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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 ...
Scaling-up Quality in the Quantitative Papers Subscribed Through Distance Mode
Based on a set of exploratory studies on the cardinals of teaching-learning process in the courses of statistics in distance education system, the paper attempts to put forth a case for reorienting instructional process ...
Performance Indicators for self-evaluation and quality enhancement
In this context it is an urgent need to have a common, quality assurance framework and an international evaluation process for quality assurance in distance higher education including procedures for quality audits, evaluation, ...
Staff related factors contributing to quality in Open and Distance Learning
Quality is one of the main concerns among institutions and stakeholders today especially those involved in open and distance learning (ODL). This study sought to examine staff related factors contributing to quality in the ...
In Pursuit of Quality: UNISWA Lecturer’s Perception on the Academic Performance of Conventional and Distance Education Students
UNISWA students doing the B.A. degree in Humanities, which is offered in both the conventional and the distance education mode, proceed to become high school teachers in the country. As the quality of education that these ...
Feedback on Self-Leaning Materials (SLMs) of the Junior School Certificate (JSC) Program of the Open School of Bangladesh Open University: Select Case Studies
The main aim of this paper is to find out most appropriate strategy for producing the learning materials which is feasible for the JSC program. The specific objectives of the current research are: • to analyze the attitude ...