Dominica

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Dominica

Introduction

  • Dominica, The Commonwealth of Dominica, popularly known as Dominica, is an island nation in the Caribbean Sea.
  • Population is 71,540 (July 2000, estim).

Overview of Education in Dominica

For a brief overview of Dominica's higher education system, please see Pocket statistics: Tertiary Education in Dominica.

Members of the VUSSC focal point in Dominica

Serrant, Ted (Dominica)

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Position Senior Planning Officer, Education Planning Unit
Affiliation Ministry of Education, Youth Affairs, Sports & HRD
Location Roseau, Dominica
Node role Advisory group member
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Joseph, Stephen (Dominica)

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Position Lecturer
Affiliation Faculty of Education, Dominica State College
Location Roseau, Dominica
Node role Advisory group member
Brief Biography Dominica State College main page



Stewart Marshall (West Indies)

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Position Director
Affiliation The University of the West Indies
Location Cave Hill Campus, Bridgetown, Barbados
Node role Advisory group member
Brief Biography Professor Stewart Marshall is the Director of The University of the West Indies Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC). UWIDEC currently operates in 16 countries and 30 sites throughout the Caribbean. Stewart is also Project Director of the Caribbean Universities Project for Integrated Distance Education (CUPIDE).

Although originally an electrical engineer with the Central Electricity Generating Board in the UK, Stewart has worked in higher education since 1973 in England, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Southern Africa and now in the Caribbean. Just prior to taking up his position at UWI, he was the foundation Dean and a Professor of the Faculty of Informatics and Communication at Central Queensland University in Australia.

Stewart’s research interests are in the role of information and communication technologies in distance education and community development, especially in developing countries. He is Chief Editor of the International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT) - an e-journal that provides free and open access to all of its content.

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