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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2004 Volume 13, Number 1

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Reflections on the Role of Open and Distance

    H.P Dikshit, Indiru Gundhi Nulionul Open University, New Delhi. India, India

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    pp. 7-14

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  2. Evaluation in Distance Learning: Fluff or Substance

    Donald Maccuish, .4 ir Command and Staff College, Maxwell Am, WA

    Abstract: - Document, Formative, Summative, and Impact are discussed. Principles and suggestions are provided, but they are not exhaustive. They pertain equally to all levels of education and... More

    pp. 15-28

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  3. Performance Analysis of IGNOU Science Students in Theory Courses through Data Mining

    Pankaj Khare, Anurag Saxena & Suresh Garg, Indira Ghandi National Open University, New Delhi India

    Abstract: The performance of science students is judged through term-end examination, continuous assessment, laboratory and/or project evaluation. Recently, we studied the performance of IGNOU... More

    pp. 29-49

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  4. Management Style in the ODB Universities: A Comparative Strady between BOU and BRAOU

    S.M Ahmmod, Asian Institute of Technology Pathumthani, Thailand

    Abstract: Open and Distance Learning (ODL) universities are performing acbvities ~n a mixed way of educational institutions and industrial concerns, In many cases, management styles of the ODL... More

    pp. 51-61

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  5. Reflection and Continuing Professional Development: Implications for Online Distance Learning

    Santosh Panda, Indira Gandhi National Open Universily, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: This paper examines the role 'reflection' plays in continuing professional development (CPD), and draws implications for online professional development. While doing so, online CPD is... More

    pp. 63-77

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  6. Impact of Distance Education Programnles of IGNOU on Personal and Career Development of Distance Learners

    P.K Biswas & G. Mythili, Indira Gandhi ,National Open University, Mew Delhi, India

    Abstract: The lndira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) had launched two academic programmes for developing human resources in distance education: Post-graduate Diploma in Distance Education (... More

    pp. 79-86

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  7. Responses of Learners to Technology-Based Learning in ODL: A Case Study of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University

    K. Gangappa, University of Botswana, Botswana; E. Chandraiah, University of Swaziland, Swaziland

    Abstract: The open and distance education system enables open and distance education institutions to expand their higher education capability effectively, efficiently and quickly through modern... More

    pp. 87-96

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  8. WORKSHOP REPORTS

    Professor Panda, Professor or Distance Education Indira Gandhi Na~ional Open University. New delhi 11 0 068. India., India; . Bala, Reader in Economics Indira Gandhi Na~ional Open University. New delhi 11 0 068. India., India; Sanjaya Mishra, senior Lecturer in Distance Education. Indira Gandhi Na~ional Open University. New delhi 11 0 068. India., India; Vijay shri, Reader, School of' Sciences. Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Uelhi. India., India; C.R.K. Murthy, Reader in Distance Education, Indira Gandhi Na~ional Open University. New delhi 11 0 068. India., India; Professor Basu., Professor of History Indira Gandhi Na~ional Open University. New delhi 11 0 068. India., India; Professor Chaudhary, Director. School of Education. Indira Gandhi Na~ional Open University. New delhi 11 0 068. India., India

    pp. 123-126

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