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Engaging ODL Learners through Mobile Learning at Open University Malaysia
Mobile learning (m-learning) is said to be the next wave of learning (Bonk, 2009). The ITU World Telecommunication (2009) reported an estimate of 4.6 billion mobile cellular telephone subscriptions around the world compared ...
Bridging the Gap between Community and Cardiologists
The prevalence of coronary heart disease (CHD) among adults is reported to be 3- 4% and 8 – 10% in rural and urban areas respectively. The prevalence of CHD has increased considerably in India, in the last few decades. It ...
Unlocking the potentials: conceptual framework for the education of the indigenous people through open and distance learning
The constitution of Bangladesh guarantees equal rights for men and women, prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, race, caste and religion and strives to promote social and economic equality. Access to information ...
Determinants of Effective School Management: An Empirical Investigation to Explore ODL prospects
This research article is planned to examine the determinants of effective school management and explore prospects of ODL in the light of findings and conclusions of the study. School is a place which contributes a profound ...
Integrated Multi Channel Technology Based Delivery of Skills Training: Changing Lives in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is a country of enormous possibility. But, even after that, majority of its people have to live in poverty, malnutrition, unemployment, superstition and many other forms of deprivation. Development workers, ...
Quality Education to Underprivileged through Change Management in Open Distance Learning(ODL) within Dual Mode University: A Story of School of Open Learning (SOL), University of Delhi (DU)
SOL was established in 1962 as India’s first effective ODL initiative to impart inclusive and cost effective quality higher education within a dual mode institutional framework of Delhi University. The paper, as SOL’s case ...
Closing Remarks: PCF6
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2010-11-28)
Transcript and link to video of the closing remarks to the 6th Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning, Kochi, Kerala, India, 28 November 2010. Presented by The Hon. Burchell Whiteman, O.J., Chair of COL's Board of Governors.
Skill for Empowerment: Break the Cage: Challenges for Open and Distance Learning
Bangladesh has made some great strides in promoting gender equality in the education sector by managing to close the gender gap in gross and net enrolment ratios in primary and secondary education. However, this success ...
Capacity building in HIV/AIDS care in Anti Retroviral Therapy Centre through Open and Distance Learning
India has the third largest number of people living with HIV/AIDS. As per HIV Sentinel Surveillance 2008-09, there are an estimated 23.9 lakh people living with HIV/AIDS in India in 2009. Currently nearly 9.6 lakh patients ...
Partnership for staff development between the University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) Open College and the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) of India: The experience of a participating scholar in this partnership
Papua New Guinea is one of the developing countries in the South Pacific that is yet to have a government funded and established Open and Distance Learning (ODL) tertiary institution. Although the need to establish a ...