Open Universities in the 21st Century: Concept Note
Prepared by the Commonwealth of Learning for the Roundtable of Vice Chancellors of Commonwealth Open Universities in Asia and Africa, 23-24 April 2019, New Delhi, India.
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The Dilemmas of Teaching and Assessing Soft Skills and their Implications for Quality of University Graduates in Tanzania Sanga, Philipo Lonati (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2019-09)The qualifications that matter most for this century are ostensibly related to the demonstrated mastery of essential compet encies referred to as soft skills . Studying academic content ought not to be the ...
The Regional Community of Practice (CoP) Quality Assurance Guidelines in Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2019-03)The guidelines are intended for institutions to conduct quality reviews of their Open and Distance Learning (ODL) courses. Member of the Commonwealth of Learning (COL)’s Regional Community of Practice for Quality Assurance ...
Mohee, Romeela (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2019-04)This publication contributes to the debate surrounding Quality Assurance in higher education, highlighting good practices in the context of distance and blended learning in Southern African universities. The case studies ...
Using Design & Animation Concepts to Produce Animated Instructional Resources that Can Facilitate Open Distance Learning in Science and Technology Education Kwasu, Isaac A; Yalams, Simon M; Ema, Ema (2013-11)This paper presents an outline on how teachers can use “The Design Process and Animation Techniques to produce animated instructional resources (AIR) which, can be used to facilitate Open Distance Learning in especially ...
Quality Assurance Issues in Work Integrated Learning through Open and Distance Education in Nigeria Awonuga, Olukayode O (2010-11)The trend at which distance education is moving these days has become increasingly noticeable in leaps and bounds. This is very much evident from the increasing enrolment in open and distance learning (ODL) institutions ...