Lesson 1: Commonwealth of Learning
This page is actually for practicing only and not meant to describe about the Commonwealth of Learning (COL)
COL is an intergovernmental organisation based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Good sources for photos are either flickr and the site is at:
Another site is http://Commons.wikimedia.org
when in the web site, a photo or video relevant to the text could be selected and saved on the desktop, with a name that would help you access for use.
when the picture is uploaded in the wiki page, on the top of the photo you will find a reference tag that will have 'Image:and the file'.
For uploading a picture here is a picture of Alpine flora from commons: (you need to use the following so that the inputs could be uploaded).
PRACTICING USE OF TEMPLATES FOR PEDAGOGY
The learning outcomes are:
1. number one 2. number two 3. number three
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