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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2016 Volume 25, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Technological Interventions in Open and Distance Learning System: A Case Study of Brittle Bone Disease Learners in Kerala

    M RAJESH, SINDHU NAIR & V. JALAJAKUMARI

    Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), also referred to as the brittle bone disease is a rare congenital ailment characterised by bones that are very brittle and hence, prone to fractures. Such afflicted... More

    pp. 165-186

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  2. An Analytical Study of Web Support in Distance Education Programmes

    PRAVEEN JAIN, MOHINDER SALOOJA & G. MYTHILI

    Providing effective learner support services (LSS) is essential for the successful completion of any distance education programme. The open and distance learning (ODL) institutions are testing web ... More

    pp. 187-203

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  3. Creativity in Open Distance Learning: A Study of the Perception of the Teachers and the Academics of IGNOU

    MOUMITA DAS

    Creativity is the ability of an individual to develop something new and original. Creativity leads to innovation, which is linked to the socioeconomic development of our society. Creativity is the ... More

    pp. 205-223

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  4. e-Learning Access and Infrastructure in Distance Learning Institutions; A Case of University of Nairobi, Kenya

    OUMA OMITO & JANE KEMBO

    The study investigated e-Learning access and infrastructure for the final year Bachelor of Education (Arts) students who were learning through distance mode at the School of Continuing and Distance... More

    pp. 225-236

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  5. Access and Equity: A Study of Selected IGNOU Programmes

    LEENA SINGH

    The Open Distance Learning (ODL) system has emerged as a dynamic system of education offering immense educational opportunities. It serves the learners overcoming the different barriers of caste,... More

    pp. 237-254

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