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Developing a Common Wealth of Learning: Selected speeches of Sir John Daniel and colleagues
(commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2006)
Part of the mission of the Commonwealth of Learning is to show intellectual leadership in the application of technology to learning. Although electronic communication is fast becoming a vehicle of choice for the discourse ...
Distance Education: Threats and Opportunities: Selected speeches and website blogs of Sir John Daniel and colleagues 2009-2010
(commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2010)
This selection of speeches from 2009 and 2010 is entitled Distance Education: Threats and Opportunities. It also includes some entries from the blog that COL has introduced since the publication of the previous booklet. Open, ...
Speeches: By Sir John Daniel and colleagues August/September 2005)
(commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2005)
This booklet contains the texts of six speeches that I delivered at conferences and symposia during the trip. Because their access to the Internet is sometimes limited, African colleagues whom I met often asked for ‘hard ...
Learning for Development: Selected speeches of Sir John Daniel and colleagues September 2006 - February 2007
(commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2007)
This collection is entitled Learning for Development because that is the focus of COL’s work. In abstract terms we follow Amartya Sen’s definition of development as freedom whilst our operational framework for development ...
Open and Distance Learning in a Changing World: Selected speeches of Sir John Daniel and colleagues (2007-2008)
(commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2009)
This booklet contains an open letter to the next US president – written before the election – and six speeches delivered in different countries at various events. In giving the selection the title Open and Distance ...
Communications, the Commonwealth and the Future
(Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver and The University of Hull Press, UK, 5/10/1994)
The Inaugural Commonwealth Lecture (since renamed to the Asa Briggs lecture) delivered in The Middleton Hall of The Universily of Hull on 10 May 1994, by Professor David Dilks, Vice Chancellor, The University of Hull.