Editorial: Technology-Enabled Learning: OER, MOOCs, and other TEL Designs
In a recent work, published by the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) (Panda & Mishra, 2020), we critically reflected upon the future of technology-enabled learning (TEL) and how to mainstream TEL into teaching-learning and training at all levels of education. Based on critical works of researchers and scholars, the critical reflection was structured within the lens of policy, pedagogy, and practice. It was argued that digital technologies facilitating educational and learning designs need to address the foundational concerns of collaborative, participatory, connected and creative learning.
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Panda, Santosh (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2021-07-20)In a recent publication, Mishra and Panda (2020) reasserted ‘policy-capacity-technology’ as a theory of change model in effective implementation of technology-enabled learning (TEL), and at the same time underlined “to ...
Panda, Santosh (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2020-03-20)Considerable attention has been paid, in the recent past, to technology-enabled learning (TEL) and how digital technologies have been facilitating teachers, learners and trainers in transforming the ways they approach ...
Editorial: COVID-19 Pandemic and Innovations in Institutional Transformation, Technology and Pedagogy Panda, Santosh (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2020-11-20)Given the concern and the context, the Editorial Board of JL4D at the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) took a considered decision to devote its November 2020 issue to ‘Covid and Learning for Development’. The 18 papers and ...
Panda, Santosh (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2021-11-19)‘Learning for development,’ or for that matter the broader formulation of ‘education for development,’ has attracted greater attention during the past decades with further articulations within lifelong learning/ education, ...
Panda, Santosh (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2020-07-20)The work of the Commonwealth of Learning, as also that of many governmental and institutional initiatives, has been, in the past, based on ‘policy-capacity-technology’ as a theory of change framework within which national ...