Centre for Flexible Learning (CFL)

CFL News and Events

April 18, 2005 NZ High Commissioner opens Fiji Centre Western new Facilities

The Opening of the new Fiji Centre Western Building in the City of Lautoka went off as planned on Friday morning. A small group of guests including the Centre staff, about a dozen senior staff from the Laucala campus, and some...[more]

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March 15, 2005 Universities 'expand e-learning'

Universities across Europe plan to increase their use of e-learning over the next two years, a survey suggests. Three quarters of the 150 institutions asked said computer-based learning had a major role in most of their courses...

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March 3, 2005 Audio satellite tutorials on demand from USP students

As part of JICA's initiative, digitised recordings of audio satellite tutorials have been made accessible to USP students. This had initially been in response to an increasing demand for audio tutorials from a number of USP...[more]

February 15, 2005 New Websites for Fiji centres Northern & Western

Congratulations to the two Fiji Centres in Labasa and Lautoka for their new websites that are up and running. To catch up on the latest from these centres click on either FCN or FCW. [more]

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January 31, 2005 Blogs could be the way to go for USP staff

Carole Hunter DFLSC’s Video-broadcast Coordinator thinks that Blogs could be used as a tool for professional development and collaboration among USP staff. She and Val Hazelman attended the 21st annual conference of the...[more]

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November 7, 2004 Professor Suzuki runs "Best" Workshop

Professor Katsuaki Suzuki and assistant, Junko Nemoto from Iwate Prefecture University in Japan are in the country and have held a very successful workshop for staff in the Distance Education of DFL Support Centre. His workshop...[more]

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July 21, 2004 Teaching Net straddles Pacific Islands (BBC)

The USP net made the BBC news with the following article from David Prosser in Suva, Fiji. "Lessons via satellite are helping students keep up with their education in the island nations of the South Pacific."

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