Brave New Women of Asia: How Distance Education Changed Their Lives
The aim of this book of case studies is to inspire and encourage women to participate in open and distance learning. Going through the case studies, potential women learners will see that most of their reservations and fears are unfounded. Other questions in their minds about how to cope with studies after a long gap, at a mature age or without regular tutorials will be answered as they read about the experiences of other women like themselves.
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Kanwar, Asha (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2017-03-08)A video message delivered by Professor Asha Kanwar, President & CEO, Commonwealth of Learning, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, 8 March 2017.
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Quality Education to Underprivileged through Change Management in Open Distance Learning(ODL) within Dual Mode University: A Story of School of Open Learning (SOL), University of Delhi (DU) Pokhriyal, H C (2013-11)SOL was established in 1962 as India’s first effective ODL initiative to impart inclusive and cost effective quality higher education within a dual mode institutional framework of Delhi University. The paper, as SOL’s case ...
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