The Journal of Learning for Development provides a forum for the publication of research with a focus on innovation in learning, in particular but not exclusively open and distance learning, and its contribution to development. Content includes interventions that change social and/or economic relations, especially in terms of improving equity.
JL4D publishes research and case studies from researchers, scholars and practitioners, and seeks to engage a broad audience across that spectrum. It aims to encourage contributors starting their careers, as well as to publish the work of established and senior scholars from the Commonwealth and beyond.
John Daniel: What Learning for What Development?
Colin Robert Latchem: Informal Learning and Non-Formal Education for Development
Jonathan Paul Baggaley: Bridging Fields at a Critical Time
Caroline Seelig: The Role Distance Learning Has to Play in Offender Education
Narend Baijnath: Curricular Innovation and Digitsation at a Mega University in the Developing World – The UNISA “Signature Course” Project
Via Andreas Link, Stewart-Marshall