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Attitudes and perceptions of students to open and distance learning in Nigeria Ojo, Olugbenga David; Olakulehin, Felix Kayode
Increasing access and equity in higher education-the role of open universities and distance education: the experience of the open university of Tanzania Mmari, G
Creating a knowledge society through distance and open learning in Cameroon Nji, Ajaga
Quality assurance in open distance education-towards a culture of quality: a case study from the Kyambogo University, Uganda Binns, Felicity; Otto, Aron
The philosophy and practices of open learning: a case study for the Central University of Technology, Free State De Beer, Karel; Hay, HR.; Bezuidenhout, J.
The transformative aspect of open and distance learning towards equity and national brain gain: the Zimbabwe Open University case. Kurasha, Primrose
Enhancing the contribution of distance education in SA: Implications for the CUT, Free State. DeBeer, Karel
The African Virtual University: the limits and possibilities of distance education in Africa-the case of the African university Dzvimbo, Kuzvinetsa Peter
New ways of mediating learning: investigating the implications of adopting open educational resources for tertiary education at an institution in the United Kingdom as compared to one in South Africa Wilson, Tina
Teacher education beyond university four walls Anamuah-Mensah, Jophus; Erinosho, Stella
Why podcasting in open higher distance learning Baird, Nico; De Beer, Kallie
Academics going mobile: New roles for new technologies Makoe, M
The Impact of Socio-Cultural Issues for African Students in the South African Distance Education Context Lephalala, M; Makoe, M
Creating pathways to community economic development through open and distance learning: The University of Namibia Northern Campus approach Nekongo Nielsen, Haaveshe
Learning through reflection: supervising DRC master’s degree students within the open distance and learning context Roets, Lizeth
The challenges and prospects of access to higher education at UNISA Letsekaa, M; Pitsoeb, V
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