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Hakikur Rahman, Sustainable Development Networking Programme of Bangladesh
ICT Mediated Learning for Socio-Economic Empowerment

Mizanoor Rahman, Bangladesh Open University
Developing Courses of Studies for the Junior School Certificate (JSC) Programme of the Open School of Bangladesh Open University (BOU), a partnership programme with an NGO coalition, Campaign for Popular Education (CAMPE)

Senani Rajamanthri, Department of Management Studies, The Open University of Sri Lanka
Kanchana Bulumulle, Department of Social Studies, The open University of Sri lanka
Student expectations of classroom sessions at the Open University of Sri Lanka ODL or conventional?

Anisha Rajapakse, The Commonwealth Foundation
Jyotsna Jha, The Commonwealth Secretariat
The Role of civil society in achieving gender parity and equality in across the Commonwealth: A Panel presented by the Commonwealth Foundation and the Commonwealth Secretariat

Hemant Rajguru, Academic Services Division
Nikhila Bhagwat, Dept of Extension Education, S.N.D.T. Women's University, Mumbai, India
An Estimation of 'Gender Sensitivity' Among College Going Adolescent Girls - A Developmental Approach.

K. Rama, National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), India
Quality Assurance in Teacher Education

Anil Ramnanan, University of the West Indies
Margaret Bernard, The University of the West Indies
The Delivery and Development of an online course using Open Source Learning Content Management Tools

Janet Rangou, University of Papua New Guinea
Women academics have the potential to contribute to the Millennium Development Goals in Nation building through Open and Distance Learning in Papua New Guinea.

Satish Rastogi, Evaluation Division,YCM Open University,Nasik-422222,Maharashtra,India
Mansaram Pagar, Geography Department,ASC College,Manmad,University of Pune,Maharashtra,India
Educational, socio-cultural and health care needs among scheduled tribes of Nandurbar District, Maharashtra: A diagnosis by YCM Open Univ Nasik, India

Isabella Rega, NewMinE Lab - University of Lugano
Lorenzo Cantoni, NewMinE Lab - University of Lugano
Stefano Tardini, eLab - University of Lugano
Bruno Olivatto, CEAP
Francisca Nery, CEAP
Ornelia Marques, UFBA
Francesca Fanni, USI
BET K-12: What do Brazilian teachers in disadvantaged schools think of ICTs?

Mitzie Reid, Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of the West Indies
Wresting Opportunities in a Globalized World: A Strategy for Securing the Ascendancy of the Caribbean

Sunday A. Reju, Regional Training and Research Institute for Open and Distance Learning (RETRIDAL), National Open University of Nigeria
Soft-boundary or re-crystallised learning objects: A new model for knowledge society development

Des Roberts, Regional Director
Governance in Higher Education in South Africa: A transformation and development perspective

Andrew Robertson, Commonwealth Youth Programme
Henry Charles, Commonwealth Youth Programme
Overcoming the geographic divide through distance learning methodologies: Youth development training by CYP

Sharon Roffey
Creating ODL Learning Materials Made Easy: A workshop to introduce the new COL instructional design template.

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