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Permanand Mohan, The University of the West Indies, Department of Mathematics and Computer ScienceWhere is the Learning in e-Learning? Changing Emphasis from Learning Objects to Learning Designs
Janet Rangou, University of Papua New GuineaWomen academics have the potential to contribute to the Millennium Development Goals in Nation building through Open and Distance Learning in Papua New Guinea.
Judith Soares, University of the West Indies, BarbadosMichael L. Thomas, University of West Indies, BarbadosWomen and ICT for Open and Distance Learning: Some Formal and Non-Formal Approaches, Experiences and Strategies from the Caribbean
Helena Fehr, Commonwealth of LearningWorkshop description: Addressing gender inequalities in education - Challenges and opportunities for ODL
Anthony DeMatteo, Cambridge College, USAWorkshop description: Adult teaching and learning principles
Peter Fenrich, British Columbia Institute of TechnologyWorkshop description: Can Technology Be Used to Effectively Teach Practical Skills?
Ontiretse Tau, Centre for Continuing Education, University of BotswanaRobert Chimedza, Zimbabwe Open UniversityMamolete Mohapi, National University of LesothoJoseph Mutangira, Department of Adult EducationWorkshop description: Collaboration to Build Research Capacity in Distance Education Institutions in Southern Africa
Roger Mills, International Research Foundation for Open and Distance LearningRos Morpeth, International Research Foundation for Open and Distance LearningWorkshop description: Does research in ODL make a difference? If so why does it have such a low profile?
Helena Fehr, Commonwealth of LearningPaul West, Commonwealth of LearningWorkshop description: Strategies for strengthening democracy, good governance and social justice initiatives using ODL
Jeanette Bartley, Continuing Education, Open and Distance Learning, University of TechnologyWorkshop on Institutional Readiness for Facilitating Learner Success in Open and Distance Learning Systems (with particular reference to the experiences of Developing Countries and Small States)
Joris Komen, SchoolNet NamibiaWorkshop on SchoolNets
Sue Dark, E-learning Office, The Open Polytechnic of New ZealandWayne MackintoshWorkshop on Using Open Source Educational Technologies and Open Education Resources to support educational design.
Jorgen Blomqvist, World Intellectual Property OrganizationWorld Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Panel on Copyright
Mitzie Reid, Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of the West IndiesWresting Opportunities in a Globalized World: A Strategy for Securing the Ascendancy of the Caribbean
Jean Mitchell, Institute for Curriculum and Learning Development, University of South AfricaWriting for publication: the value of writing collaboratively
Hennie Beukes, Centre for External Studies, University of NamibiaFlorida Beukes, Centre for External Studies, University of NamibiaWritten assignment feedback as an essential part of students' studies in ODL
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