School Networking in the Pacific Island States: An environmental scan and plan for the establishment of schoolnets for the Pacific island states
This report is the result of a study focused on the establishment and promotion of school networking agencies (schoolnets) in the Pacific island states. The Commonwealth of Learning, based in Vancouver, Canada, commissioned the study. The task comprises an environmental scan and feasibility study leading to a proposal for the development of school networking in the region.
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Narayan, Sharishna; Mays, Tony; Naidu, Som; Perris, Kirk (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2021-04)This publication on out-of-school-children (OOSC) in the Pacific is a timely and important contribution to consider interventions to ameliorate educational disparities in the region. A contemporary view of the nine Pacific ...
A Baseline Study on Technology-Enabled Learning in the Commonwealth Pacific Island Countries: Report Vaa, Leatuaolevao R (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2015-11)This report presents an overview of the developments related to technology-enabled learning in the nine Commonwealth countries of the Pacific as in June 2015. The author provides in-depth analyses of specific country ...
Filho, Walter L (1994)The United Nations Assembly's decision to dedicate the year of 1994 as the UN Year of Small Island States and the subsequent decision to organise a conference at the highest level to discuss aspects of environment and ...
Bakalevu, Salanieta (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2011)The country Report in this study confirm that the provision of conventional schooling is neither adequate nor effective in fulfilling the national and regional aspirations of EFA. The Report highlight uneven access to ...
Rajagopalan, T (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2011-01)Open schooling is indeed a concept that has the potential of revolutionizing society at large and bringing out the best in people since it motivates the learners to strive and achieve. Reaching the unreached - this about ...