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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2007 Volume 16, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Pattern of Usage and Perceived Effectiveness of Internet among Higher Education Students

    S Arulchelvan, Lecturer, Department of Media Sciences, Anna University Chennai

    Abstract:Internet is considered the fastest growing educational medium due to its mult~ple advantages such as user-inten'ace, flexible time, learner friendly formats and contents. As a media for... More

    pp. 201-215

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  2. Providing Quality Teacher Education for Women in Ghana through Open and Distance Learning

    Olivia Kwapong, Institute of Adult Education, University of Ghana, Ghana

    Abstract: Open distance learning (ODL) is of special relevance to the training of teachers who should respond eficiently to frequent and fast changes of knowledge. ODL has emerged as a tool for... More

    pp. 217-234

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  3. ICTs for Professional Development of Elementary School Teachers: A Study

    Manoj Dash, Programme Officer, DEP-SSA, IGNOU, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: Professional development of teaches educators, teachers, trainers and master trainers to improve the learning of children at elementary level and provide qualiiy elementay education to... More

    pp. 235-244

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  4. Evaluation of Assessment Methods as Correlates of Quality Assurance and Certification Standard in ODL Institutions

    Olugbenga Ojo, Directorate of Assessment and Emminations, NOUN, Lagos, Nigeria; Felix Olakulehin, Centre for Continuing Education & Workplace Training, NOUN, Lagos , Nigeria; Olowola Remi, Research Traning Institute for open and distance Learning NOUN, Lagos, Nigeria; Feemila Adeoye & Salawu Ibrahim, School of Education NOUN, Lagos, Nigeria

    Abstract: Distance education in sub-Saharan Africa is just becoming a part of the education culture. There exists a generally held notion by stakeholders, such as prospective employers, admission... More

    pp. 245-253

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  5. Experiences in Sharing of Printed Instructional Materials for Distance Learning

    Neelam Chaudhary, Sunil Kumar & Girja Shankar, Project Facilitation Unit, Planning & Development Division, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: The printed learning resources are the prime and oldest media for delivery of education through the distance mode. These resoi~rcesa re available in different forms, such as books, self... More

    pp. 254-266

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    IJOL Secretariat, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi 110 068, India

    p. 295

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