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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2001 Volume 10, Number 1

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Learning in Informational Society: Professsor G. Ram Reddy Fifth Memorial Lecture

    R.V.R Rao, Former Vice-Chancellor Dr: B.R. Ambedkur Open University: Hyderabad, India

    Learning in Informational Society: Professsor G. Ram Reddy Fifth Memorial Lecture More

    pp. 1-18

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  2. Open Learning at a Point of Turning

    John Daniel, Vice-Chancellor

    Open Learning at a Point of Turning More

    pp. 19-31

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  3. Quality Assurance in Open Distance Education

    Andrew Nyondo, The Pupua New Guinea University of Techtrology, Papua New Guinea., Papua New Guinea

    Abstract: The Department of Open and Distance Learning here at the Papua New Guinea University of Technology admitted its first students only in December 1993. The enrolments have increased to more... More

    pp. 32-39

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  4. How do Distance Learners Use Activities in Self-Instructional Materials?

    Sanjaya Mishra & Ashok Gaba, STRIDE, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India

    Abstract : Self-instructionalmaterials form the centre of all learning activities in Distance Education. However; very little is known about its use by distance learners. This paperpresents the... More

    pp. 40-51

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  5. Print Materials in Distance Learning: Learners' View

    R R. Mishra, Nasim Ahmad & N K. Rai

    A study was conducted at one of the study centers of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) to find out what extent material is self-instructional, and other factors related to print... More

    pp. 52-59

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  6. Print Materials in Distance Learning :Learners' View

    R.R. Mishra, Nasim Ahmad & N.K Rai, Rajendra Agricultural Universitj, Pusa, Bihar

    Abstract : The print material is the main medium to impart distance teaching in many distance education institutions including the IGNOU. Though these institutions use other media, they are used... More

    pp. 52-59

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  7. A Study on Computer Uses among Teacher Educators in Teacher Training Institutions in Tamil Nadu

    M. Narayanasamy, Educational Technology Branch, DIET Oddanchatram, lndia; S. Thangasamy, Post-Graduate Department & Advanced Centre,for Education, Gandhigram, India., India

    Abstract: Within the theoretical constructs of teacher innovations and the role of technology in learning, the present study was designed to assess feachers' current computer knowledge, and the... More

    pp. 60-67

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  8. Distance Education Through Internet Based E-Learning

    Manoj Killedar, Yaslzwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open. University, Nashik, India

    Abstract:Effective and low-cost communication system has the same importance to an Open University as blood has to life. In this regard, rapid growth of reliable lnternet access at low cost, from... More

    pp. 68-79

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  9. IGNOU Interactive Radio Counselling: A Study

    B. Sukumar, IGNOU Regional Centre, Cochin, India., India

    Abstract: In distance learning, the students support services play a major role in teaching-learning process. Recently, lndira Gandhi National Open University introduced the interactive radio... More

    pp. 80-92

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  10. Teaching Writing Skills Through a Silent Movie : An Experiment

    J. Chitra, Tmt. M. Govt. Girls' HI: Sec. School, Tenkasi, Tamil Nadu; A. Thiagarajan, Dr: Sivanthi Aditanar College of Education, Tiruchendur

    Abstract:English has emerged and continues to grow as an important langauge of communication in India. It is, however, taught in majority of the classrooms with emphasis on its linguistic... More

    pp. 93-99

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  11. Viewing Doordarshan (TV) Programmes : Preferences of High School Students

    B.C Das & S. Das, Department of Education, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh, Assam, India., India

    Abstract: Many Television (TV) programmes telecast in Assam are development oriented with urban and rural focus. They have been found successful in the field of education, human resource... More

    pp. 101-109

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