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), 2018-02)This report presents results from an institutional survey regarding the utilisation, management and support of technology-enabled learning (TEL) at Uganda Management Institute (UMI). For brevity, TEL is defined as any ...
(Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU);Open University of Tanzania (OUT);Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL);National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN);Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2018)The Diploma in Mobile Application Development consists of seven courses developed by four Open Universities with COL support. These advanced ICT skill courses are part of COL’s Technology-Enabled Learning initiative and ...
Baseline-Endline Report: Reaching the Unreached (RtU) through Open and Distance Learning (ODL) in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2018-01)This report documents the baseline–endline study by the GIRLS Inspire team’s Reaching the Unreached project to examine the implications of skills training and education for women’s and girls’ empowerment and sustainable ...
(Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU);Open University of Malaysia (OUM);Open University of Tanzania (OUT);Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2018)The Certificate in Web Application Development consists of five courses developed by three Open Universities with COL support. These advanced ICT skill courses are part of COL’s Technology-Enabled Learning initiative and ...