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Open and Distance Learning for Skill Development in Nigeria
The access to knowledge and skills to all people regardless of gender, age, race or location is enormously important. Education and training must be all-inclusive and reflect the vastly diversified present economy and ...
Arming the armed forces for a civilian life: an experience of IGNOU
Period of employability and sudden termination either due to individual preference or due to disaster or due to end of the employable period are a constant endeavour in Armed forces. In addition, the importance of secrecy ...
Technical and Vocational Education through Distance Learning in Bangladesh: Social Impacts and Benefits
The globalization of industry increases the demand of more highly educated skilled workers; but traditional academic curriculum systems have not enough scope to develop such skills. To fulfill the demand of skill manpower ...
Motivators of Students’ Persistence on Distance Learning Programmes in Ethno-Religious Crisis States in Nigeria: Implications for Counselling
The purpose of this study is to determine students’ persistence on distance learning programmes despite ethno-religious crisis in twelve Northern States in Nigeria. States selected for the study are Borno, Yobe, Adamawa, ...
Empowering School Teachers with Educational Technology using the Distance Education Mode
Educational Technology deals with defining overall and specific objectives, analysis of learning situations, selection of methods and media, development of educational materials and evaluation tools, implementing and ...