Administrative Structures for Distance Education
The purpose of this book is to help anyone considering the use of distance education and trying to decide how it should be organised. The acclaimed success of the world's 25+ open universities gives the impression that learning at a distance demands the establishment of an open university. But, in practice, there are many different ways in which governments, universities, or private bodies can teach students at a distance. The book explores and compares the options that may be possible.
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Perraton, Hilary (International Research Foundation for Open Learning (IRFOL) ; Asian Development Bank, 1996)The purpose of the paper is to guide the planning of distance education programmes for teacher training. Many teacher-training programmes have sought a balance between general education, teaching in relation to specific ...
PREST in Open and Distance Learning: Costs and Economics of Open and Distance Learning (B3 Handbook) Perraton, Hilary (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2004)Why cost ODL? Because there are sensible questions, that affect policy and affect people’s lives, about educational costs, which the researcher and manager often needs to answer.
Perraton, Hilary (Commonwealth of Learning (COL);International Research Foundation for Open Learning (IRFOL), 2003)This series of guides to good practice, jointly published by COL and the International Research Foundation for Open Learning (IRFOL), analyses policy issues about the use of open and distance learning and of information ...
Perraton, Hilary (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2010)In recent years the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) has convened an annual meeting with partner agencies working in the field of teacher education. Its purpose is to share updates on our activities and to explore ways of ...
Balasubramanian, K; Carr, Alexis; Onyango, James (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2017-02-06)One of the themes of this presentation is that the lifelong learning approach need not be a linear process of literacy-formal education-non-formal learning-informal learning. The presentation argues that formal and non-formal ...