Distance Education at the University of the South Pacific
Report of the review of distance education at the University of the South Pacific initiated towards the end of 1989
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Bakalevu, Salanieta; Narayan, Neelam (2010-11)This paper will discuss the systems of open schooling that exists at the USP. A combined system of the complementary and alternative forms of open schooling (Daniel and Ferreira, 2008) operates through the Continuing and ...
Report of the Training Consultancy in Distance Education Course Development for the Pacific Region:August and September 1990: Suva and Port Vila Robertson, William D; Mattock, Dale L (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 1990)This report describes the details and outcomes of a project undertaken by the Commonwealth of Learning during August and September 1990 to provide staff development training in distance education course development to ...
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2015-11)The University of the South Pacific (USP) requested the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) to lead an international panel to review the efficiency and effectiveness of its flexible learning (FL) education programmes. The ...
Designing Technical Vocation and Educational Training (TVET) Courses for the first time at the University of the South Pacific Koroivulaono, Theresa B; Seth, Kerishma (2013-11)“Throughout the world, governments are renewing efforts to promote technical and vocational education and training (TVET) with the belief that skill formation enhances productivity and sustains competitiveness in the global ...
Toward Leveraging Open Source Technologies: Training teachers in the use of Moodle (LMS) at the University of the South Pacific Narayan, Neelam; Panda, Santosh; Seth, Kerishma (2010-11)The introduction of the learning management system (LMS) has been a challenge for many educational institutions in terms of providing proper training and up-skilling the teaching staff in the use of LMS and effectively ...