Teaching Drug Sciences through ODL: The BRAOU Experience
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University Growth and Organizational Structure // If we look at the Indian experience with regard to the starting of the Open University, we find that the State of Andhra Pradesh is the pioneer which established the first Open University in the Country. Several factors contributed to the development of idea of an Open University in India, prior to the establishment of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University (BRAOU), originally known as Andhra Pradesh Open University. In the early 1970s , an idea of set up an Open University at the national and the State levels emerged under the impact and influence of the UK Open University (UKOU).
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Enhanced Quality and Success in Sri Lankan non-University Institutions through intermediary and Innovative approaches involving hybridised ODL Methodologies Oleap Fernando, J N (2010-11)The author has been involved since 1979 in teaching Chemistry at the B Sc degree level to students in two nonconventional programmes . He has also been involved for 44 years of his academic career in teaching Chemistry to ...
Using Design & Animation Concepts to Produce Animated Instructional Resources that Can Facilitate Open Distance Learning in Science and Technology Education Kwasu, Isaac A; Yalams, Simon M; Ema, Ema (2013-11)This paper presents an outline on how teachers can use “The Design Process and Animation Techniques to produce animated instructional resources (AIR) which, can be used to facilitate Open Distance Learning in especially ...
Developing Strategies for successful Science and Technology programmes in Open Universities of Developing countries Rangappa, K S; Narasimharao, B Panduranga (2010-11)As human civilization progresses from one era to another era the education and its delivery also undergoes changes and transformations as per the experience and needs of the society of that era. The present day system had ...
A Comparative Study between the Learners of Computer Science and Health Science of Bangladesh Open University Numan, Sharker M; Rahman, K M Rezanur; Sadat, Anwar (2010-11)Success of distance education would be depended on how the policy makers’ are aware of the problems, needs, attitudes and characteristics of their learners. The present study tried to reflect the learners’ demographic ...
Banerjee, Kamalika (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2019-09)The words gamification and game-based learning are of course not the same. Game-based learning is in short, learning through games. Using games in the classroom transfers the teaching-learning situation from teacher-centric ...