Role of Radio and TV Programmes in Distance and Open Learning System: A Case of Bangladesh Open University
Salma Karim, Mustafa Kamal, Mayenul Islam, School of Business, Bangladesh Open University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Indian Journal of Open Learning Volume 10, Number 2, ISSN 0971-2690 Publisher: Indira Gandhi National Open University
Abstract: In distance and open learning system different types of media are used to impart education to the leamers. Along with the print materials, different types of audio-visual support are provided to meet the learners' need, Audio-visual programmes may be treated as a substitute for the personal touch of the teacher. Through audio visual media specially television - the distance learners can listen to the talks of the course experts and also see them on the TV screen. Radio and TV programmes help the leamers get the direction abouthow the courses should be dealt with and also explanations of the difficult concepts in the courses. This paper aims to reveal the role/effectiveness of radio and TV programmes in distance and open learning system on the basis of a survey of the students of Graduate Diploma in Management (GDM) programme of Bangladesh Open University (BOU)
Karim, S., Kamal, M. & Islam, M. (2001). Role of Radio and TV Programmes in Distance and Open Learning System: A Case of Bangladesh Open University. Indian Journal of Open Learning, 10(2), 151-158. Indira Gandhi National Open University.
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