~ Innovation in Vocational and Educational Skills Training
Welcome to the INVEST Community Learning Network or CLN.
Commonwealth of Learning is working in partnership with the Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa - CAPA - to support their member institutions who are working to integrate ICT into TVET teaching and learning. This activity is called INVEST - Innovation in Vocational Education & Skills Training.
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The Latest issue of JL4D released. Click here to access it.
November 2017 Issue of the Connections Magazine is available here
Announcing the Creative Commons Community Activities Fund
The Creative Commons announces the Community Activities Fund, which is a mini-grant program aimed at supporting individuals and communities pursuing activities aligned with values and principles stated on the new Creative Commons Global Network Strategy.
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