PCF6/Community Development

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First name Surname Institution Paper
Abtar Kaur Open University Malaysia Pure Online Learning: Pedagogical, Technological & Human Designs for Greater Access & SuccessPDF down.png
Albert Amoah Saah Institute Distance Learning' Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Kumasi, Ghana Community Based Learning And Outreach For Development: Factors Influencing The Urbanite Woman Learner Participation In Mass Literacy Programme, Accra, GhanaPDF down.png
Alistair Inglis Victoria University Assessing the Need for a Quality Framework Designed Specifically for Managing the Provision of Online Distance Education in Developing CountriesPDF down.png
Andrew Chimpololo University of Malawi (The Polytechnic) The Role of Open and Distance Learning in Community Development in MalawiPDF down.png
Anne Gaskell The Open University UK Can We Really Learn from Mobile Handheld Devices?PDF down.png
B.Panduranga Narasimharao Centre for Corporate Education, Training and Consultancy, School of Vocational Education and Training, Indira Gandhi National Open University Defining and Deriving Success in Open University Some New approachesPDF down.png
Belinda Tynan University of New England A Community for Learning and Teaching, Research and Innovation in Distance EducationPDF down.png
Bharti Dogra Army Institute of Education, Delhi, India Online Discussion Group for Pre service Teachers: An ODL Tool for Life Skills Based EducationPDF down.png
Bijay K. Nanda Sandhan Foundation, Orissa, India Connecting Community with Knowledge: Novel Strategy of ICT ConvergencePDF down.png
Brown Onguko Aga Khan University – Institute for Educational Development, Eastern Africa and University of Calgary Design, Implementation and Institutionalization of Mobile Learning in Higher EducationPDF down.png
Cathryn Elizabeth Wood Engaging Communities with Farm Radio in MalawiPDF down.png
Delvaline Möwes Polytechnic of Namibia A Management Model in Open and Distance Learning at the Polytechnic of Namibia to Ensure Competitive Advantage and Optimum BenefitsPDF down.png
Dinesh K. Gupta Deptt. of Library & Information Sc. Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University Kota (India) Open and Distance Learning in Library and Information Sc.: From Marginalization to MainstreamPDF down.png
Ebenezer Koomson Ghana Health Service The Use of Potential Social Structures and Entities for HIV Prevention Education: The Role of Queen Mothers in GhanaPDF down.png
Esampally Chandraiah Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Open University, India Exploring the Introduction of Certificate Program in Microfinance through ODL: A StudyPDF down.png
Hellen Ayata Mungulu Primary School, Kenya PIE EDUSOLS – Out of School Free Learning In Western Province Of KenyaPDF down.png
Hisham Dzakiria Universiti Utara Malaysia Interaction Issues in Malaysia Open Distance Learning(ODL)PDF down.png
John P. Anchan University of Winnipeg, Canada Emerging Technologies, Established Communities, & Evolving UniversitiesPDF down.png
Jothi Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, India An Innovative tool for Community Development through Distance EducationPDF down.png
Jyoti Bawane Indian Institute of Education, India Promoting Learner Autonomy with Scenario-Based Learning: Experiences from an Innovative Teacher Education Programme in IndiaPDF down.png
Jyotsna Mishra Sandhan Foundation, Orissa, India Coastal Community Resource Center: An Open Education PlatformPDF down.png
K. S. Divakaran Nair IGNOU Regional Centre, India Role of Community Colleges in Transforming India into a Knowledge SocietyPDF down.png
Kim Mallalieu The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago Mobile Opportunities: Exploring Innovative Pathways for Marginalized Communities (A Trinidad and Tobago Perspective)PDF down.png
Kishore K. Lenka Coastal Community Resource Center, Odisha Community Schooling: Novel Strategy to Expand Value Education)PDF down.png
L. Goitsemang BOCODOL, Botswana The Use of Information Technologies to Expedite Information Flow between Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Learners and their Educational Providers)PDF down.png
M. Rajesh IGNOU Regional Centre, India Regional Cooperation among Open Universities: A Case of South Asia)PDF down.png
M. V. Lakshmi Reddy Indira Gandhi National Open University, India Revamping Indian Education System: Setting a Democratic, Accessible and Equitable Model for Developing CountriesPDF down.png
Manjushree Reddy Learning Links Foundation, India Linking Corporate to Community Technology Centers)PDF down.png
Mansor Fadzil Open University Malaysia Enhancing Teaching and Learning: Development of a New e-Learning Model at Open University MalaysiaPDF down.png
Maria Patricia Protz University of the West Indies, Jamaica Getting Ready: Using Participatory Communication and Learning to Improve Food Security and Climate Change Adaptation in the CaribbeanPDF down.png
Mary Holz-Clause Iowa State University, USA Global Agricultural Knowledge Initiative: Strengthening the Global Competence of Students, Faculty and Extension AgentsPDF down.png
Md. Tofazzal Islam Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University, Bangladesh Increasing Access to Cost-effective, Equitable and Flexible Higher Education through Open and Distance Learning in BangladeshPDF down.png
Njoku Ndubueze Winning ‘the Niger Delta Battle’ Through Sustainable Community-Based Leaning and Outreach: The Challenge of Community Development in Nigeria ’s Oil-Rich RegionPDF down.png
Nowshad Khan Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan Assisting Severely Disadvantaged Agricultural Areas in Pakistan: The Potential for Improving the Interaction and Effectiveness of Development Partners Research, Extension and Village Religious LeadersPDF down.png
Prasenjit Das Gauhati University, Guwahati Open Education Resources and Community Development: Exploring New Pathways of Knowledge in the Field of Higher Education in AssamPDF down.png
Ros Morpeth St Edmund’s College, Cambridge, UK Continuity Education in Emergency and Conflict Situations: The Case for Using Open, Distance and Flexible Learning [ODFL]PDF down.png
Sabina Yeamin Open School, Bangladesh Open University Study on Learners' Preparedness for Digital Learning Materials (DLMs) as Supplement of Self-Learning Materials (SLMs) of the Open School of the Bangladesh Open UniversityPDF down.png
Sandhya Gunness University of Mauritius Social Networking Course- A Self-regulating and Sustainable Context for Creating Open Educational Resources at the University of MauritiusPDF down.png
Sharker Md. Numan Bangladesh Open University A Comparative Study between the Learners of Computer Science and Health Science of Bangladesh Open UniversityPDF down.png
Shiv K. Tripathi Mzumbe University, Tanzania Integrating Community Partnership Perspective in University Functions: A Strategic Approach to Strengthen University-Community LinkagePDF down.png
Steve Carlise Warner National Open School of Trinidad and Tobago (NOSTT) Using Social Networks to Assist Learners in Open Schooling in Trinidad and TobagoPDF down.png
Surojit Mahalanobis Indira Gandhi National Open University, India Train the Stringer in Rural and Semi-Urban Nativity to Ensure Total Communication for Community DevelopmentPDF down.png
Susan Crichton University of Calgary ColorBoard – A Product and Process to Enable Quality Education for AllPDF down.png
Tan Luck Lee MARA University of Technology, Malaysia Supporting Community Learning with Digital Technologies and Knowledge for Societal Development: Open and Distance Learning to Educate Rural Farmers by Enhanced Blended Learning Management System through School ICT Laboratory in MalaysiaPDF down.png
Ulrich Innozenz Hummel Centre for Open and Lifelong Learning, Polytechnic of Namibia Barriers to Learning: The Difference Distance Learning can make in NamibiaPDF down.png
Uma Coomaraswamy Open University of Sri Lanka Performance Indicators for Self-evaluation and Quality EnhancementPDF down.png
Wendy Isabel Drummond Cran Royal Roads University, Canada Creating a Learning Environment using a De-institutionalized Approach to LearningPDF down.png