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  1. World Bank Joint Client-Staff Learning Seminar on Quality Assurance in Tertiary Education ProfessorAsha Kanwar SirJohn Daniel

  2. Quality assurance for open, distance and eLearning: Issues for developing countries ProfessorAsha Kanwar SirJohn Daniel

  3. QUALITY “Fitness for purpose at minimum cost to society”

  4. QUALITY “Fitness for purpose ???

  5. QUALITY “Fitness ???purpose at minimum cost to society”

  6. Nottingham’s New University In Nottingham, that dismal town where I went to school and college they’ve built a new university for a new dispensation of knowledge Built it most grand and cakeily out of the noble loot derived from shrewd cash chemistry by good Sir Jesse Boot D. H. Lawrence

  7. CHALLENGES Age Participation Rates (APRs) ~50% in richer countries<10% in poorer countries

  8. CHALLENGES Age Participation Rates (APRs) ~50% in richer countries<10% in poorer countries More young students + Life Long Learning (L3)

  9. THE BOTTOM OF THE WORLD’S ECONOMIC PYRAMID 4 billion people

  10. Higher Education in the 21st Century • More private, for-profits

  11. Higher Education in the 21st Century • More private, for-profits • More distance learning

  12. Higher Education in the 21st Century • More private, for-profits • More distance learning • More cross-border education

  13. Higher Education in the 21st Century • More private, for-profits • International Finance Corporation of the World Bank doing a good job 

  14. Higher Education in the 21st Century • More private, for-profits • They must: • Make a profit, and therefore… • Attract students, and therefore… • Offer useful programmes.

  15. at minimum cost to society??

  16. All education yields a blend of public and private benefits

  17. Higher Education in the 21st Century • More distance learning

  18. Quality assurance for open, distance and eLearning: Issues for developing countries

  19. Quality assurance for open, distance and eLearning: Issues for developing countries Open learning = removal of barriers

  20. Quality assurance for open, distance and eLearning: Issues for developing countries Open learning = removal of barriers Distance learning = separation of learner & institution

  21. Quality assurance for open, distance and eLearning: Issues for developing countries Distance learning ~ Open learning

  22. Quality assurance for open, distance and eLearning: Issues for developing countries Open learning = removal of barriers Distance learning = separation of learner & institution eLearning = at a computer screen

  23. Quality assurance for open, distance and eLearning: Issues for developing countries Open learning = removal of barriers Distance learning = separation of learner & institution eLearning = at a computer screen (Pure eLearning)

  24. Quality assurance for open, distance and eLearning: Issues for developing countries eLearning = (sexier) distance learning

  25. Quality assurance for open, distance and eLearning: Issues for developing countries distance learning

  26. QUALITY “Fitness for purpose at minimum cost to society”

  27. The Iron Triangle ACCESS QUALITY COST

  28. An insidious link has developed in our minds between quality and exclusivity

  29. The Iron Triangle ACCESS QUALITY COST

  30. ACCESS QUALITY COST

  31. Number Age

  32. Number Age

  33. ● 200,000 students● Costs 60- 80% of conventional

  34. BRITAIN’S TOP NINE UNIVERSITIES Quality Rankings of Teaching based on all subject assessments 1995-2004(Sunday Times University Guide 2004) • 1 CAMBRIDGE 96% • 2 LOUGHBOROUGH 95% • 3= LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS 88% • 3= YORK 88% • 5 THE OPEN UNIVERSITY 87% • OXFORD 86% • IMPERIAL COLLEGE 82% • UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON 77% • ESSEX 77%

  35. BRITAIN’S TOP NINE UNIVERSITIES Quality Rankings of Teaching based on all subject assessments 1995-2004(Sunday Times University Guide 2004) • 1 CAMBRIDGE 96% • 2 LOUGHBOROUGH 95% • 3= LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS 88% • 3= YORK 88% • 5 THE OPEN UNIVERSITY 87% • OXFORD 86% • IMPERIAL COLLEGE 82% • UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON 77% • ESSEX 77% …and top for student satisfaction

  36. QUALITY “Fitness for purpose at minimum cost to society”

  37. The burgeoning demand for open schooling

  38. SOUTH-SOUTH COLLABORATION TO DEVELOP OPEN SCHOOLING

  39. Higher Education in the 21st Century • More private, for-profits • More distance learning • More cross-border education

  40. CROSS-BORDER TERTIARY EDUCATION • is facilitated by distance learning

  41. CROSS-BORDER TERTIARY EDUCATION • is facilitated by distance learning • can come in under the radar

  42. CROSS-BORDER TERTIARY EDUCATION • is facilitated by distance learning • can come in under the radar • is currently negligible in developing countries

  43. QUALITY ASSURANCE FORDISTANCE LEARNING

  44. QUALITY ASSURANCE FORDISTANCE LEARNING • 1970s – quest for parity