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Ian Sammy, Dept of Clinical Surgical Sciences
Brader Brathwaite, Centre for Medical Sciences Education
Jacqueline Wilson, Centre for Medical Sciences Education
A Blended Approach to Emergency Medicine Training: Developing an Integrated Curriculum for Mature Learners

Rachel C. Prinsloo, University of South Africa
A Developing Country Perspective to the Challenges of Open Educational Resources

Dayalatha Lekamge, Faculty of Education, The Open University of Sri Lanka
A Gender Analysis of Perceptions on development of Competencies through a Distance Education Programme

Clive Vassell, Harrow Business School, University of Westminster
Nadia Amin, Harrow Business School, University of Westminster
A Learncasting Exchange: Using a mobile-enabled electronic market to enhance regional education and economic development

Jennipher Kere, None
A livelihood enhancement community based distance learning programme

Anurag Saxena, School of Management, IGNOU, INDIA
A Model for Evaluating Numerical through Computer

Rachael Dixey, Leeds Metropolitan University
Mary Green, Leeds metropolitan University
A model of ODL to address educational needs of health workers in Africa

Srini De Zoysa, Secondary and Tertiary Education, Faculty of Education, The Open University of Sri Lanka.
A study of the factors influencing the educational achievement of the institutionalized children in Sri Lanka

Maria Isabel Tun, Independent Consultant/Researcher
Achieving development goals in Belize and Barbados via the Mexican EDUSAT model

Michele Deane, The Faculty of Education and Language Studies, The Open University
presented by Michael Bird , Faculty of Education and Language Studies, The Open University
Achieving Development Goals through cost-effective open and distance learning in Sub-Saharan Africa: what costs, how effective?

M.S.Palanichamy M.S.Palanichamy, Tamil Nadu Open University
P.Thiyagarajan P.Thiyagarajan, Tamil Nadu Open University
Achieving Development Goals:Impact of Vocational Programmes of Tamil Nadu Open University

Godallage Gunawardena, National Consultant, Commonwealth Education Fund, Sri Lanka
Achieving Millennium Goal 2: The Challenge of Reaching the Disadvantaged in Sri Lanka

Mark Figueroa, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of the West Indies
Addressing Gender Differentials in Educational Achievement: A Caribbean Perspective

Anant Joshi, School of Education, Yashawantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik, MS, India
Madhavi Dharankar, School of Education, Yashawantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik, MS, India
Kavita Salunke, School of Education, Yashawantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik, MS, India
Addressing Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment through Distance Education: A Case of Programme for Self Help Group Facilitators by YCMOU

David Walker, Commonwealth of Learning
Addressing Health MDGs with ODL

Reuben Aggor, Institute of Adult Education, University of Ghana
Addressing the HIV Epidemic in Ghana through Open and Distance Education

Gamini Kulatunga, Agricultural Engineering OUSL
Agriculture for Sustainable Livelihood through DE

Pauline Ngimwa, The African Virtual University
An African Experience in Providing a Digital Library Service: the African Virtual University Example

John Paul, Department of Education
Ouka Lavaki, Department of Education
An alternative pathway for open learning and skills training through distance education in Papua New Guinea

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.

Patrick Seleta Ngoma, Adult Education and Extension Studies, University of Zambia
Moses Changala, Directorate of Distance Education
Assessment of distance learning programs and factors that contribute to the dropout rate among distance students at the University of Zambia

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