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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2008 Volume 17, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Adoption of New Technologies - An Intervention in the Development of ODL in Botswana

    Gangappa Kuruba, Cenrre for Contin~iingE d~ication,U niversih c?f'Botswana, Gaborone, Botswanu

    Abstract: Emerging trends in the development of Open and Distance Learning (ODL) necessitated the use of different technologies. The use of technologies is dictated by different factors which are... More

    pp. 125-132

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  2. Soft Skills and Syllabus: The Need for Convergence

    Jojo N., Xavier institute of Management, Blzubaneswar. Orissa, India; Merin Raj, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute o f Technology, Bornbay, India

    Abstract: This paper recommends a synergy between education and skill development; the focus is on newer forms of pedagogical experiences that are concomitant to the changing phases of education... More

    pp. 133-144

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  3. Quality Issues in IGNOU's BCA and MCA Projects: A Case Study of Regional Centre, Patna

    Ram Chandra, Regional Director, IGNOU Regional Centre, Patna, India; Moni Sahay, Assistalit Regional Director, IGNOU Regional Centre, Patna, India

    Abstract: IGNOU offers more than 129 programmes including Certificate, Advanced Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Degree, Master and Ph. D. programmes. These are offered through a network of ... More

    pp. 144-153

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  4. Developing E-Learning Materials:Some Pedagogical Concerns

    Sudarshan Mishra, Army Institute of Education, New Delhi, india, India

    Abstract: E-learning has created a major shift in how teachers and students think about teaching and learning. However, learning needs to be viewed broadly and systematically. Learning theories... More

    pp. 154-161

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  5. Access, Awareness and Use of Media Support Services: Strategies to Make them Popular with the Learners

    S. Rao, IGNOU Regional Centre, Pune, India

    Abstract: In this study, data were gathered from distance learners the findings of which reveal that only a few learners avail of the media support services provided to them. This is not very... More

    pp. 163-172

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  6. Impact Study of SSC and HSC Students of the Open School of Bangladesh Open University

    Zobaida Akhter, Bangladesh Operl University, Bangladesh

    Abstract: The Open School of Bangladesh Open University (BOU) is offering SSC and HSC programmes to those students who could not attend traditional institutions and also to the dropouts. The... More

    pp. 175-180

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