ABLE-Ghana Presentation (10th December 2010)
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Published 2011-01-24T15:41:04.000Z
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Description Around the world, educational policy-makers and university principals have been looking to the spread of Open Educational Resources (OER) as a way to meet the rapidly increasing demand for education, and to enhance the quality of learning while reducing the costs of course development and delivery. In areas like management and public administration, OER needs to be contextualised - so that they relate properly to the country in which they are being used. In this workshop four University Lecturers from Ghana present and reflect on the results of a two week study visit during which they each created two OER. They consider such issues as: - How useful, or otherwise, were the OU resources as a starting point? - What do they see as the merits and limitations of what they have produced? - What will be the challenges of actually using them in their courses next semester? The seminar was hosted by Professor Rob Paton, with presentations from the following visiting academics: Dr Bernard Obeng (Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration - GIMPA) Mr. George Tackie (School of Business, University of Cape Coast) Mr. Ibrahim Bedi (University of Ghana Business School) Mr Gordon N Asamoah (KNUST School of Business, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology)
Comment Around the world, educational policy-makers and university principals have been looking to the spread of Open Educational Resources (OER) as a way to meet the rapidly increasing demand for education, and to enhance the quality of learning while reducing the costs of course development and delivery. In areas like management and public administration, OER needs to be contextualised - so that they relate properly to the country in which they are being used. In this workshop four University Lecturers from Ghana present and reflect on the results of a two week study visit during which they each created two OER. They consider such issues as: - How useful, or otherwise, were the OU resources as a starting point? - What do they see as the merits and limitations of what they have produced? - What will be the challenges of actually using them in their courses next semester? The seminar was hosted by Professor Rob Paton, with presentations from the following visiting academics: Dr Bernard Obeng (Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration - GIMPA) Mr. George Tackie (School of Business, University of Cape Coast) Mr. Ibrahim Bedi (University of Ghana Business School) Mr Gordon N Asamoah (KNUST School of Business, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology)
Description Around the world, educational policy-makers and university principals have been looking to the spread of Open Educational Resources (OER) as a way to meet the rapidly increasing demand for education, and to enhance the quality of learning while reducing the costs of course development and delivery. In areas like management and public administration, OER needs to be contextualised - so that they relate properly to the country in which they are being used. In this workshop four University Lecturers from Ghana present and reflect on the results of a two week study visit during which they each created two OER. They consider such issues as: - How useful, or otherwise, were the OU resources as a starting point? - What do they see as the merits and limitations of what they have produced? - What will be the challenges of actually using them in their courses next semester? The seminar was hosted by Professor Rob Paton, with presentations from the following visiting academics: Dr Bernard Obeng (Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration - GIMPA) Mr. George Tackie (School of Business, University of Cape Coast) Mr. Ibrahim Bedi (University of Ghana Business School) Mr Gordon N Asamoah (KNUST School of Business, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology)
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Title ABLE-Ghana Presentation (10th December 2010)
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Title ABLE-Ghana Presentation (10th December 2010)
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