This course, Digital learning for youth and adults in forcibly displaced communities, reviews, discusses and critiques existing policies and practices in national or organizational contexts as they relate to digital learning for youths and adults.
It also examines and reflects on case studies of policies and practices that promote evidence-based digital learning programmes for forcibly displaced youths and adults.
The course has a wide scope, covering multiple education sectors and subject areas, and diverse cultural and national contexts. It is intended for policymakers and programme providers who are involved in the design, delivery and monitoring of activities.
The course has been developed by the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and The Open University.
This course is scheduled to launch on 2 November 2023. It will appear as a thumbnail image and link at the bottom of this page when available.
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