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Globalization, Competitiveness and Open and Distance Education: Reflections on Quality Assurance
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1997-11-11)
Globalization, Competitiveness and Open and Distance Education: Reflections on Quality Assurance by Professor Gajaraj Dhanarajan, President, The Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, to the Asian Association of Open ...
Distance Education: Status and Issues
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1996-10-21)
The development of open and distance learning during the last 25 years has been described as a response to increased needs and demands on the educational sector by population growth and economic and societal necessities.
Education: A New Vision
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1998-02-20)
According to an Australian development agency some 150 million young people, mainly from developing countries, will seek access to tertiary education by the year 2025. Many more wishing to upgrade their skills will strive ...
Distance Education And The New Technologies
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1996-08-25)
I have this challenge to describe to you in ten minutes the world of distance education - an educational sector that is probably the fastest growing in the world, has some 867 institutions, uses, both experimentally or ...
Education in the New Millennium: Supporting a Learning Society
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1996-11-01)
The organisers of this seminar invited me to speak on the present developments and future trends in Education as we prepare for the new millennium. Those of you who know me well enough also know that while I am modestly ...
Partnership or Paternalism
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1996-08-13)
There are many things about OUR century that we can be proud of. Colonialism is by and large gone and most countries are now independent; more and more people want to participate in making their communities work and the ...
Opening Remarks: Educational Technology 2000
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1996-08)
I believe that access is what this Conference is all about; it is certainly what the Commonwealth of Learning is all about. And the miracles of educational technology make access possible now on a scale heretofore unimagined.