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Indian Journal of Open Learning

1999 Volume 8, Number 2

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Number of articles: 10

  1. University Distance Education in Zimbabwe: Progress, Challenges and Future Prospects

    T.J. Nhundu, University of Zimbabwe, Harare

    In answer to increased demographic pressure for university places brought about as a result of highly successful post-independence mass education policies in Zimbabwe, the Government responded... More

    pp. 115-130

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  2. Convergence of Conventional and Distance Modes - Development and Delivery in the University of the South Pacific

    Suresh Garg, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi

    Since its inception in 1968, collaborative teaching has been practised successfully by the University of the South Pacific with its jurisdiction over 12 island nations. To maximise educational... More

    pp. 131-138

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  3. Applicability of Total Quality Philosophy in Distance Education Institutions

    Deniz Tasci, Anadolu University, Eskisehir.

    Total Quality Management has become essential in enhancing thereputation of the distance education system. This paper presents an overview of open education system in Turkey and suggests the... More

    pp. 139-146

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  4. Networked Distance Education in lndia

    R.C. Sharma, Regional Services Division, IGNOU, New Delhi

    Distance education provides immense opportunity for networked education. IGNOU has made remarkable progress in the area of networking. An education network is being developed to provide mass... More

    pp. 147-156

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  5. Networked Distance Education in India

    R C. Sharma

    Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has made remarkable progress in the area of networking. An education network is being developed to provide mass training and resource-based learning. ... More

    pp. 147-56

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  6. Media Scripting and Teacher Training

    Rajendra Pal, Central Institute of Educational Technology, NCERT New Delhi

    The Government of India is planning to start a new educational channel but suffcient media software is not available for it. Educational media institutions are not able to utilize their production ... More

    pp. 157-162

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  7. Quantifying Interactive Learning

    Anurag Saxena, Centre for Development of Evaluation Technology, SRED, IGNOU; Monika Jauhari, INSDOC. New Delhi

    Learning process in Distance Education begins with the developmentof "material" which helps the learners at a "distance" through some kind of "dialogue". In conventional set-up the learners go to a... More

    pp. 163-170

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  8. Teaching of Library and Information Sciences through Distance Mode

    V.K. Thomas, Raja Rammohan Roy Library Foundation, Calcutta; C.K. Ghosh, IGNOU Regional Centre, Calcutta

    Master of Library and lnformation Sciences (MLISc) happens to be one of the advancedprogrammes launched by lndira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU). It made a beginning in 1994. In view of... More

    pp. 171-186

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  9. Continuation and Completion Patterns of Management Distance Learners: A Case Study

    P. Sivaswaroop, IGNOU Regional Centre, Hyderabad

    Distance Education (DE) provides its learners the flexibility in their studies. They can study the prescribed courses at their own pace, place and convenience. This makes one of the subtle... More

    pp. 187-196

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  10. Learning Habits of Post-Graduate Learners in Distance Education

    C. Villi, State Institute of Rural Development,Tamilnadu

    There are many means and sources of learning, but inspite of all these development, the examinations were showing large number of failure. Failure has offen demoralising effects on the otherwise... More

    pp. 197-200

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