European Distance Education: A Handbook of Current European Programmes and Networks
The purpose of this handbook is to provide accessible information to personnel in ministries, educational institutions and other bodies concerned with education and training in order to inform them of new developments in Europe and enable them to select, make contact with and obtain further information about programmes of interest as possible models or as potential partners in development. (60 pages)
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Phillips, Susan; Jenkins, Janet (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1995)This unique resource book is designed to be used by those developing distance learning materials to assist in identifying gender bias concerns and improving capacity for addressing them. Discussion and case studies cover ...
Open University of Sri Lanka (Open University of Sri Lanka, 2004)Programme handbook for those studying the distance learning Masters of Arts in Teacher Education (International) course through the Open University of Sri Lanka
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