OAsis, COL’s Open Access Repository
OAsis is the Commonwealth of Learning’s online institutional repository for learning resources and publications. The publications found here are licensed under Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 and can be freely downloaded for reuse and adaptation with attribution to COL (exceptions are noted).
COL is an intergovernmental organisation that promotes the development and sharing of open learning and helps Commonwealth Member States and institutions harness the potential of distance learning and technologies for expanding access to education and training.
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(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2018-12-10)Delivered by Professor Asha Kanwar, President & CEO, Commonwealth of Learning at the Asia COL Focal Points Meeting, New Delhi, India, 10 December 2018.
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2018-12)Affordable access to higher education is a major challenge for small Pacific island nations. The University of the South Pacific which is owned and governed by twelve island nations in this region plays a special role in ...
Eliciting In-service Teachers' Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge for 21st-Century Skills in Tanzania (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2018-12)The Tanzania Vision 2025 articulates the country's aspiration of becoming an industrialized and middle-income country by 2025. The education sector, which is the main driving force towards realizing this goal, is expected ...
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2018-12)Like all organisations, good governance is a fundamental requirement for the responsible and accountable management of universities in general and open universities in particular. This is to ensure that these (open) ...
A Social Justice Framework for Understanding Open Educational Resources and Practices in the Global South (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2018-12)At the heart of the open educational resources (OER) movement is the intention to provide affordable access to culturally relevant education to all. This imperative could be described as a desire to provide education in a ...