The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE), a body mandated to regulate the provision and conduct of Higher Education in Uganda, is desirous of implementing an emergency ODeL system for enabling the Higher Education training institutions to offer teaching and learning during the current lockdown. The ODeL system of learning provision is globally recognized as a worthy mechanism for flexible learning. It has been observed that ODeL avails numerous benefits as a teaching and learning system, because it focuses on learners, and provides for continuous engagements between the instructor and learners as and when is desirable. The NCHE takes cognizance of the readiness to reopen expressed by the majority of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and has developed guidelines for aiding HEIs to resume their teaching and learning activities remotely, since students and lecturers can be able to interact without necessarily coming into contact, during the lockdown.

The NCHE has provided guidelines for the implementation of Emergency ODeL teaching and learning. One of the guidelines requires the University to secure an undertaking from students indicating their willingness and ability to participate in the proposed arrangement. African Rural University has designed this Questionnaire to fullfill this requirement. The University is preparing to utilise ODeL in case of a prolonged lockdown. Kindly follow the link to fill the form

AFRICAN RURAL UNIVERSITY Students’ e-learning readiness survey
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