... Fred Lockwood Assessing Open and Distance Learners , Chris Morgan and Meg O'Reilly Changing University Teaching , Terry Evans and Daryl Nation The Costs and Economies of Open and Distance Learning , Greville Rumble Delivering ...
Author: Chris Morgan
Publisher: Psychology Press
Most works on assessment assume a face-to-face teaching context. The few that don't, assume that assessment issues are largely generic and equally applicable in face-to-face, open or distance contexts. Unfortunately, reality is far removed from this generalized viewpoint and, as the authors of this book point out, once assessment is considered from the open or distance learner's perspective it becomes very apparent that new approaches to assessment have to be developed. Written by practitioners in ODL for other practitioners, this is neither a book that preaches nor one that takes the abstract high ground. Offering concrete advice and evidence, it will help readers both to reflect upon their personal approaches to assessment and to adapt their techniques in order to benefit learners.
World review of distance education and open learning Volume 4 Helen Lentell, Hilary Perraton. Chapter I ... The purpose of this book is to help that process, looking in particular at open and distance learning.
Author: Helen Lentell
Policy for Open and Distance Learning considers the questions that planners and policy makers in open and distance learning need to address at any level of education. Starting by analysing the range of purposes for which open and distance learning is used, the book places the issues in context and examines experience in both the public and private sector. As well as discussing in detail new agenda set by new information and communication technologies, the book covers: * Inputs * Processes * Outcomes. The editors, Hilary Perraton and Helen Lentell, have drawn together an international team of contributors who have examined the varied roles of the new technologies as well as low-technology approaches to open and distance learning throughout the world. This book will be invaluable to policy makers in education and those planning or managing open and distance learning programmes. It will also be of interest to students and teachers of education and anyone concerned with comparative education.
John Daniel The preceding chapters in this book illustrate well the rich variety of activity that goes under the name of open and distance learning at the turn of the millennium. What else is left to say? I fear that the very richness ...
Author: Keith Harry
Published in association with the Commonwealth of Learning Open and distance learning has expanded dramatically in recent years across the world, across the spectrum of subject areas, and across educational levels. This book takes a detailed look at the state of the art of open and distance learning in higher education, and presents a fascinating picture of a world and its educational culture in transition. This edited collection contains authoritative analyses of key issues together with current accounts of practice in each region of the world. It includes *open and distance learning in relation to internationalisation, lifelong learning and flexible learning *costs of distance education *the impact of telecommunications *applications of open and distance learning in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania. It draws together experts in the field from all over the world, and has a truly international perspective on the phenomenon of open and distance learning. Its unparalleled breadth of coverage makes it an indispensable work of reference for experts and newcomers alike.
Historical Perspectives of Open and Distance Learning in India India has one of the largest DE systems in the world, second only to China (UGC, 2017). Distance education in India is offered by various types of educational institutions ...
Author: Gooley, Anne (Chief Executive, The Queensland Open Learning Network, Australia)Publish On: 2012-11-12
This book is offered as a modest contribution to this goal and this opening chapter as an orientation to the rest of the contributions. The above phrase, 'Open, Distance, Flexible, Resource Based —- and now Distributed Learning', ...
Author: Gooley, Anne (Chief Executive, The Queensland Open Learning Network, Australia)
This volume draws together experiences in the application of technology to distributed learning. It offers an appraisal of the strategies and processes for managing change in open and distance learning and presents a progressive vision for all those involved in this widespread discipline.
Author: Pandey, Umesh ChandraPublish On: 2017-06-27
ICT Solution for Agriculture Extension and Its Replication in Open and Distance Learning..... 163 Syed Mohammad Haider Rizvi, State Water and Sanitation Mission, India Andy Dearden, Sheffield Hallam University, UK The advancements in ...
Author: Pandey, Umesh Chandra
Publisher: IGI Global
Education plays a vital role in the positive development of communities at both a local and global level. By becoming more informed, citizens can make better contributions to society. Open and Distance Learning Initiatives for Sustainable Development is a critical reference source for emerging academic perspectives on the role of higher education programs in contemporary society. Including a range of pertinent topics such as mobile learning, environmental education, and community building, this book is ideally designed for educators, researchers, students, and professionals interested in the intersection between sustainable development and education.
World Review of Distance Education and Open Learning: Volume 6 Andrea Hope, Patrick Guiton. an initial vision of a new educational venture that involves open, distance, flexible or elearning into reality requires careful planning.
Author: Andrea Hope
Adaptability and the ability to handle rapid and ongoing change are essential for successfully managing any modern educational enterprise, and open and distance learning is no exception. In an often over-looked field, this volume examines the nature of sustainability in open and distance learning using case material from a wide range of current educational contexts worldwide. The books themes include: reflection and analysis of the management of change collaboration staff development quality assurance and funding in an increasingly globalized environment. This book also reassesses the core processes involved in course development, delivery, and student support, in a world that is both linked and divided by access to the latest technologies. In a rapidly changing world, this book shows how the path from policy to sustainable practice is rarely easy. However, through consistent attention and commitment to meeting the needs of learners, sustainability can be achieved.
World Review of Distance Education and Open Learning Louise Moran, Greville Rumble. More specific problems on the industry side were industrial relations difficulties in setting up an open-learning unit, the issue of the cost ...
Author: Louise Moran
Conventional apprenticeships and older methods of professional training are not providing enough skilled workers - governments, companies and colleges are now using open and distance learning to fill these gaps. Published in association with the Commonwealth of Learning, this unique review provides detailed analysis of worldwide experiences of vocational training and distance education. It looks at recent policy and practice at different levels - from transnational programmes and national policies to institutional and programme models. Offering guidance on how distance education and new technologies are being used to support vocational education and training, this book will help senior institutional managers and policy makers to understand and appreciate: * the role distance education can play in increasing skills levels in young people and the existing workforce * the challenges in using educational technologies, and distance education to deliver vocational education and training * how to devise effective policies to meet these challenges.
Casas Armengol, M. 1995 'Distance education universities in Latin America: expectations and disappointments', in Sewart 1995 Castro, A. and Wong, C. 1996 'Policies and practices in open and distance education in Hong Kong' in T. Evans ...
Author: Hilary Perraton
First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Casas Armengol , M. 1995 ' Distance education universities in Latin America : expectations and disappointments ' , in Sewart 1995 Castro , A. and Wong , C. 1996 ' Policies and practices in open and distance education in Hong Kong ' in ...
Author: H. D. Perraton
Publisher: Psychology Press
This revised and updated edition of Open and Distance Learning in the Developing World sets the expansion of distance education in the context of general educational change and explores its use for basic and non-formal education, schooling, teacher training and higher education. Engaging with a range of topics, this comprehensive overview includes new material on: non-formal education: mass-communication approaches to education about HIV/AIDS and recent literacy work in India, South Africa, and Zambia schooling: new research projects in open schooling in Asia and subsaharan Africa, and interactive radio instruction in South Africa the impact of new technology and globalisation: learning delivered through the internet and mobile learning the political economy: international agencies, the role of private sector, and funding. With its critical appraisal of the facts and examination of data about effectiveness, this book provides answers to problems and poses key questions for the consideration of policy makers, educational practitioners and all professionals involved in implementing and delivering sustainable open and distance learning.