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Saturday, August 26, 2006 

*In an effort to push and enhance capacity building in education, learning and training, a workshop by the Virtual University for Small States of the Commonwealth (VUSSC) is taking on ICT and content development as tools to promote and tackle various aspects in open learning sources, distance learning; and how access to technology could be integral part of strategies to sustain growth and social inclusion for small states.


This seems like a very worthwhile effort, Emanuel. Please keep us posted on outcomes of the workshop that ends today (Aug 25).

If you go to the workshop link, you will find that "The Commonwealth" article states that: "The courses produced will be offered for credit by institutions in the participating states and will be available for adaptation more widely."

It would be interesting, Emanuel, to keep tabs on these courses for future reference.

Thanks for posting this.


Hi Pablo,

Thanks 4 the nod, I will try to follow up on those developments.


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