UNESCO, with the support of Colombia, Norway and United States of America, is developing a portal on Open Access (OA) to present a high-level snapshot of the state of OA around the world. Entitled Global Open Access Portal (GOAP), the tool is supposed to be the first destination for users seeking information on OA.
After browsing through the web site I felt compelled to signup in the hope of participating in the discussions, sharing and learning. With a busy schedule there's no way telling how much time can be devoted but as always I'll do my best to not just be another slumbering member :)
Bridging the Knowledge Divide: Educational Technology for Development
Edited by: Stewart Marshall, The University of the West Indies; Wanjira Kinuthia, Georgia State University; and Wallace Taylor, The University of the West Indies.
Kevoy Community Development Institute (KCDI) a Jamaican NGO now
offers farm management training to regional small farmers. The Institute designed the programme after indentifying shortages of adequately trained farmers in Jamaica.
Getting government data to the people ... Whether you’re using RSS or Atom feeds , the standard feed icons are the common “beacon” style ones from Feed Icons. Get rid of the old orange rectangular “ RSS ” and “ XML ” text icons if you have them — they’re obsolete.
just want said hello to the community
great website so far
Introductions are really important. Most writings require at least some form of introduction which is usually represented by a single introductory paragraph. That is actually the one part that generates and forms your readers’/listeners’ first impression. It’s obvious that the part that contains the basic information is the central one, yet ignoring the significance of introducing would be a great mistake.
If you are interested in how distance education and the use of ICTs in education can assist development in the Caribbean, then you may be interested in the website: Distance Learning in Developing Countries (DLDC).
While doing some research on ICT today for an upcoming project with http://realestatelicensedirect.com, I came across the a report created by the United Nations Information and Communication Technologies Task Force. The report itself was very in depth and helped tremendously with what I needed it for, so I thought I would go ahead and share that with all of you.
Noting your focus and governance themes the following website and associated blog -
- introduced below may be of interest?
Originally created in the UK by Brian E Hodges (Ret.) at Manchester Metropolitan University -
Hodges' Health Career - Care Domains - Model [h2cm]
- can help map health, social care and OTHER issues, problems and solutions. The
model takes a situated and multi-contextual view across four knowledge domains: