eLearning in Commonwealth Asia 2013
A study and compilation of eLearning country profiles of Commonwealth Asian countries. eLearning programmes are largely offered in blended mode, and completely online programmes are not many. The study is expected to provide an overview for policy-makers, planners, implementers and leaders in educational institutions to help them think about the use of eLearning for providing increased access to quality education in a holistic manner through appropriate use of ICTs.
AuthorPulist, S K
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