Connections (vol. 21, PCF8 edition 3)
A special edition of Connections, published at the Eighth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning on 30 November 2016.
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Ambe-Uva, Terhemba N (2010-11)In Nigeria, as elsewhere in the world, Open and Distance Learning (ODL) is used as a major vehicle to break the three vectors - access, quality and cost – that has constrained education time immemorial in order to improve ...
Gender Based Inequalities in Learning for Mitigating Disaster Risk in Bangladesh: How ODL can Help? Sattar, Mohammed A (Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)No doubt about that Bangladesh is a disaster prone country. This country is experienced by natural and human induced disasters on an average every year. The severity of these disasters on people is not equal. In most cases, ...
Beliefs Regarding Approaches to Study and Learning Styles: The Primacy of Gender as the Mediating Variable Sen, Rekha S (2010-11)The present study is an outcome of the findings of an exploratory qualitative study which revealed that about half the male learners in the sample, but none in the women’s sample, pursuing various Masters’ Programmes at ...