Innovations in Learning and Development: A Case from the Arab World

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2014
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Al-Khatib, Hyat
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Commonwealth of Learning
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The twenty-first century is witnessing innovative practices in the advancement of learning in the developed world as a consequence of the technological revolution of the period and the increased demand for higher education (Bax, 2011; Barab, King and Gray, 2004; Roman, 2001). Education is perceived as the cornerstone for development, sustainability and modernisation (Fitzpatrick and Davies, 2003).
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Hybrid/Blended Learning, Pedagogy, Socioeconomics, Quality Assurance
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Journal of Learning for Development;vol. 1, no. 1
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