The life of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), launched in 2000, officially draws to a close in 2015. To establish a new set of goals ready for adoption in September 2015 during the 70th UN General Assembly, the UN Secretary General has... Read More
Is the cost of your textbooks prohibitive? Are you dependent on your local collage library to access those few copies of the recommended textbooks? If you are thinking that the answer to these questions is yes in any developing country, you need to... Read More
8 March 2014 is International Women's Day International Women's Day (IWD) has now become a day for celebrating the progress towards gender equality and women's empowerment around the world, but as its founders intended, it should continue to be a... Read More
How can an elementary class of children in a small school on an atoll in the Maldives access quality textbooks? Can the bush people in Kabale district of Uganda be reached for training in bee-keeping? What devices will be needed to train teachers in... Read More
UNESCO’s World Radio Day is 13 February 2014. Radio is popular amongst the public as a low-cost technology for information, education and entertainment. It is ideal for areas having low literacy or for serving small specialised audiences, such as... Read More
The Commonwealth of Learning has been interested in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) from three perspectives: i) cutting through the hype to examine the... Read More
I am very honoured and proud to be President of COL as it completes 25 years of operations. It has been a long and eventful journey on which many people from around the Commonwealth have accompanied COL. We salute each one of them for their valuable... Read More
Tablet computing is a trending innovation that holds great potential in the learning and development context. These mobile devices place education in the hands of learners, wherever they may be, and present endless possibilities for improving the... Read More