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Indian Journal of Open Learning

2007 Volume 16, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Professional Development of Teacher Educators with Collaborative Learning Designs and Networking

    Shironica Karunanayaka, Dayalatha Lekamge & Chandra Gunwardena, The Open University o f Sri Lanka, Nugegoda Sari Lnka; Som Naidu, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; Mohan Menon, The Commonwecrlth of Learning Vancouver Canada

    Abstract: Quality is the most important cotrTonent of any comprehensive continuing professional development programme. This was addressed in a teacher education programme to further address the... More

    pp. 101-112

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  2. Learner Perceptions of Continuous Assessment in the Bachelor Degree Programme of IGNOU

    Pushplata Tripathi & Bharat Fozdar, School of Science, indira Gandhi National Open University New, Delhi, India

    Abstract: Assessment is one of the key factors of any teaching-learning process. The right kind of assessment system increases learners' learning and understanding within their programme of study. ... More

    pp. 113-128

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  3. Reaching out to the Unreached through ODL: Role of ignou in the north East Region

    Manjulika Srivastava, DEC, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India; Jayashree Kurup, NEP, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New1 Delhi, India; Rose Nembiakkim, STRIDE Indira Gandhi National Open university,N ew Delhi, India

    Abstract: 'The pen is mightier than.the sword' - nowhere is it more apt than in the case of the states of the North East region (NE region) of India. A land of breathtaking scenic beauty, the... More

    pp. 129-142

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  4. Elementary Teacher Education through Distance Mode

    R.G. Kothari, CASE, M.S.U iliversi~V. adodara; Geetha Dinker, FEP, M.S. University, Vadodara

    Abstract: Teaching as a profession can also be described as an occupation which provides highly specialised intellectual services. So the teaching profession is based on long specialised... More

    pp. 143-158

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  5. Developing Digital Learning Repository: A Case for eGyanKosh

    Uma Kanjilal, School of Social Sciences, IGNOU, New Delhi, India

    Abstract: The lndira Gandhi National Open University has recently embarked on a major initiative towards developing virtual learning environment for distance learners through eGyanKosh. eGyanKosh... More

    pp. 159-166

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