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Access and equity in Open Education Resources: E-learning for girl and women in Bangladesh Open University
Open Educational Resources are freely accessible, usually openly licensed documents and media that are useful for teaching, learning, educational, assessment and research purposes. E-learning is (website, e-books, cd, dvd ...
Women and the Fear of Mathematics: An Analysis of Myths and Realities in an ODL Context
The paper will explore the different factors that restrict the number of female undergraduates in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics courses in the National Open University of Nigeria, an ODL institution, in ...
The Role of TVET in Developing Skills for Kenyan Rural Women through Open Learning: A Case of Samburu Women at Coastal Region
The modern girl’s dream is to live and work in an urban locality regardless of her background. This reverie is based on the perception that an urban setting has so much to offer including better education, dream job and ...
Use of Cost-Effective Digital Technologies for Empowering Pakistani Women of Disadvantaged Communities – A Reflective Narrative
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2019-09)
The paper reflects on my experiences of introducing innovative and financially sustainable digital technologies for improving teaching and learning. I piloted three cost-effective technologies (i) blogs (ii) podcast and ...