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Som Naidu, University of MelbourneDayalatha Lagamge, Faculty of Education, OUSL, Sri LankaShironica Karunanayake, Faculty of Education, OUSL, Sri LankaMohan Menon, COLOpen Dialogue session on Situated Learning for Teacher Development
Bijay NandaConnecting Community with Knowledge: An ICT mission
Haaveshe Nekongo-Nielsen, Centre for External StudiesCreating pathways to community economic development through open and distance learning: The University of Namibia Northern Campus approach.
Haaveshe Nekongo-Nielsen, Centre for External StudiesThe contributions of open and distance learning to national development in Namibia
Pauline Ngimwa, The African Virtual UniversityAn African Experience in Providing a Digital Library Service: the African Virtual University Example
Patrick Seleta Ngoma, Adult Education and Extension Studies, University of ZambiaMoses Changala, Directorate of Distance EducationAssessment of distance learning programs and factors that contribute to the dropout rate among distance students at the University of Zambia
Patrick Seleta Ngoma, Department of Adult Education and Extension Studies, University of ZambiaCompleting degree programmes by distance learning
Denise Rosemary Nicholson, University of Witwatersrandpresented by Dick KawooyaCopyright - Are people with sensory-disabilities getting a fair deal?
Jan Jacobus Nitschke, Namibian College of Open Learningpresented by Irving Charles Williams The Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Science Education: the Case of the Namibian College of Open Learning
Paula Nunes, Public Health and Primary Care Unit, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine CampusThe Use of the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) with Video-taped Feedback Assessment as a Teaching Tool of Communication Skills
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