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COL has supported the development of a policy and strategy on employability at universities in Africa, most recently, at Copperbelt University (CBU) in Zambia. As part of a comprehensive project, the university management and academic staff reviewed ...
In collaboration with Athabasca University, Canada, COL is offering the MOOC on Blended Learning Practice (BLPMOOC4), which has been designed to assist teachers in adopting blended learning strategies through a step-by-step constructivist and design ...
COL President and CEO, Professor Asha Kanwar, participated in a virtual event co-hosted by The Globe and Mail, Canada’s leading newspaper, and Athabasca University. Panel discussions focused on the impact of COVID-19 on Canada’s post-secondary ...
COL’s new course, Mobile Learning with Multimedia (MLM1) is now open for registration and begins on October 12, 2020. The course, which is the first of a two-part MOOC, trains participants to develop audio-based learning resources in their ...
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Sri Lankan school principals were introduced to the content and learning activities of the COL supported School-Based Professional Teacher Development (SBPTD) programme being implemented in the country. A recent workshop organised in Colombo in ...
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The Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA), in partnership with the National Institute of Education (NIE), Maldives organised a three-day online capacity building workshop for teachers in September 2020. The workshop ...
In the face of education disruptions and loss of livelihoods due to COVID-19, over 35,000 learners from the Caribbean have joined the COL-Coursera Workforce Recovery Initiative since May 2020, learning job-relevant skills and boosting their ...
COL’s Commonwealth Digital Education Leadership Training in Action (C-DELTA) programme has been nominated as a finalist for the Falling Walls 2020  award in the category of Digital Education. The awards are presented at the annual conference ...
COVID-19 was no barrier to 63 young Ugandans, who have been linked to jobs or internship opportunities in IT-related fields with COL’s support. Through the “ICT for youth employability” project implemented together with the Kampabits youth-based ...
There has been an increased focus on continuous professional development (CPD) of teachers due to COVID-19 to ensure they have the skills and competencies to respond to educational disruptions.  A recent workshop organised by COL in partnership ...