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Anouk Janssens-Bevernage, The Open Polytechnic of New ZealandRoger Stern, University of ReadingFacilitated e-learning in sub-Saharan Africa
Wendy Kitson-Piggott, The Caribbean Epidemiology CentreWilson Valerie, The Caribbean Epidemiology CentreFacilitating Learning through Collaboration in a World without Frontiers
Judith W Kamau, Distance Education Unit, University of BotswanaFactors Affecting Students Completion from the In-service Diploma in Primary Education (DPE) by distance mode at the University of Botswana
Shironica Karunanayaka, The Open University of Sri Lanka.First Experiences in Collaborative Online Learning: A Case Study
John Paul, Department of EducationDemas TongogoFlexibility, in distance and time: a focus on Papua New Guinea secondary education
Claire Millington, Barbados Community CollegeFrom Colonies of Learning to Commonwealth of Learning: Some Thoughts on the Significance of Distance Education from the Preindependence Era.
Zellynne Jennings, University of the West IndiesFrom the Pomeroon to Portland: The challenges of training teachers by distance in contrasting contexts in the English -speaking Caribbean.
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