रमेश शर्मा Ramesh C Sharma
|Ramesh C Sharma, PhD|
The Sixth Pan- Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning (PCF6) was held during 24- 28 November 2010 at Le-Meridien, Cochin Resort & Convention Centre Kochi, Kerala, India.
The theme of PCF6 was: Access and Success in Learning: Global Development Perspectives.
Analysis of Volunteerism in Guyana
Lets Understand What is WikiEducator?
Teacher-of-the-Year Award in Guyana
The Ministry of Education, Govt of Guyana announced that outstanding teachers will be honoured and rewarded who, through their dedication and commitment have made exceptional contributions. This will cover all nursery, primary, secondary and practical instructional centres and special schools with full-time staff. Read more here
Issues, challenges and accomplishments in Guyana’s education system
Challenge and controversy are common to Guyana’s education system. Setting aside the sheer magnitude of the challenge of financing education, a condition common to developing countries, Guyana, by committing itself to providing free education from nursery to university, has embraced an additional weighty burden which its fragile economy has simply been unable to carry... Read full article here
OERs 4 Open Schools
Facilitators - eL4C39
LIVE WIZIQ session on Saturday, April 24, 2010
Dennis Irvine Lecture on 9th April 2010
WikiEducator: Meeting the Need for Faculty Support for Online Education in Guyana
Workshop on E-Learning held on 14 December 2009
The Institute of Distance and Continuing Education, University of Guyana conducted a workshop on 14 December 2009 on E-Learning. The faculty from University of Guyana; Cyril Potter College of Education, Georgetown; teachers of Guyana Technical Institute etc participated in the workshop. ICT in Distance Education, Open Educational Resources, Copy Right issues, Integration of media into e-learning courses etc were the issues discussed.
The Cape Town Open Education Declaration केप टाऊन मुक्त शिक्षा घोषणा
In September 2007, the Open Society Institute and the Shuttleworth Foundation convened a meeting in Cape Town, South Africa to discuss ways to broaden and deepen their open education efforts and to accelerate efforts to promote open resources, technology and teaching practices in education. The Cape Town Open Education Declaration is an outcome of that meeting.
You can read read the Declaration here
Further you can see all those who have joined this movement here
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Journals of Distance Education
My WikiEd Projects