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International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 10, Number 4, September 2009 Regional Focus Issue: Open and Distance Learning in Africa Guest-edited by Rashid Aderinoye, Richard Siaciwena and Clayton R. Wright

Table of contents (16 articles)

Editorial

  1. Regional Focus Issue Editorial: A Snapshot of Distance Education in Africa

Research Articles

  1. Teaching and Learning Against all Odds: A Video-Based Study of Learner-to-Instructor Interaction in International Distance Education
  2. The Impact of an Advanced Certificate in Education (ACE) Program on the Professional Practice of Graduates
  3. Distance Learning and Teacher Education in Botswana: Opportunities and Challenges
  4. Exploring Blended Learning for Science Teacher Professional Development in an African Context
  5. An Evaluative Study of a Distance Teacher Education Program in a University in Ghana
  6. Harnessing Open Educational Resources to the Challenges of Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa
  7. Designing to Promote Access, Quality, and Student Support in an Advanced Certificate Programme for Rural Teachers in South Africa
  8. Policy Deficit in Distance Education: A Transactional Distance
  9. Crossing the Chasm – Introducing Flexible Learning into the Botswana Technical Education Programme: From Policy to Action

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