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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2005 Volume 14, Number 3

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Collaboration and Consortia in Distance Education: Sharing of Good Practices from Three Canadian Contexts

    Kathleen Matheos, University of Manitoba, Canada; Angelina Wong, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

    Abstract: The developmenr of sdstainable collaboration and consortia ' within higher education is not an easy task. This article draws upon the literature ahd the authors' first hand experience to ... More

    pp. 195-203

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  2. Designing Interactive Online Learning Environments

    Rachel Forsyth, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

    Abstract: Educational institutions all over the world are adopting online learning strategies. This mode of delivery is seen to be a way of dealing with diverse learner populations, increased... More

    pp. 205-212

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  3. Research as Professional Development in Distance Education

    Santosh Panda, Zndira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: This paper' examines some crucial issues on 'research as professional development' in distance education (viz. systemic versus discipline research, identity and learning, scaffolding and ... More

    pp. 213-224

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  4. Towards a Networked Learning Community: Using ICTs to Enhance Learning Support

    Anne Gaskell, Kathleen Gilmartin & Patrick Kelly, The Open University, United Kingdom

    Abstract: Information and communication technologies (ICTs) play a significant role in learner support services in distance education, and in this case, the Open University (UK). This paper reviews... More

    pp. 225-234

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  5. Framework of Collaborative Research and Development on Distance Learning Technology in Asia*

    Naveed Malik, University of Pakistan, Pakistan; Tian Belawati, Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia; Jonathan Baggaley, The Uiliversity of the South Pacific, Fiji

    Abstract: Asia's population has been increasing dramatically over the last ten years, and has been the most problematic issue of most Asian countries in terms of human resource development.... More

    pp. 235-247

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  6. Methodological Approaches for Blended Learning Evaluation -

    Maro Vlachopoulou, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece; Basil Manos & Sofia Chrysopoulou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

    Abstract: Blended learning is the combination of traditional and distance learning. It constitutes the natural evolution of e-learning through an integrated programme of multiple choices of means, ... More

    pp. 249-266

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    Manjulika Srivastava, Reader, STRIDE, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi 110068, India; Prabir Biswas, Resource person's of the workshop and Reader in Distance Education, STRIDE, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi 110068, India; Santosh Panda, STRIDE, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi 110068, India; Jyotsna Dikshit & Santosh Panda

    pp. 269-272


    Ashok Gaba, Deputy Director (Research), STRIDE, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi 110 068, India., India

    p. 277