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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2008 Volume 17, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. The Role of Institutional Research in the Development of Open and Distance Learning: A Case Study from Korea National Open University

    Shinja Koo, Institute of Distance Education, Korea National Open University, Seoul, Korea (South)

    Abstract: The objective of this paper is to analyse the role of institutional research in the development of open and distance learning system in South Korea. lnstitutional research of open... More

    pp. 7-23

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  2. Integrating Multimedia Package at Pre-Service Level: A Technopedagogy for Smart Schools

    Anjali Khirwadkar, CASE. The M.S. University of Barocln, Vadodara, India

    Abstract: lnformation and Communication Technology (ICT) has invaded all aspects of human life. ICT can play a major role in any educational set up, right from student registration to certification... More

    pp. 25-33

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  3. Computer Supported Collaborative Learning for Adult Education and Training - An Instructional Design Perspective

    K. Mathai, National Institute qf Technical Teachers' Training & Research, Slznirrla Hills, Bhopal, Madhya Pmdesh, India

    Abstract: In the recent years, courses are becoming widely available through online learning mode using the lnternet technology. The increasing availability of collaborative features of lnternet... More

    pp. 35-49

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  4. An Evaluation of Bangladesh Open University: Problems and Prospects

    Parves Sultan, School of Business, Bangladesh Open University, Gazipur, Bangladesh

    Abstract: Distance education in Bangladesh started in 1956 with a distribution of 200 radio receivers. Open and distance learning (ODL) got institutional status through establishing the Bangladesh ... More

    pp. 51-73

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  5. Need and Strategy for Capacity Building through Communicative Skills in Open Distance Learning

    Nandini Sahu, School of Humanities, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: The object of this paper is to assess the need for the integration of a value based course on communicative skills, especially premeditated for the distant learners. The plunging fervor... More

    pp. 75-80

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  6. Towards Universalisation of Secondary Education through NIOS

    Dinesh Bist, National Institute of Open Schooling, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: This paper attempts to make a critical evaluation of the National Institute of Open Schooling as a modality for implementation of the Open Learning system at school level in India, since ... More

    pp. 81-94

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  7. Impact of Creative Talent on the Performance of Teacher Trainees of Distance Mode

    Neelofar Khan, Centre of Distance Education, University of Kashmir, J&K, India

    Abstract: Any creative teacher's performance tends to stimulate creative learning leading to increase in creativity of both teacher and learner. An attempt was made in this paper to find out the... More

    pp. 95-100

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