INVEST Africa Quality Assurance and Recognition Scheme
COL recognises that participation by our partner institutions involves the contribution of their human and physical resources and acceptance of the values of INVEST Africa. These proposals for a partner recognition scheme are an attempt to recognise this contribution. The scheme has to be easy to implement. COL is not an accrediting authority, nor does it want to become one. It is not intended to be a comprehensive accreditation framework covering all operational categories of the institution. Formal national accreditation schemes are assumed to exist. Areas such as institutional policy and management are included only insofar as it relates directly to INVEST Africa aims, while financial stability, general estate management, national curricula and assessment are all assumed to be covered by the other accreditation frameworks that the institution will normally comply with. Also, the INVEST Africa scheme cannot be expressed in strict compliance terms and must try to operate unobtrusively alongside existing formal systems whether national or international e.g. ISO standards.
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Perris, Kirk; Mohee, Romeela (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2018-04-17)Presented by Professor Romeela Mohee, Education Specialist: Higher Education, COL, and Dr Kirk Perris, Adviser: Education, COL, at a quality assurance workshop (as part of the Partnership for Enhanced and Blended Learning ...
Mohee, Romeela; Mhlanga, E (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2020-03)This Quality Assurance in Higher Education in Africa online course provides an insight of how to tackle the challenges and address the changes from a quality assurance perspective. It also shows how to conduct internal ...
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2016-07)Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have emerged as an educational innovation with the potential to increase access to and improve the quality of education. Different stakeholders in education view MOOCs from different ...
Commonwealth of Learning; UNISA (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver and UNISA, South Africa, 2007)What follows is a report on the findings of the Trial Audit Panel (TAP) after studying a range of documentation before and during the audit and discussing issues with a wide range of Unisa staff during our visit to the ...
Kanwar, Asha; Umar, Abdurrahman (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2013-07-30)Keynote Presentation: Distance Education and Teachers Training in Africa Conference 2013 (DETA), Kenya Science Campus College of Education & External Studies, University of Nairobi, Kenya, 30 July 2013, Presented by Professor ...