectiveness, the Commonwealth of Learning initiated a survey of adult learners engaged in workplace ...
Welcoming Remarks: Second Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2002-07-29)
Transcript of welcoming remarks at the Opening Ceremony of the Second Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning ("Transforming Education for Development"), Durban, South Africa, 29 July 2002. Presented by Dr. H. Ian Macdonald, ...
Why is Open Learning Failing the Masses of Africa?
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2002-07)
The title of this paper is to some extent a rhetorical question. It reflects the rhetorical rather than scientific or academic purpose of the paper. It is given not so much to find provable answers as to stimulate the ...
Think globally, learn locally: Democratising learning for international organisations
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-10)
In the lead up to the millennium, the rapid development of the World Wide Web, internet and word processing technologies began to change the way we communicate, work, learn, and live. In its most positive light, information ...
Asa Briggs Lecture: Using ICT to Increase Participation and Strengthen Democracy
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-11-01)
Asa Briggs Lecture presented by Mr Winston A. Cox, Alternate Executive Director for the Bahamas, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago, Inter-American Development Bank, at the Fourth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on ...
Asa Briggs Lecture: Compulsions of Oneness
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2004-07-04)
Asa Briggs Lecture presented by Sir Shridath ("Sonny") Ramphal, former Commonwealth Secretary-General (1975-1990) and former Foreign Minister of Guyana, at the Third Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning, 4 July 2014, ...