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- 1 Brief description about myself
- 2 Open university
- 3 Email; firstname.lastname@example.org
- 4 Name
- 5 Address
- 6 E-mail
- 7 Organisation
- 8 Preknowledge
Brief description about myself
I am Caroline Aturu-Aghedo from Nigeria. I am a course coordinator from the School of Business and Human Resource Management.
My area of interest includes general management. My passion is in creating new ideas for people to give others a helping hand. Currently, I am in involved with a community development project.
Personally, I am blessed with four children -- all boys.
The major difference between the open university and the conventional universities therefore is the mode of instruction. your work and schedule of duties do not suffer because you are in the university.NOUN like its conventional counterpart is also subject to the accreditiation exercise put in place by the federal Government through the National universities commission At National Open University of Nigeria ,there is a way for every one who has a will to obtain university education. Yes, this is true
71 Community road ,Akoka, Yaba, Laggs
This is my key note file
Brief description about myself
I am mrs caroline Aturu-Aghedo,from Lagos,Nigeria,Iam a course coordinator,from school of business and human resources management of National Open University Of Nigeria.I start off with the Teachers,Grade Two Certificate(TC.11),The equivalent of the General Certificate of Education (G.C.E.)at the ordinary level.Then I Obtained Other,educational qualifications i.e.Associate Certificate in Education (A.C.E),the Bachelor of Education degree (B.Ed)in Curriculum Studies and Educational Technology. I Took the Master of Business Administration degree (M.B.A )specialising in General Management.Moreover ,I Took PGDDE in distance Educationand MADE in distance both at indira Gandhi National Open University.
I'm interested in:
- Open and Distance Education .
- Human Resources Management ..
My Website, blog and contact particulars
(: Dear Colleague, greetings. Thanks for your inputs to this workshop. The report is available [here]. I will be happy to be of any assistance in future too. With best wishes, --R C Sharma, PhD 20:48, 22 May 2011 (UTC))
(: Hi Caroline, You are very welcome to this eL4C50 Online workshop. Patricia Schlicht, Gita Mathur, Micheal Verhaart and me are your facilitators and will help you in develop your page. Enjoy this workshop and donot hesitate to ask for help. You can either leave a message on our user pages or email us. Warm Wishes.--Ramesh Sharma 21:42, 27 April 2011 (UTC))
(: Excellent work, Caroline --Gladys Gahona 03:42, 29 May 2009 (UTC))
(: Hi, I saw you were on the participants list for this workshop. Please help out on the Nigeria country page. We need to add more content and structure it. -- Ibrahim K. Oyekanmi 16:37, 18 February 2010 (UTC))
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