Case Studies on OER-based e-Learning

The four case studies in this collection (Open University of Sri Lanka; Indira Gandhi National Open University; National Institute of Open Schooling; Wawasan Open University) show how these educational organisations are meeting these challenges and supporting open education practices. Work being carried out at the Open University of Sri Lanka is a testament to the development of engaged, self-directed and enriched learning opportunities as well as globally aware learners. Initiatives at the Indira Gandhi National Open University offer examples of innovative teaching, and creative use of learning technologies for developing academic capability and capacity, as well as scholarship in learning and teaching. The story of the National Institute of Open Schooling shows how this organisation is reaching many more students with the use of flexible modes of study, personalised learning, supporting learners and embracing social inclusion and diversity. Finally, work at Wawasan Open University epitomises the development of focussed courses, for promoting and pursuing academic quality and outstanding graduate outcomes.

Surveys & Reports
Wednesday, January 1, 2014 (All day)
Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA)
Som Naidu, Sanjaya Mishra
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