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Distance Education: What Is Its Relevance To Africa And Zambia?
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2005-08-27)
Open and Distance Learning Symposium, 27 August 2005, Lusaka, Zambia, Distance Education: What is its relevance to Africa and Zambia By: Sir John Daniel, President and CEO, Commonwealth of Learning // In the coming years ...
Open and Distance Learning in Small States: Which Models?
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-01-11)
What I shall do is to look at the field of distance education generally and ask what has changed and what has not changed since 1989. This will lead me to comment directly on my subject, namely the appropriate models for ...
Distance Education under Threat: an Opportunity for Africa?
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2010-12-02)
These are confusing times for distance education. On the one hand it has never been so popular. Increasing numbers of students are choosing this mode of study and few tertiary institutions do not now offer some programmes ...
A Decade of Distance Education in the Commonwealth: Achievements and Challenges
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2009-05-18)
National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja, 18 May 2009, Distance Education for the Twenty first Century, Professor Asha Kanwar & Sir John Daniel, Commonwealth of Learning // Our title today is Distance Education for the ...
Open and Distance Learning in Africa
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2005-11-14)
15CCEM Mid-Term Review for Africa and Europe, 14 November 2005, Freetown, Sierra Leone, Open and Distance Learning in Africa by: Sir John Daniel, President & CEO, Commonwealth of Learning // There were six elements in the ...
Distance Education and Open Learning in Africa: What Works or Does Not Work
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1998-05)
This brief paper attempts to summarise the main lessons learnt in the process of establishing open learning and distance education systems in Africa. It focuses on what has or has not worked well, and proposes some measures ...