As an international based e-Learning programs, the Oxfaa University
Provides access to a range of professional academic milieus in the world.
Oxfaa is distributed to all corners of the world with the installation of an effective technology package at each student . Its Promotes the involvement of Organizations and research institutions in the developing world. Our aim is continuously and quickly update regarding both academic content and technological solutions. Makes it is easy to adapt and adjust the study programs to the local situation in the countries involved. Stimulates scientific co-operation both on a personal and an institutional level.
Oxfaa is committed to establishing quality assured study sites with an adequate level of technical and scholarly infrastructure.
The aim of the Oxfaa is to develop online teaching and learning strategies with an emphasis on the innovative and cutting edge educational strategies related to education for sustainability. It is essential that all academics are willing to acknowledge that they too are learners and will need to reflect on their teaching and learning practices as the Oxfaa project develops. The Oxfaa e-Learning strategy is based on promoting socially critical thinking. In order to deliver education for sustainability in a manner that is socially critical, Oxfaa will place emphasis on curriculum development that is more pedagogically driven than technology driven. There is a wide range of e-Learning technologies that are available for the more traditional teaching and learning strategies. The challenge faced by the Oxfaa initiative is the development of e-Learning technologies to support constructivist pedagogy and social constructivism in teaching and learning approaches. In order to achieve this objective the core partners have developed the following framework that places emphasis on combining learning from the traditional instructional form of learning to individual learning with support from e-Learning technologies to collaborative learning styles supporting asynchronous as well as synchronous communication, which is problem based group oriented computer learning.