Online, open and flexible systems deliver quality higher education, student success, improved capacity, and cost-effective pathways to learning. Funding is critical to reap the benefits.

These are the central arguments of the Paris Message, entitled “Online, Open and Flexible Higher Education for the Future We Want”.


Introducing the World Conference keynotes: Harold Jarche

Harold Jarche is focused on workplace transformation, helping people and businesses adapt to the network era. He has been described as “a keen subversive of the last century’s management and education models”. He knows that the ability to learn is the only lasting competitive advantage in an era of life in perpetual Beta.

500 papers have now been accepted for presentation at the conference to be hosted by the University of South Africa in Sun City near Pretoria, 14-16 October 2015. Early bird registration is available until 31 July.


Report on the Global High Level Policy Forum

Online, Open and Flexible Higher Education for the Future We Want.

Over 150 participants from more than 55 countries around the world participated in the Global High Level Policy Forum, organized by UNESCO in partnership with ICDE. The Forum was held at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris from 9-11 June 2015.

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