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|Access, efficiency, and equity considerations of the World Bank's African Virtual University project:a case study of Kenya
|Interactivity in distance education: the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) experience
||Ambe-Uva, Terhemba Nom
|Improvements in access/ lifelong learning: dual mode example at the University of Mauritius
||Parahoo, S.K. Azad; Fagoonee, I
|Distance learning and higher education in West Francophone Africa : a university shaped from outside or renewed from inside ?
|Challenges in introducing distance education programme in Eritrea: some observations and implications.
|E-Learning policy making processes: an evidence based application at Kenyatta University Marsabit Distance Learning Centre.
|Quality assurance and relevance of distance education at the University of Ibadan Distance Learning Centre, Nigeria.
|When and how CD-ROM technology is a preferred option to mitigate the tyranny of distance.
|A Model for Scaffolding Traditional Distance Learners in Africa for Constructivistic Online Learning.
||Muyinda, Paul B.; Lubega, Jude T.; Lynch, Kathy
|An African experience in providing a digital library service: the African Virtual University example
|Transforming distance learning in South Africa with emerging technologies: the academic view.
|Success and failure in distance education: perceptions of lecturers and students in business management
||Killen, Roy; Loedolff, Piet; Marias, Andre
|Inclusion and exclusion in higher education: paradoxes in distance education
|Improving teaching and learning from a distance
||Ridge, Elaine; Waghid, Yusef
|Student throughput: The role of the individual lecturer