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Asian Journal of Distance Education

Volume 6, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Online Distance Learning provides Additional Learning Opportunities and improves the Socioeconomic Status of Working Adults in Malaysia

    Dominic Wong, University College Sedaya International, Malaysia

    There are now three online distance learning (ODL) universities in Malaysia providing learning opportunities to working adult learners. The flexibility of ODL is very suitable for working adults... More

    pp. 5-14

  2. Building Social Capital through Distance Education in Asia

    Paul Kawachi, Open Education Network, Japan

    The effectiveness of distance education can be evaluated at the institutional level in terms of retention, and certification. At the student level, effectiveness can be evaluated in terms of skills... More

    pp. 15-26

  3. Distance Education in Rural China achieves Inter-School Collaboration and Increased Access to Education

    Weiyuan Zhang, Li Chen & Xiaoying Feng, Institute of Distance Education, Beijing Normal University, China

    Interscholastic collaborative learning could not only develop student integrated skills but could also promote sharing of teaching ideas and methods among schools. The purpose of this study was to ... More

    pp. 27-38

  4. Radio, Television and the Internet providing the Right to Education in India

    Radio, television and the Internet (RTI) comprise an important strategic application in India for educational development. RTI provides the means for the right to education using learning materials... More

    pp. 39-52

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  5. The Impact of Technology on Accessibility and Pedagogy : the Right to Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

    Dele Braimoh & JonathanOhiorenuan Osiki, University of South Africa, South Africa

    The whole world has now been reduced to a form of global village. This has been made possible as a result of technological development and third-world countries can therefore not afford to sit on... More

    pp. 53-62

  6. Learning Styles and Perceived Educational Quality in e-Learning

    Jack Fei Yang, Hsing-Kuo University, Taiwan

    Assurance of educational quality is a fundamental requirement for distance learning development. Factors that influence educational quality include instructional design, teaching styles, learning... More

    pp. 63-75

  7. Perspectives and Strategies towards Collaboration in Higher Education in the GCC Arab States of the Gulf

    Siran Mukerji & Nader K. Jammel, Arab Open University, Saudi Arabia

    Higher Education with international quality parameters has been one of the most important and challenging aspects of discussion for policy makers in the field of higher education in the Gulf... More

    pp. 76-86