Report to Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting: Edinburgh, UK
Several significant developments have marked the past three years in the life of the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) even though it is a relatively young organisation. They include the appointment of a new President, the introduction of a new structure for its Board of Governors and organisation and the move to less costly and smaller premises. They reflect signs of its growing maturity and its ability to maintain the momentum of its activities in the face of the financial uncertainty that continues to cloud its life.
AuthorCommonwealth of Learning
- Reports 
MetadataShow full item record
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2021-06)COL’s mission is to help governments, institutions and organisations expand the scale, efficiency and quality of learning by using appropriate open, distance and technology-based approaches. In 2021 -2027, COL will: i) ...
Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2014)The President's Quarterly Progress Report for October – December 2014 as presented to the Board of Governors.
Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2012-07)COL’s work is guided by comprehensive Three-Year Plans that are developed through extensive evaluation and consultation. COL’s new Three-Year Plan 2012-2015 has been approved by COL’s Board of Governors and was presented ...
Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2009)Governments face a difficult dilemma in responding to the global economic downturn. On the one hand they must help their people adapt to wrenching change by expanding opportunities for education, training and learning ...
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2017-06)The President's Quarterly Progress Report for April - June 2017 as presented to the Board of Governors.