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Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning

2007 Volume 11, Number 1


Alison J. Fields

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. What’s Needed for E-learning to Take Off? Designing a Suitable National and Institutional Policy Runway

    W Rosenberg, University of Canterbury

    There is a wide range of possible educational applications of technology, from mundane to mind-stretching, which have a good pedagogical rationale and will benefit both students and teachers. Yet... More

    pp. 6-17

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  2. The Impact of a One-Year Teacher Training Programme in Uganda

    Habib Kato, Lawrence Eron, John Maani, Aron Otto, Daniel Okot, Santo Auma-Okumo, Sarah Bunoti & Andrew Cula, Kyambogo University

    Education for all, life-long learning, and other associated developments are placing great pressure on Uganda to provideenhanced access for education to its schoolage and adult populations. This... More

    pp. 18-26

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  3. Replacing the Nods and Smiles: Raising Questions about Philosophy and Pedagogy in a Predominantly Web-based Master’s Module

    Mavis Haigh & Margaret Turnbull, University of Auckland

    This paper discusses the student and lecturer experience of a Master of Education module taught through the World Wide Web and with study guides. It explores the wide range of responses to... More

    pp. 27-39

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