Browsing Reports by Subject "Capacity Building"
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- ItemOpen AccessImproving the Efficacy of Mentorship with an Open Education Ecosystem(2022-07) Commonwealth of Learning (COL)New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has funded the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) to implement a project to contribute to enhanced capacity and efficiency of Pacific education sectors through greater use of innovative delivery mechanisms and technology. This report provides an improved mentorship model for the capacity development courses of the Partnership for Open Distance and Flexible Learning Project. This report highlights the need to nurture a Pacific regional ecosystem to realise sustainable solutions for the future and proposes the establishment of a ‘Collaborative OER Technology Community’ drawing on the success of ‘platform cooperativism’.
- ItemOpen AccessOER Capacity Building - Yaba College of Technology(2016-07) Deurwaarder, J M; Abeywardena, Ishan S; Mead Richardson, AlisonThe workshop was held at the Academic Board Chamber of YCT from May 18-25, 2016 with approximately 50 participants. By the end of the input, it was expected that YCT would have a set of blueprints and good quality learning materials for short non-formal courses to start in 2016-2017 which meet the skills training needs of their local community.
- ItemOpen AccessOER Capacity Building – The Open University of Sri Lanka(2016-07) Kamal, Mostafa A; Abeywardena, Ishan SThe Commonwealth of Learning (COL) in collaboration with the Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL) organized a capacity building workshop on the use/reuse of OER in ODL course development for academic staff of OUSL on February 15-16, 2016 at OUSL main campus in Colombo.
- ItemOpen AccessReport of the Baseline Study on Technology-Enabled Learning Implementation at Nakuru Training Institute(2022-11) Wamuga, Joseph MwangiThis report presents the findings of a baseline study conducted at Nakuru Training Institute (NTI), Kenya, to establish the status of access to and use of information and communication technologies (ICT) for teaching and learning. The purpose of the study was to assess how prepared NTI is to implement technology-enabled learning (TEL) by adopting a systematic approach of policy formulation, capacity building and infrastructure improvement. The findings will help identify the gaps in the skills of NTI instructors and learners and support the policy development process for TEL.