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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2003 Volume 12, Number 1

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Growth of Open and Flexible Learning in India: Emerging Challenges and Prospects

    H.P. Dikshit, Vice-Chancellor, IGNOU, New Delhi

    Growth of Open and Flexible Learning in India: Emerging Challenges and Prospects More

    pp. 7-15

  2. Factors Related to Student Satisfaction and Motivation in Distance Science Learning: A Case Study of a Foundation Course in Biology and Earth Science

    Namin Shin & Gordon Maxwell, The Open University of Hong kong

    This paper presents a research study investigating factors related to student satisfaction and academic motivation in the area of distance science learning. By means of a questionnaire survey, data... More

    pp. 17-27

  3. Knowledge Discoveries on Performance of IGNOU Science Graduates through Data Mining

    Pankaj Khare & Anurag Saxena, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi; Suresh Garg, Indira Gandhi National Open University,New Delhi

    In this paper we have applied the data mining technique for knowledge discoveries on IGNOU science graduates by analyzing the relevant records with a view to facilitate science educators to apply... More

    pp. 29-45

  4. The Impact of Computers with Peer lnteraction on Learning Physics

    S. Kadhiravan & V. Suresh, Directorate of Distance Education, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar, Tamil Nadu

    The use of computers in education is revolutionizing both learning processes and instructional technology. Computers allow the development of interactive and individualized relations among the... More

    pp. 47-58

  5. Self Instructional Material (SIM) on Educational Statistics for B.Ed. Students - An Experiment

    S. Rastogi, Evaluation Division, Y.C.M. Open University, Nashik, Maharashtra; Nameeta Sahare, Govt. College of Education, Bhandara, Maharashtra

    Individual diffemnces are main bam.ers in the way of communication. No communication strategy can satisfy every leameristudent at the same time in the classroom situation. It has given birth to an ... More

    pp. 59-67

  6. Orienting Nurse Educators towards Teaching Competencies through Internet

    Lawrence Sunita, Madhya Praciesh Bhoj (Open) University, Bhopal, India

    Teaching in nursing is a dynamic, complex and an abstract concept. Teaching is a system of directed and deliberate action that is intended to induce learning through a series of directed activities... More

    pp. 69-75

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  7. Certificate in Beauty Parlour Management Programme: A Case in Vocational Education through Distance Education Mode

    R.V. Vadnere, Rucha Gujar & Ashwin Sonone, YCM Open University, Nashik

    A great deal of interest has been generated in past decade in the area of open and distance education. In comparison to the conventional mode the ODE mode offers inexpensive, learnercentric and... More

    pp. 77-93

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  8. Study on Knowledge, Attitude Perception and Expectations (KAPE) of the Women Learners of Open University

    C. Villi, State Institute of Rural Management, Maraimlainagar, Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu

    The knowledge, attitude, perception, and expectation of the learners who are undergoing studies in the open university system/distance education deserve careful investigation. Therefore, it is... More

    pp. 95-100

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  9. Forthcoming Conferences and Events

    Ashok Gaba, Senior Research Officer , STRIDE, IGNOU, New Delhi

    p. 111