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Risk and Resilience at Female Learners Transitions to ODL: A Study on Open School of Bangladesh Open University
Open and distance learning (ODL) approach is considered as alternative approach of educational delivery; and education through this system is referred to as ‘second chance education’ in the educational literature. This ...
Ensuring Quality in Open and Distance Education for Women Empowerment in Bangladesh
The issue of women empowerment attracts global attention, which is especially true since after the 4th UN World Conference on Women held in Beijing in 1995. Access to quality education has been at the root of women ...
Designing an Effective e-Learning Course: Experiences from an Open Polytechnic of New Zealand Course of 2013
It is natural to assume that that e-learning is about the loneliness of the long-distance learner, who sits alone at a keyboard, working his or her way through readings, exercises and tests, and lacking in interaction. ...
Study on Open School Learners’ Access to Electronic Media and their Use
The Open School of Bangladesh Open University (BOU-OS) uses both the conventional face-to-face (f2f) tutorial system based on the print module and electronic technologies such as CDs, audiovisual cassettes, and radio and ...