A Decade of Distance Education in the Commonwealth: Achievements and Challenges
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National Open University of Nigeria, Abuja, 18 May 2009, Distance Education for the Twenty first Century, Professor Asha Kanwar & Sir John Daniel, Commonwealth of Learning // Our title today is Distance Education for the 21st Century. We shall begin by outlining three key trends, move on to list three achievements, and conclude with four challenges.
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