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Reports on sessions at PCF5 are available here.

List of Contributions

ID First name Surname Institution Paper
785 Martand Deshmukh I-CONSENT The online bachelor of eEducation: a teacher education programme for educational transformationPDF down.png
678 Balasubramanian Kodhandaraman COL Consultant Building social capital and learning for livelihood: technology-mediated open and distance learning (TechMODE) breaking barriersPDF down.png
805 Sheri Lim Commonwealth of Learning Climate change and water issues: Tech-MODE tools for strengthening community responses in KenyaPDF down.png
452 Venkataraman Balaji ICRISAT An online grid of agricultural learning resources to support open and distance learning for extension and educationPDF down.png
791 Shironica Karunanayaka Open University of Sri Lanka The Master of Arts in Teacher Education (International) storyPDF down.png
784 Som Naidu University of Melbourne Situated learning designs for professional development: fundamental principles and case studiesPDF down.png
394 Rengalakshmi Raj M.S.Swaminathan Research Foundation Open and distance learning for Ecopreneurship: promotion of multiple livelihoods among the women self-help groups in Tamil Nadu, IndiaPDF down.png
187 Robin Mason UK Open University Developing courses with developing countriesPDF down.png
139 Hennie Beukes University of Namibia Open and distance learning as a way to improve the livelihoods of young car guards in NamibiaPDF down.png
422 Mary Wamuyu Ngechu University of Nairobi Instructional media development for non-formal distance learning: factors affecting the adoption of farming messages by poor rural men and women farmersPDF down.png
608 Reynolds Okai University of Education, Winneba Assessment of the effectiveness of open and distance learning as a tool for the training of small scale artisans and technical and vocational students in GhanaPDF down.png
88 Kennedy Edwine Onyango Community Initiatives and Social Support Organization (CISSO) The role of technology in enhancing livelihood support optionsPDF down.png
582 Manzurul Islam Center for Development through Open Learning, Publishing and Communication (CEDOLPC) Open and distance learning /ICT-initiated functional adult literacy for sustainable livelihoods: case study in a pilot project at a remote rural area of BangladeshPDF down.png
747 Muthiah Selliah Palanichamy Tamil Nadu Open University Effective usage of information and communication technologies in promoting livelihood programmes: the Tamil Nadu Open University experiencePDF down.png
357 Peter Fenrich British Columbia Institute of Technology Effective vocational computer-based trainingPDF down.png
306 Sharker Numan Bangladesh Open University Challenges in providing support services to the distant learners of school of science and technology at Bangladesh Open UniversityPDF down.png
216 Savithri Singh University of Delhi Promoting entrepreneurship among rural youth through open and distance learning courses: an experience of using the WikiEducatorPDF down.png
156 Felix Kayode Olakulehin National Open University of Nigeria Effectiveness of proficiency skills development using open and distance learning system in NigeriaPDF down.png
364 Haaveshe Nekongo-Nielsen University of Namibia Radio and the pedagogy of intellectual engagement among cattle farmersPDF down.png
116 Samson Gunga University of Nairobi The cooperative movement in Kenya and its potential for enhancement of information and communications technologies livelihoodsPDF down.png
78 Ramakrishnan Nair Bhaskar E-convergence Technologies Limited Interactive distance learning: using it for functional literacy and vocational skillsPDF down.png
472 Moses Tenywa Makerere University Experiences in implementing the Strengthening Agricultural and Environmental Capacities through Distance Education (SAEC-DE) projectPDF down.png
474 Moses Tenywa Makerere University Strengthening higher education institutions in Sub-Saharan AfricaPDF down.png
529 Malathy Anandavalli Indira Gandhi National Open University Open and distance learning for vocational education: the experience of Indira Gandhi National Open UniversityPDF down.png
380 Barry Golding University of Ballarat Common wealth through community men’s sheds: lives and learning networks beyond workPDF down.png
129 A.K.M. Iftekhar Khalid Bangladesh Open University Changes of learners' socio-economic context after completing a professional education from Bangladesh Open UniversityPDF down.png
448 Joshua Underwood London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education, University of London Learning to Design Technology Enhanced Learning for Rural Livelihoods and DevelopmentPDF down.png
190 Jan Beniest World Agroforestry Centre Some experiences in blended learning for agriculture and natural resources managementPDF down.png
430 Peter van de Pol Radio Netherlands Training Center (RNTC) Training the eTeachers: a case study of introducing tailor-made eLearning for vocational education in Costa RicaPDF down.png
352 Trudie Frindt University of Namibia Preparing out-of-school youth for work: an evaluation of the Municipality Assisted Training Scheme in Keetmanshoop, NamibiaPDF down.png
255 Rokosiga Morrison University of the South Pacific Improving the livelihoods of women in rural areas through distance educationPDF down.png
579 Anare Tuitoga University of the South Pacific Plant genetics resources to change people’s livelihoodsPDF down.png
607 Alison Cross University College of the Caribbean The CEMBA/CEMPA as a critical training opportunity for human capital development for the Caribbean Region: the case of the University College of the CaribbeanPDF down.png
192 Murthy Copparapu Amity University Use of convergent mobile technologies for sustainable economic transformation in the lives of small farmers in rural IndiaPDF down.png
469 Kevin Perkins Developing Countries Farm Radio Network A radio scriptwriting competition: training African radio broadcasters to create and exchange programmes on climate change adaptation for farmersPDF down.png
335 Ceronne Prevatt Ministry of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Life skills online: sustainable money management modulePDF down.png
622 Alison Cross University College of the Caribbean Towards a proposed Caribbean Knowledge City: an investment destination for quality higher educationPDF down.png
206 Md. Tofazzal Islam Bangladesh Open University Appropriateness of curricula, technology choice and methods of assessment: a study of vocational education programmes in agriculture through distance modePDF down.png
131 Ashok Gaba Indira Gandhi National Open University Distance education and human resource development: a tracer study of vocational education programmes of Indira Gandhi National Open UniversityPDF down.png
71 Phineas Sebopelo Botswana College of Distance and Open Learning Exploring the introduction of eLearning as a delivery modePDF down.png
158 Mitzie Jacqueline Reid University of the West Indies Extending the reach of education: generating employment for the marginalisedPDF down.png
471 Moses Tenywa Makerere University Using information and communications technologies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Uganda international agricultural systemsPDF down.png
436 Satyadev Rosunee University of Mauritius Empowering fashion and textiles in Madagascar through distance learningPDF down.png
363 Ralph von Kaufmann Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA) New approaches to strengthening human and institutional capacity for improving rural livelihoods in AfricaPDF down.png
169 P. Vijayalakshmi Pandit Dr B.R. Ambedkar Open University Open and distance learning technology for development of livelihoods: reflections on case studies of rural IndiaPDF down.png
331 Alison Mead Richardson Francistown College of Technical & Vocational Education Crossing the chasm: introducing flexible learning into the Botswana Technical Education ProgrammePDF down.png
443 Sanjay Jasola Wawasan Open University A model for use of WikiEducator for offering free vocational coursesPDF down.png
682 Prakash Lonkar Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University Institutionalisation of TechMODE: learning in framework, systems and policy model developments from the Maharashtra Animal and Fisheries Science University, IndiaPDF down.png
679 Ian MacPherson British Columbia Institute for Co-operative Studies Knowledge creation and mobilisation in the international co-operative movement: the roles of the Co-operative Learning CentrePDF down.png
108 Umarany Coomaraswamy Distance Education Modernisation Project Lifelong learning for farmers: a pilot project of the Commonwealth of Learning in Sri LankaPDF down.png
267 Saroja Goviada Dr B.R. Ambedkar Open University Developing competencies of library and information professionals: an evaluation of library and information science curriculums of open and distance learning institutions in IndiaPDF down.png
274 Prakash Lonkar Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University Enhancing the common information space for open and distance learning and animal and fisheries productionPDF down.png
704 Chandra Gunawardena Open University of Sri Lanka Online learning for extending access and facilitating employability in Sri LankaPDF down.png
576 Christopher Matthews The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand Small business development and export guidancePDF down.png
294 Abdul Halim Papua New Guinea University of Technology Educational institutional approach for rural development through distance learning: the experience of University of Technology in Papua New GuineaPDF down.png
391 Veena Rao Sikkim Manipal University University intervention for capacity building and social empowerment through garment sector based distance education courses suiting the post multi-fibre arrangement era: Indian contextPDF down.png
602 Dileepkumar Guntuku M S Swaminathan Research Foundation Empowering rural communities through Virtual Academies: experiences from South Central IndiaPDF down.png
639 Shivani Jain Centre for Environment Education Experimenting technology-mediated distance education (TechMODE) for strengthening young professionals training in education for sustainable developmentPDF down.png
377 Hillary Jenkins Otago Polytechnic Open education and training in the travel and tourism industryPDF down.png
170 Margaret Haughey Athabasca University Free first university for development panel discussionPDF down.png
65 Gamini Kulatunga Open University of Sri Lanka Constraints faced in introducing technology to suit rural livelihoodsPDF down.png
124 Bijay Nanda Coastal Community Resource Center Coastal Community Resource Centre (CCRC) Young Eco-Army: a strategic learning convergencePDF down.png
592 Jennipher Kere Women in Fishing Industry Programme (WIFIP), Education and Development Entrepreneurial fingerling production for Lake Victoria fisheriesPDF down.png
773 Uma Kanjilal Indira Gandhi National Open University Promoting scenario-based eLearning at IGNOU: Faculty experiencesPDF down.png
89 Bharat Inder Fozdar Indira Gandhi National Open University The role of open and distance learning in vocational education and training in IndiaPDF down.png
256 Som Naidu University of Melbourne Situated learning designs for professional development: case studies on innovation in curriculum and assessmentPDF down.png
75 Eleanor Frandsen Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) NAIT DATE (Distance Apprenticeship Training and Education): an effective approach to democratise the acquisition of proficiency and aptitude in vocational trainingPDF down.png
408 Nancy George South-South-South collaboration: using Dgroups to develop information and communications technologies policy for open and distance learningPDF down.png
575 Joy Mylek The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand Literacy: fundamental to economic developmentPDF down.png
431 Alice Mwandawamufu Kombe Ministry of Science Technology and Vocational Training Vocational education and training as a means of achieving sustainable developmentPDF down.png

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