Distance Education in Single and Dual Mode Universities: Papers Presented to a Symposium on Reforms in Higher Education
The papers in this collection were prepared for a symposium on reforms in higher education, with particular emphasis on distance education, held in New Delhi, India, in late August, 1992, and sponsored by The Commonwealth of Learning and the University Grants Commission, India. // Series formerly called "Perspectives on Teacher Education." Renamed to "Perspectives on Open and Distance Learning."
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Daniel, John (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2008-11-05)You have given me an interesting and challenging title: Global Perspectives on University Policies and Management for Distance Education. I shall stick closely to that title but keep it simple.// First, I shall attempt a ...
The State of Open Universities in the Commonwealth: A Perspective on Performance, Competition and Innovation Garrett, Richard (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2016-02)The goal of this report is to critically examine one of the marvels of modern higher education: specialist open and distance learning (ODL) universities. These institutions, such as The Open University (UKOU), Indira ...
Integrating Community Partnership Perspective in University Functions: A Strategic Approach to Strengthen University-Community Linkage Tripathi, Shiv K; Rathnam, B V; Tripathi, S L (2010-11)Looking into the complexities of the issue, the present paper has been conceptualized around the broader research question of ‘how we can develop sustainable university-community partnership in the university organization?’ ...
Kanwar, Asha (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2011-03-02)UNISA ODL Occasional Lecture Series, 2 March 2011, Open Education Models: Past, Present, Future Presented by Prof. Asha Kanwar, Commonwealth of Learning // My topic today is ‘Open Education Models: past, present and future’. ...
Islam, Nazrul (2013-11)This paper deals with the multifarious problems of educating girls and women of Bangladesh and shows how ODL and ICT can work to address these problems. Education is the light to which everybody has equal right. Men and ...