Case Studies on OER-based eLearning
Preface Case Studies: Open University of Sri Lanka Integrating OER in a Teacher Education Course by Shironica Karunanayaka Indira Gandhi National Open University OER-based Post Graduate Diploma in e-Learning by G. Mythili National Institute of Open Schooling Open Educational Resource Initiative by S.K. Prasad Wawasan Open University Developing a Fully OER-based Course by Mohan B. Menon References Brief Profile of the Editors and Authors
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A Baseline Study on Technology-Enabled Learning in the Commonwealth Pacific Island Countries: Report Vaa, Leatuaolevao R (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2015-11)This report presents an overview of the developments related to technology-enabled learning in the nine Commonwealth countries of the Pacific as in June 2015. The author provides in-depth analyses of specific country ...
A Digital Education Transformation Roadmap to Achieve a Distributed Learning Ecosystem: Case-Study of the University of Mauritius Santally, Mohammad I (2019-09)The University of Mauritius embarked on the open and distance learning journey in 1993 and engaged in the promotion of distance eLearning and technology - enhanced learning in 2001. The University ...
Contextual Background to supporting Learning in the Digital Age: A comparative Study of Botswana and Lesotho Kolosoa, Lineo C; Sebopelo, Phineas (2010-11)The government of Botswana in line with its Vision 2016, the National Development Plans – NDP-8 and NDP-9, developed a National ICT Policy which envisioned to position Botswana for sustainable growth in the digital age by ...
Bello, Abdul-Rahoof A (2010-11)This paper intends to highlight the current efforts by the Nigerian government at adapting the use of modern facilities provided by the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the implementation of policies on ...
Fongkong-Munga, Claudette; Emmanuel, Royston (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2019-09)The goal of this exploratory case study was to improve the quality of a tertiary level course in media and technology education by opening up new learning experiences for students located at two physically distant Caribbean ...