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Indian Journal of Open Learning

Nov 22, 2010 Volume 19, Number 3

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Learners' Perception towards Information and Communication Technologies: A Case Study of Indira Gandhi National Open University

    Ashok Gaba, IGNOU; Satya Sethy, IGNOU, New Delhi

    In a rapidly growing information society, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) plays a pivotal role in all aspects of our life, and thereby covers the learning phenomena — both academic... More

    pp. 143-157

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  2. Undergraduate Physics Programme of IGNOU: Evaluation of Student Support Services

    Arundhati Mishra, BJB College, Bhubaneswar; Vijayshri Vijayshri & Suresh Garg, IGNOU

    This paper reports the findings on the quality of support services provided to learners of undergraduate Physics programme of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU). Adopting the major... More

    pp. 159-181

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  3. Information Use Pattern of Researchers in Open and Distance Education: An Analysis of Citations of Indian Journal of Open Learning

    Manorama Tripathi & Neena Kanungo, IGNOU

    The present paper endeavors to profile the types of research published in Indian Journal of Open Learning (IJOL) from 2000 to 2009. The article analyses the content published in IJOL along the... More

    pp. 183-198

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  4. Science Lab Practicals in Distance Education: The Need for Innovative Solutions

    Moumita Das, IGNOU

    Science education plays a key role in development of a country. Laboratory (lab) practicals are an integral part of the science curriculum for which a well equipped lab is an important requisite.... More

    pp. 199-214

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  5. Research in Distance Education: Attitudes and Barriers

    Rose Nembiakkim & Sanjaya Mishra, IGNOU

    Research is vital for self-growth and knowledge. While research in Distance Education (DE) is seen as a critical element and is considered to be an indicator of the strength and weaknesses of the... More

    pp. 215-222

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  6. Innovative Mobile Learning: Techniques and Technologies by HOKYOUNG RYU and DAVID PARSONS (Eds.)

    Sutapa Bose, IGNOU

    pp. 223-225

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  7. Utilizing Open Source Tools for Online Teaching and Learning: Applying Linux Technologies, by LEE CHAO

    Sukant Kole, ACIIL, IGNOU

    pp. 226-227

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