4th National Conference on Open and Distance e-Learning

Important Dates

Submission of Abstracts
30 September 2017
Notification of Abstract Acceptance
15 October 2017
Submission of Full Papers
30 October 2017
Early Bird Registration
15 October 2017

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Abstract Submission

Share your research and best practice in Open Distance eLearning at NCODeL. See Call for Papers here. Deadline for Abstract submission is on September 30.

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Rationale

In this increasingly open world, openness in education has become an imperative. Here is now a growing movement towards the sharing of knowledge resources across institutions and even nations.  Educational institutions must be able to harness the affordances of available learning resources and technologies and tap appropriate pedagogical designs to make quality academic programs within the reach of more diverse set of learners.
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REPUBLIC ACT 10650

Open and Distance Learning Act

CHED Endorsement

The CHED endorsement encourages all officials, employees and students from all higher education institutions in the country for voluntary participation. Officials and employees of state and local colleges and universities are advised to obtain permission from the head of the institution and use government funds properly.

Read the CHED Memorandum here. If you are interested in the CHED Fellowship Grant, you may use this form

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Conference Topics

This year’s conference shall cover the following aspects and components of open and distance e-learning (ODeL):

Conference Sub themes

  • Open Educational Practices
  • Technology in ODeL
  • Quality Assurance in ODeL

Pre-conference Workshop

  • Instructional Design in ODeL
  • Technology in ODeL
  • Data Privacy Act in Education