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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2012 Volume 21, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Changing Face of Continuing Education through ICT in the Caribbean: The Case of Barbados, Guyana and Trinidad

    WINIFRED JAMES-KIPPINS

    Abstract: Self-directed, self-motivated lifelong learning has become a necessity for citizens of all ages if they are to keep abreast with the political, ecological, economic, and social changes... More

    pp. 95-112

  2. Students’ Perception of On Demand-Examination in IGNOU

    OUM SHARMA

    Abstract: In order to make the examination system more flexible and learner centric, the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has designed and developed a robust, secure, reliable, and... More

    pp. 113-134

  3. Attitude of Learners Studying through Distance Mode towards Computer Education

    Sudha Kumari, Shahwar Zaidi & Sarwar Hossain

    Abstract: The quantitative development of higher education has been very impressive, but the present system is not able to meet the growing demands of higher education. The World Bank produced a... More

    pp. 135-146

  4. Supervision of Social Work Field Practicum in ODL System: An IGNOU Model

    Rafat Aara

    Abstract: Indira Gandhi National Open University started offering its social work programme in the distance mode from 2004. The vision is to make social work education accessible to a large number ... More

    pp. 147-154

  5. Open Universities: India’s Answer to Challenges in Higher Education by MANJULIKA SRIVASTAVA

    P Biswas

    pp. 155-156

  6. Dealing with Students with Disabilities in Open and Distance Education: Workshop-cum-Training Programme for Deputy Registrars, Assistant Registrars and Section Officers posted at IGNOU Regional Centres

    Tata Ramakrishna

    pp. 157-160