Confessions of a COL consultant 1: India

One of the greatest pleasures of working in higher education was my opportunity to be an occasional consultant for the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) for a couple of decades – a much longer period than the reigns of its Presidents, as there were three of them during this period. When I started the President was Raj (that’s Professor Dhanarajan to you, unless you’re one of the multitude encouraged to call him Raj), with whom I’d worked at the Open Learning Institute of Hong Kong (later the Open University, OUHK), where I was Senior Course Designer. Continue reading