A Multimedia content development strategy: the NAMCOL Video Production Experience
This paper provides a theoretical framework on the importance of video lessons in Secondary Education specifically for Open and Distance Learning (ODL) in Namibia. Due to the geographically layout of Namibia many secondary education students live in remote areas where they do not have access to schools. Network coverage in Namibia has improved tremendously and more people in Namibia have access to live television broadcast. The two broadcasters, One Africa Television and the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) have extended their coverage over the last years to bring their service to the Namibian population.
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