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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2003 Volume 12, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Creation of a Flexible Learning Environment Through the Use of Online Distributed Video and Supported by Asynchronous Discussion

    Kwong Wong, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

    This paper reports on how the learning of a multimedia subject can be enhanced by using computer-mediated technology. Two forms of online distributed videos were employed alongside with... More

    pp. 119-129

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  2. Online Engineering Education: Some Relevant Issues in Design and Delivery

    Michael Mariasingham & Donald Hanna, University of Wisconsin Madison

    This article explores in depth the possibilities for delivering onlineprofessional engineering education at the baccalaureate level, and outlines the many issues involved in delivering these... More

    pp. 131-147

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  3. Learning Attitude, Motivation and Preferences of Online Learners

    Jyotsna Dikshit, Madhya Pradesh Bhoj (Open) IJniversity, Bhopal; Ashok Gaba, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi; Shashi Bhushan & Suresh Garg, Indira Gandhi National Open University,New Delhi; Santosh Panda, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

    In the present paper, we report our study on attitude, motivationand preferences of online learners in two open universities in India. We have investigated, on a sample of 272 online learners,... More

    pp. 149-167

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  4. Strategies for Effective Utilization of lnteractive Multimedia Compact Disc (IMCD) for Transfer of Farm Technologies

    N. Anandaraja, Tata-Dhan Academy,Madurai; K. Chanrakanandan, H. Philip & N. Raveendaran, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University

    Creating access and promotion of any technology among targetclientele could be possible with the formulabon of appropriate strategies and blue pnnts This might include the purchasmg capacity,... More

    pp. 169-175

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  5. Distance Education Programme in Chemistry for Developing Countries

    Stuart Bennett, Faculty of Science, Open University, Mllton Keynes, UK, United Kingdom; Sudhakar Agarkar, Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, TIFR, Mumbai

    Distance Education Programme in Chemistry for Developing Countries More

    pp. 177-195

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  6. Open Distance Learning in Andhra Pradesh

    V. Venkaiah & C. Mouli, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad

    In this paper, we have presented the status of Open Distance Learning (ODL) systeni in Andhra Pradesh. There are 13 universities from within and 19 institutions/universities from outside the state ... More

    pp. 197-215

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