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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2006 Volume 15, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Role of Teleconference and Tele-lessons in the Instructional Strategy of BRAOU - A Study of Access and Utility

    V. Venkaiah, Dr. B.R. Arnbedkar Open University, Hyderabad, India

    Abstract: Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Open University has been regularly telecasting lessons and interactive live teleconference programmes through Doordarshan (television channel of the Government of India... More

    pp. 7-20

  2. Democratising Higher Education through Open and Distance Learning in India: Potential and Limitations of Self-Learning Packages

    Rajender Gujral & Ranjan Kumar, IGNOU Regional Centre, Dehradun, India

    Abstract: Learning packages in ODL need lo be self-instructional to a high degree requiring minimum intervention in order to achieve the goal of demoeratising higher education. The packages should ... More

    pp. 21-36

  3. Effectiveness of Computer Software for Laboratory Practical Learning

    Y.B Gandole, Adarsha Science J.B. Arts and Bil-la Commerce, Amravati, India

    Abstract: This paper deals with comparison between different strategies for labratory communication at tertiary level, i.e. the effect of computer software support (developed by the investigator)... More

    pp. 37-50

  4. Interactive Radio Phone-in Programme: Implications for Policy Makers and Educational Administrators - The Experience of BRAOU

    Devara Udayani, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad, India

    Abstract: Open and Distance Learning (ODL) is a new concept of education picking up very fast. It is no more regarded as an alternative system of education. The learners study on part time basis,... More

    pp. 51-68

  5. Perceptions of Primary School Teachers towards In-sewice Distance Education Upgrading Programme: An Exploratory Study

    Tichatonga Nhundu, University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana

    Abstract: A random sample of in-service primary school teachers on an upgrading diploma programme offered by the University of Botswana through distance education was investigated to determine... More

    pp. 69-88

  6. Administrative Issues in a Mega Open University: The Case of YCMOU

    H. Chari, Kohinoor institute Hotel, Mumbai, 1ndia; M Haughey, Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

    Abstract: Established in 1999, YCMOU is a major open university with a rapidly growing student population that seeks to be a university to all. It uses a three tier system of provision involving... More

    pp. 89-104