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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2004 Volume 13, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. An Investigation of Distance Learners' Preferences for and Barriers to Online Learning in Hong Kong

    Kirk Perris, The University of Hong Kong; Weiyuan Zhang & Teresa Poon, The open university of Hong Kong

    Abstract: There has been a substantial investment at The Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) to integrate online technologies into existing courses and programmes. Currently, the University offers ... More

    pp. 139-149

  2. Addressing Training Needs in Universalisation of Elementary Education: A Distance Education Perspective

    ANANDA PADHAN & SOHANVIR CHAUDHARY, DEP-SSA, Indira Gandhi National Open Universily, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: The District Primary Education Programme (DPEP) was launched in India as a centrally sponsored scheme in the year 1994 to bring out qualitative changes in primary education through... More

    pp. 151-165

  3. Emerging Trends in Student Assessment in ODLS

    P.K Mehta & Anurag Saxena, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Deihi, India

    Abstract: Education today is accommodating new designs of teaching, learning and evaluation. Open and Distance Learning System (ODLS), especially, welcomes and adopts innovations in the system.... More

    pp. 167-179

  4. Using Information and Communications Technology in Agriculture Extension: Planning Issues for Building a Framework

    Punjab Singh & M.K Salooja, Indra Gandhi National Open university New Delhi, India

    Abstract: We are witnessing an increase in the use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in almost all spheres of life, and this will continue to influence every facet of human... More

    pp. 181-199

  5. Linguistic Plurality and Distance Education in India: A Perspective

    Rita Paliwal, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: An attempt is made in the paper to analyse the depth of multi-lingualism in India and how it is different to that of other nations where such scenario exists. The author has examined the ... More

    pp. 201-210

  6. Democratising Higher Education Potential in Uttaranchal: Contribution of Distance Learning

    Rajender Gujral & Ranjan Kumar, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Regional Centre, Dehradun

    Abstract: Distance education institutions in general and IGNOU in particular have been playing a key role towards democratization of higher education. However, there is a long way to go to provide ... More

    pp. 211-223