Role of open and distance education institutions in scaling up quality education for all
The main objective of this paper is therefore to look into the different factors that contribute to the use of various Instructional Technologies in Open and Distance Education Institutions to suit the learners’ needs to continue life long education.
AuthorKondapalli, Parameswara R
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