Human Resource Development and Lifelong Learning for Open Universities
Presented by Professor Asha Kanwar, President & CEO, Commonwealth of Learning, at the 32nd Annual Conference of the Asian Association of Open Universities, 26 October 2018. Co-written with Dr Sanjaya Mishra, Education Specialist: eLearning, COL.
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Daniel, John; Kanwar, Asha; Uvalić-Trumbić, Stamenka (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2007-03-02)China now has the largest postsecondary education system with 21 million students and an Age Participation Rate (APR) of 19%. India lags behind with an APR of 10% and some 10 million students. Creating an innovative society ...
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Life Long Learning and Skills Development: An Investment in Botswana Human Capital for the Development of the Emerging Knowledge Economy Rocke-Collymore, Joanna (2010-11)This paper focuses on The Botswana Technical Education Program (BTEP) which emanated from the need to provide flexible, relevant, technical education and training for the youth in Botswana. The discussion focuses on a case ...
Policy Issues And Human Resource Development Strategies And Challenges In Instituting A Distance Learning Program Within A Conventional University System: The Experience Of Bayero University, Kano Shehu, Salisu (2013-11)The emergence of open and distance education was a result of a combination of factors which are prevalent at both global and local levels. Principal among such factors are the two explosions namely, population and information. ...
Daniel, John; Alluri, Krishna (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2008-11-28)We argue today that universities should do more to tackle the single most important development challenge for most poor countries, which is to improve rural prosperity.