CU-GDLN uses an integrated mix of methods and technologies in real time
through "virtual" -- videoconferencing, internet, web-based learning,
and face-to-face interactions to provide services and support to
government agencies, civil society, academia and research institutions,
development organizations and practitioners, both public and private.
Learning programs include:
1. Distance Learning Courses and Seminars typically combine two-way
multimedia videoconferencing sessions complemented with print packages,
CD-ROMs, interactive web communication, or face-to-face tutorials.
2. Global / Development Dialogues consist of short videoconferences that allow participants to work together to address pressing
issues that call for a common international agenda or require a local
3. Web-based Programs are synchronous or asynchronous learning activities,
using the Internet for delivery, to fit the needs of individualized audiences with
diverse backgrounds and experience levels.