Education Technology 2000 : A Global Vision for Open and Distance Learning
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Educational Technology 2000: A Global Vision for Open and Distance Learning, held in August 1996, was an opportunity for nearly 200 educators and technologists from 38 countries to gather in Singapore to share, discuss and debate many of the important issues in open and distance learning. This collection of keynote addresses and conference papers is rich in diversity, containing thoughtful analyses and challenges for the future.
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Moving into the Future: A New Vision of Library Service for the National Open University of Nigeria Igwe, Ukoha O (2013-11)Libraries are moving beyond traditional boundaries. Functional libraries for open and distance learning should be appropriately designed to reflect “Libraries beyond libraries: Integration, Innovation and Information for ...
Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 1997)Educational Technology 2000: A Global Vision for Open and Distance Learning, held in August 1996, was an opportunity for nearly 200 educators and technologists from 38 countries to gather in Singapore to share, discuss and ...
Perinbam, Lewis (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1997-11-12)A Time for Vision by Lewis Perinbam, O.C., LL.D. Senior Advisor, External Relations The Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver to the World Conference on "Education India: the Next Millennium" New Delhi, India, 12 November ...
Perinbam, Lewis (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1998-02-20)According to an Australian development agency some 150 million young people, mainly from developing countries, will seek access to tertiary education by the year 2025. Many more wishing to upgrade their skills will strive ...
Analysing Education Policies for the Future: Realising the Vision of Open Distance Learning in 2030 Makoe, Mpine (Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)The future of economic development depends on people who are equipped with competencies and skills that are needed for the knowledge economy. To ensure the sustainability of economic growth, higher education institutions ...