Research in Open and Distance Learning
Prof. Abtar Kaur, Open University Malaysia in conversation with Prof. Roger Mills, COL Consultant at the Sixth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning (PCF6), Kochi, India, November 2010. Video Series on Open and Distance Learning. Ten video conversations conducted by CEMCA at the Sixth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning. (Duration: 19:04)
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Latchem, Colin; Kaur, Abtar; Balasubramanian, K; Daniel, John; Jung, Insung; Lee, Tae Rim; Peters, Geoff; Dhanarajan, Gajaraj (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2011-09)Commonwealth of Learning presents a Video Series on Open & Distance Learning. Four interviews were held during the Asian Association of Open Universities (AAOU) 25th Annual Conference 2011 in Penang, Malaysia from 28-30 ...
Powley, Roger (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2013)Conducting educational research requires knowledge of the scientific process and a variety of research tools and techniques. What research you do, how you do it, and what happens to the results will depend to a large extent ...
Kaur, Abtar; Fadzil, Mansor; Abas, Zoraini W (2010-11)Open University Malaysia (OUM) is the first ODL institution in Malaysia to offer a completely pure online programme. The programme called Master of Instructional Design & Technology (MIDT) is accredited by the Malaysian ...
Research Trends in Open Educational Resources (OER): A Review of Empirical Studies Published in Selected Journals from 2003 to 2013 Kaur, Abtar; Nkosi, Jane; Francis-Seaman, Helen (2013-11)Technological advancement and the integration of new technologies in teaching and learning have brought unprecedented changes to the delivery of education. Alongside this expansion in information and communication technologies, ...
The Art of the Possible: issues of learner support in open and distance learning in low income countries Creed, Charlotte; Allsop, Terry; Mills, Roger; Morpeth, Ros (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2005)Although the quotation above uses language which sounds rather dated fifteen years on, questioning the assumption that distance learning practices established in one context can translate into new ones remains valid. As ...