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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2002 Volume 11, Number 2

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Distance Education in India and the USA - the Cultural Dimensions

    Vijay Kapur, Seattle Central Community College, Broadway, Seattle

    Often makers and practitioners of distance education tend to forget or undermine the importance of the contexts, including the cultural context of countries in which education philosophies and... More

    pp. 185-196

  2. Achievement Motivation Among Distance Learners in Relation to Gender and Residential Background

    Manju Lohumi, ICDEOL, HPU, Shimla

    Learning is signified by a change in behaviour or a movement from one state of behaviour to another through acquisition of new knowledge or skills for personal use. The level of one's tendency to... More

    pp. 197-207

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  3. Distance Education in Western Australia - Some Lessons for India

    S.K. Yadav, Department of Teacher Education and Extension National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi

    Australia is a large island located close to South East Asia. Its land mass has a total surface area of almost 8 million square kilometers. Most of the country is sparsely populated with small... More

    pp. 209-217

  4. Best Practices in Open and Distance Learning Systems in India: An Assessment

    M.M. Ansari, Distance Education Council, IGNOU, New Delhi

    The success of Open Distance Learning (ODL) institutions has contributed to increased credibility and acceptance of distance learning systems as an effective mode of teaching and learning. This... More

    pp. 219-228

  5. Distance and Flexi-Education and Training of Constructional Professionals

    K.N. Tripathi, Delhi University, Delhi; Pankaj Khare, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi

    Distance Education represents a variety of educational models that have in common the physical separation of the faculty member and some or all of the students. (IDE, 2000). Of late, distance... More

    pp. 229-235

  6. Enrolment Trends in IGNOU Over The Last Decade - Programmewise and Regionwise Distribution Study

    P. Sivaswaroop, IGNOU Regional Centre, Hyderabad

    IGNOU is the Premier institute of Distance Education in lndia with whole country under its jurisdiction. So a study of enrolment trends in lGNOU during 1991 - 2000 gives pulse of the average... More

    pp. 237-246

  7. Self-Learning through Programmed Learning in Distance Mode

    D. Rao & B. Reddy, School of Distance Education, Andhra University, Hsakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh

    This paper attempts to present the characteristics and development of Self Learning Material. Programmed learning has certain principles which are useful as guidelines while preparing the self... More

    pp. 247-254

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  8. Information and Communication Technology and Distance Adult Literacy Education in India

    Ila Patel, Institute of Rural Management, Anand

    With new technological developments, new communication technologies such as satellite television broadcasting, long-distance telephony, computers and telecommunications, have sparked of optimism... More

    pp. 255-268

  9. lnformation Communication Technology in Distance Education in lndia: A Challenge

    S.L. Mahajan, Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik

    lnformation Communication Technology has become an integral part of every sphere of life. Growth of ICT has become very fast in the last 2-3 decades. In developing countries like India, there are... More

    pp. 269-277

  10. Ten Years of lndian Journal of Open Learning

    Sanjaya Mishra, Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia, New Deihi

    The paper analyses the contribution of lndian Journal of Open learning (IJOL) from volume one to ten. In ten volumes, IJOL has published 203 articles and 75 book reviews. Authors from twenty... More

    pp. 279-290