ICT Leadership in Higher Education Selected Readings
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Integrating Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in education is highly challenging, especially in the higher education sector. While there are several factors for successful integration of ICTs in teaching and learning, strong leadership support and institutional commitment play a significant role. Leadership has been regarded as a critical component in successful ICT integration in education (Kirkland & Sutch, 2009). While distributed leadership and shared responsibility are necessary to sustain any innovation and implementation of technology plan in higher education, the vision of leadership with reference to ICTs become important in taking initiatives, and develop action plan for implementation
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Improving the Quality of Basic Education Through the Use of Gender-Sensitive Student Councils: Experience of Six Selected Districts in Tanzania Mnubi, Godfrey M (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2017-07)This paper analyses whether the gender-sensitive and democratically elected student councils helped in strengthening school leadership and providing a platform for increased awareness and advocacy for male and female ...
Improving the Quality of Education Through the Use of Gender-Sensitive Student Councils: Experience of Five Selected Districts in Tanzania Mnubi, Godfrey M (Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)This study explores the practical aspects of gender-sensitive and democratically elected student councils in terms of strengthening school leadership and governance and providing a platform for increased awareness and ...
Tait, Alan (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1997)This publication marks the first collection to emerge from the work of the COL/ICDE quality assurance research group, chaired jointly by Jocelyn Calvert (Deakin University) and Alan Tait (UK Open University). It consists ...
Leadership in Open and Distance Learning at the Namibia University of Science and Technology to Ensure Competitive Advantage and Optimum Benefits Mowes, Delvaline (Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)This paper reports on the changed nature of the role of universities in the 21st century. Specifically, the author argues that the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST), while remaining a university of academic ...
Mukhopadhyay, Marmar; Phillips, Susan (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1994)The first open school programme is believed to have begun in 1914 as correspondence lessons prepared at the request of a parent in Beech Forest in the Otway Mountains in Australia. By 1916, a special correspondence branch ...