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A Tracer Study of Disabled Distance Learners of IGNOU and their Employability
The present paper is based on a tracer study to identify students with disabilities enrolled in various programmes of IGNOU. The study describes the characteristics, enrollment, support services received, completion rates ...
ICT as a Tool for Teaching and Learning in Respect of Learner with Disability
In this paper we will explore the accessibility problems faced by different types of disabled learners and the solutions provided by ICT for them. From this point onward we have used word learner and student interchangeably. ...
Knowledge and Skill Acquisition from a Distance: Meeting the Changing Demands of Disadvantaged
This paper attempts to explain the need of Open and Distance Learning (ODL) for the specific disadvantaged population so as to meet their changing demand for knowledge and skill acquisition. There are no controversies ...
Inclusive curriculum development: opportunities and challenges in open & distance education
Persons with disabilities are regarded as one of the most socially excluded groups in all societies today. Many policies and Programmes have been formulated for their advantage and more so, in the field of education, ...
Accessibility and Quality Education of Persons with Disabilities in India: An Open Schooling Perspective
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)
Recently under the Sustainable Development Goal 4, all the countries including India are mandated to achieve the goal to eliminate gender disparities in education and ensure equal access to all levels of education and ...