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Study on Predicting ‘at-risk’ Female Learners in BOU-Open School: Who succeeds and Why?
The Open School of Bangladesh Open University (BOU-OS) launched, using self-learning materials, face-to-face tutorials, and ICT (radio-TV broadcasts, SMS technology), its operation in 1995 through enrolling learners in the ...
Promoting ICT Opportunities For Women Empowerment In Nigeria: Issues And Strategies
Information and Communication technology (ICT) has become a potent force in transforming social, economic and political life globally. Their uses and importance are increasing daily correspondingly. Women are often unsung ...
Gender and Life Long Learning: Impact on Women’s Empowerment
COL has been working on L3 for farmers’ project for the last five years in collaboration with NGOs; Community based organizations, technical institutions, telecom service providers and commercial banks in Tamil Nadu, India. ...
The Usage of Information Communication Technology (ICT) by women in Tertiary Institutions in Ekiti State, Nigera
The ICT is one of the key factors for sustainable development in the nation. Its usage for effective management, teaching and learning in higher Education cannot be overemphasized. This paper investigated the use of ICT ...
ICT Use by students of the Higher Teachers Training College Yaounde: are there Gender Differences?
One of the main problems to be solved in Africa if the EFA goal quality education for All is to be achieved by 2015 is without any doubt the taking into consideration good educational policies. The final report of UNESCO’s ...
Open and Distance Learning and Information and Communication Technologies: Implications on Formal and Non formal Education: Kenyan Case
The Population; female (% of total) in Kenya was last reported at 50.05 in 2011, according to a World Bank report published in 2012. Despite this higher percentage, women in Kenya are not well represented in education and ...