Aboriginal Self Determination in Australia

This quantity represents the court cases of a convention celebrating the overseas yr for the World's Indigenous Peoples, held in Townsville, Queensland, in 1993.

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Institutional policy provides a framework for operation, an agreed upon set of rules that explain all participants’ roles and responsibilities (GellmanDanley and Fetzner 1998). The same authors have further identified several operational areas that policy can be grouped in. These include academic, fiscal, geographic service area, governance, labour-management, legal and From policy to implementation 25 student-support service. 1 offers an outline of what would be the key issues in each of these policy areas in the context of a US-based institution.

This, together with a national network of resource centres, must be used and shared by all providers of distance-education programmes. Implementation of policy After approval of the policy and strategy document on distance education in Mozambique, the task force was given the mandate to design a project on distance education in order to facilitate its implementation. The project was composed of the following sub-projects: • • • • • training of specialists in distance education; establishment of the National Institute of Distance Education (INED); establishment of a national network of resource centres; development of pilot programmes of distance learning; establishment of the Department of Distance Education (DED) at the Ministry of Education (MINED).

1 offers an outline of what would be the key issues in each of these policy areas in the context of a US-based institution. Mozambique national policy on distance education identified the need for the creation of the National Distance Education Institute (INED) to promote and encourage the use of open and distance learning methods in different areas and levels of the education and training system, both formal and non-formal. The policy further outlines the vision, mission and objectives of the institution and notes a number of key activities that INED needs to carry out.

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