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Keeping Step with the times: The culture of Quality at the University of the West Indies, Open Campus
The growth of information and communication technology worldwide has facilitated the creation of classrooms without walls and universities without borders. The reaffirmation of UNESCO’s goal of ‘Education for all by 2015’ ...
Going the Distance: Making Distance Learning (DL) Work
Distance learning (DL) is back in vogue in the UK. It is out of the doldrums in terms of institutional and national interest, which is where it has been for a while. I mean DL, not e –learning or flexible learning or open ...
Role of Allama Iqbal Open University in Promoting Access and Demoting Gender Disparity in Higher Education in Pakistan
Higher education has emerged as a key factor for socio-economic development in the recent decades. Amazingly, more persons are attending colleges and universities in this century than in all of the human history (Goodman, ...
Winning the Niger Delta Battle’ Through Sustainable Community-Based Leaning and Outreach: The Challenge of Community Development in Nigeria’s Oil-Rich Region
This paper rests on the argument that the much touted sustainable development in the Niger Delta cannot take its proper root until there is mass tertiary education aimed at equipping the indigenous people of the area with ...
Relationship Management in ODL Systems: An approach towards facilitating access and success in learning
Organizations exist to perform functions towards achievement of its organizational objectives, which are attuned in line with its mission and vision. It attempts to serve its target group of customers through its products ...
Correlates of Academic Achievement for Master of Education Students at Open University Malaysia
The study employed Chi-Square statistics and odds ratios to test the association between students’ academic performance and their demographic profile. Additionally a logistic regression routine was used to predict the ...