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M.S.Palanichamy M.S.Palanichamy, Tamil Nadu Open UniversityP.Thiyagarajan P.Thiyagarajan, Tamil Nadu Open UniversityAchieving Development Goals:Impact of Vocational Programmes of Tamil Nadu Open University
Kiran Maharaj, The University of the West Indies, Department of Mathematics and Computer SciencePermanand Mohan, The University of the West Indies, Department of Mathematics and Computer ScienceUsing m-Learning Technologies to Support Tertiary-level Education in the Carbbean
Lawrence Mahon, School of Education, Victoria UniversitySWIRL and Talking Books: A Tool for Cultural Enrichment
Cosmas Makunka, University of ZambiaPatrick Seleta Ngoma, University of ZambiaDistance Learning Access to Higher Education in Zambia
Kim Mallalieu, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of the West IndiesPamela Collins, MRP Programme, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of the West IndiesMeeting development needs through online learning: the MRP (Telecommunications) experience
Firoze Manji, 1) Fahamu; 2) Department for Continuing Education, University of OxfordUsing ICTs to strengthen human rights capacity
Abdul Mannan, University of Papua New GuineaRole of open and distance learning in accelerating outcomes of the millennium development goals
Christine Marrett, Distance Education Centre, UWIStewart Marshall, Distance Education Centre, UWIThe Caribbean Universities Project for Integrated Distance Education: Collaborating to overcome the difficulties faced by Small Island Developing States
Rory McGreal, Athabasca UniversityFrits Pannekoek, Athabasca UniversityMargaret HaugheySom NaiduPanel description: Research, publication and dissemination
Charmaine McKenzie, University of the West Indies Distance Education CentrePaulette Bell-Kerr, University of the West Indies Distance Education CentreHoward Smith, University of the West Indies Distance Education CentreTutor Interaction in the Online Environment: An Assessment of e-Tutoring Support in Blended Learning
Scott McLean, University of Calgary Continuing EducationAlexander Flor, University of the Philippines Open UniversityMalcolm Hazelman, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation, Regional Office for Asia and the PacificODL for Agricultural Development and Rural Poverty Reduction: A Comparative Analysis of Innovation and Best Practice in Asia and the Pacific
Charles McSweeney, University of BelizeCollaboration in Addressing National Issues - The University of Belize's Collaboration in Transnational Digital Government Research
Alison Mead Richardson, Kigali Institute of Education : Distance Training OfficeComparative cost analysis in distance teacher education
Mohan Menon, COLDeveloping Virtual School with Transformative Value
Frances MensahGood Governance, Social justice and Democracy. Can ODL make a difference?
Frances Mensah, NAMCOLIs NAMCOL Cost Efficient?
Claire Millington, Barbados Community CollegeFrom Colonies of Learning to Commonwealth of Learning: Some Thoughts on the Significance of Distance Education from the Preindependence Era.
Roger Mills, International Research Foundation for Open and Distance LearningRos Morpeth, International Research Foundation for Open and Distance LearningWorkshop description: Does research in ODL make a difference? If so why does it have such a low profile?
Jean Mitchell, Institute for Curriculum and Learning Development, University of South AfricaWriting for publication: the value of writing collaboratively
Sushmita Mitra, National Institute of Open Schooling, New DelhiGender and Open Schooling in India
Sugata Mitra, Centre for Research in Cognitive Systems, the NIIT InstituteNew technologies on the Internet for self-organising systems in e-learning
Permanand Mohan, The University of the West Indies, Department of Mathematics and Computer ScienceThe Design of CaribLearn: Supporting the On-line Collaboration of Students Taking the CXC CAPE Examinations
Permanand Mohan, The University of the West Indies, Department of Mathematics and Computer ScienceWhere is the Learning in e-Learning? Changing Emphasis from Learning Objects to Learning Designs
Mantina V. Mohasi, Adult Education, National University of LesothoDr H. Manthoto Lephoto, Adult Education, Nationa Univerity of LesothoCollaboration of stakeholders as an expanded learner system for a distant learner.
Dudley MorganEmmanuel OjoGerry AngelHave we found any other way to test the true education acquisition skills of our students besides written examinations? - Exploration of a new paradigm
Dale Mueller, California State University at Dominguez Hills, College of Health and Human Services, School of NursingTanya Mueller, Azusa Pacific UniversityHow the Ballot Brought About Funding and Changes for Mental Health Services
Nafisatu D. Muhammad, National Commission for Nomadic EducationPromoting gender equity and empowerment among nomadic women: A preliminary report on an extension program
Olive Babydi Musa, Adult and Non-Formal Education Directorate, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Sierra LeoneLivelihood skills and functional literacy via ICT in Sierra Leone: Issues, actions, problems and prospects
Agnes Mwang'ombe, University of NairobiGeoffrey Kironchi, University of NairobiMoses Tenywa, Makerere UniversityStrengthening Agricultural and Environmental Capacity through Distance Education: Partnership between University of Nairobi and Makerere University in East Africa and University of Florida and CIAT
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