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GDLN Global Development Learning Network. Linking the World through Learning. Presented by Mor SECK Director Senegal DLC. San Paulo - Brazil. August/September 2002. Distance Education : A Development Challenge. What is the GDLN ?. An interactive, multi-channel, multi-node

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Gdln global development learning network

GDLNGlobal Development Learning Network

Linking the World through Learning

Presented by

Mor SECK

Director Senegal DLC

San Paulo - Brazil

August/September 2002


Gdln global development learning network

Distance Education :

A Development Challenge


What is the gdln

What is the GDLN ?

An interactive, multi-channel, multi-node

delivery system configured to meet

individual, institutional, local, regional and

country needs


Gdln will

GDLN will :

  • Improve decision-making through interactive learning

  • Enhance country-to-country exchanges among experts and practitioners

  • Increase cost-effective course delivery


Who is gdln

Who is GDLN ?

  • Distance Learning Centers (DLC’s)

  • Content Providers

  • Donors

  • Learners


What are gdln objectives

What are GDLN Objectives ?

To build capacity by:

  • Bridging the knowledge gap

  • Enabling people to learn anywhere/anytime

  • Facilitating learning and knowledge sharing around the world


Learners

Learners

Decision makers in

Governments

Public administration

NGOs

Academia

Civil Society


Global development learning network

Global Development Learning Network


Gdln global development learning network

Global Development Learning Network


Currently in operations

Currently in operations

France

Italy (2)

Russia (2)

Serbia

Spain

Turkey (2)

Ukraine

USA

Egypt

Jordan

China (2)

India

Singapore

Sri Lanka

Thaïland

Vietnam

Benin

Côte d'Ivoire

Ethiopia

Ghana

Senegal

Tanzania

Uganda

Bolivia

Chile

Colombia

Costa Rica

Nicaragua

Peru

Dominican Rep.


Gdln global development learning network

For the future

Japan

Canada

Argentina

El Salvador

Guatemala

Honduras

Venezuela

Burkina Faso

Cameroon

Eritrea

Kenya

Malawi

Mozambique

S. Africa

Nigeria

Zambia

Zimbabwe

Armenia

Bosnia

Bulgaria

Czech Rep.

Croatia

Kyrgyz Rep.

Lithuania

Moldova

Poland

Romania

Slovakia

Tajikistan

Algeria

Djibouti

Kuwait

Lebanon

Morocco

Saudi Arabia

Syria

Tunisia

W. Bank & Gaza

Bangladesh

Cambodia

East Timor

Indonesia

Korea

Malaysia

Nepal

Philippines

S. Pacific*


A blended learning approach

A Blended Learning Approach

Videoconferencing

Internet

Video

CD-ROM

Face-to-face

Print

Phone


Gdln global development learning network

Pedagogical Scenarios

Media Mix

Course A

VideoConferences

or

Interactive TV

E

C

R

I

T

B

Internet

&

WWW

C

Course D


Knowledge for development partnerships

ENA

WBI

IBFI

HEC

CNFPT

Knowledge for Development Partnerships

  • Content Partners :

  • Governments

  • Universities

  • Research Institutions

  • in the North and the South


Gdln global development learning network

GDLN features

Video-Conference

Seminars

Global or Regional

Dialogues

Web-based courses

Courses

Video-conference

sessions complemented

by electronic learning

methods and online

collaboration

P


Gdln global development learning network

WBI Programs

  • Macroeconomic management for Sub-Saharan Africa

  • Corporate governance and private sector development

  • Economic growth and poverty reduction

  • Implementation of social safety nets

  • Strategic communication on development projects

  • Urban management

  • Economic and business journalism


Training programs proposed from paris

Training programs proposed from Paris

  • Fighting against money laundering (CEBC - HEC)

  • Main organizational changes in higher education institutions entailed by the introduction of ITC (EduFrance)

  • Challenges of decentralization (BDPA)

  • Public Debt Management (ADETEF – Ministry of Finance)

  • The Euro and the Franc zone (Bank of France- IBFI)

  • Public procurement (IIAP-ENA)

  • Introduction to micro-finance (WBI / AFD-CEFEB)


For any additional information

For any additional information :

http://www.gdln.org


Gdln s unique potential

GDLN’s unique potential

A powerful knowledge sharing network engaging all people across borders anytime


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