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Jawarimal Parakh, School of Humanities, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India
Teacher as Distance Teacher: A case study of ODL system in India

Prof. Prakash Lonkar, Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences Universith, Seminary Hills, Nagpur, 440 006, India
Dr. Ajit Maru, F.A.O., Rome
Techmode approach for distance learning courses

Barbara Deodat, IDCE/UG
The Broken Lives: Countering Illiteracy's Influence

Ioana Chan Mow, Dean Faculty of Science, National University of Samoa
Wing Au, School of Education, University of Sotuh Australia
Gregory Yates, School of Education University of South Australia
The CABLE Approach for Teaching Computer Programming. How effective is it?

Christine Marrett, Distance Education Centre, UWI
Stewart Marshall, Distance Education Centre, UWI
The Caribbean Universities Project for Integrated Distance Education: Collaborating to overcome the difficulties faced by Small Island Developing States

Dianne Thurab-Nkhosi, Distance Education Centre, UWI
The Challenges of Blended Learning at UWIDEC: A Case of ICT innovations in the developing country context

Anita Thomas-James, UTech
Geraldene Hodelin, UTech
The Challenges to distance education in technical and vocational Education in the Caribbean: The case of the special diploma in teacher training at the University of Technology, Jamaica

Haaveshe Nekongo-Nielsen, Centre for External Studies
The contributions of open and distance learning to national development in Namibia

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

Permanand Mohan, The University of the West Indies, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
The Design of CaribLearn: Supporting the On-line Collaboration of Students Taking the CXC CAPE Examinations

Avrill Crawford
The e-Learning Jamaica Project

Richard Kajumbula, Makerere University
The effectiveness of mobile short messaging service (SMS) technologies in the support of selected distance education students of Makerere University, Uganda

Trudie Frindt, Continuing Education
The impact of Video Conferencing on Distance Education: A University of Namibia Case Study

Gidado Tahir Alabi, Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), Nigeria
Tony Alabi, Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), Nigeria
Salihu G Bakri, Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), Nigeria
The Need for Open Schooling in Nigeria

Carmeta Tate-Blake, Barry University
The Power of Microsoft Office Tools in the ODL Environment

Kennedy Edwine Onyango, Community Initiatives and Social Support Organization (CISSO)
The Promise of Technology and Power of Partnerships..

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

Walter Sukati, Institute of Distance Education, University of Swaziland
Esampally Chandraiah, Institute of Distance Education, University of Swaziland
Nokuthula Vilakati, Institute of Distance Education, University of Swaziland
The Role of Distance Education in Gender Equality and in Empowering Women- A Case Study of the Institute of Distance Education

Jan Jacobus Nitschke, Namibian College of Open Learning
presented by Irving Charles Williams
The Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Science Education: the Case of the Namibian College of Open Learning

Ann Floyd, The Open University (UKOU)
Mohan Menon, Commonwealth of Learning
The Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa programme: preparing for implementation

Jane Devereux, The Open University
The Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa programme: Using innovative online approaches to teacher education.

Tobias Schonwetter, University of Cape Town, South Africa - Department of Commercial Law
The three-step test within the copyright system

Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic, UNESCO
The UNESCO/OECD Guidelines for Quality in Cross-Border Higher Education

Ainsworth A. Ovid, Ministry of Education, Trinidad and Tobago
The use of an open and distance learning modality in the delivery of the visual and performing arts curriculum with special focus on the magnet/specialist programmes in Trinidad and Tobago

Paula Nunes, Public Health and Primary Care Unit, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus
The Use of the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) with Video-taped Feedback Assessment as a Teaching Tool of Communication Skills

Hanafi Atan, School of Distance Education, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
The Usefulness of the Functionalities of the Distance Education Electronic Portal

Dick Kawooya, Sch of Information Sciences, University of Tennessee
Theorizing and Practicing Fair Use: Copyright Challenges for Africa’s Higher Education

Angela Kwan, Development Manager, Commonwealth of Learning
Bob Butcher, Deputy Director, LiPACE, Open University of Hong Kong
Mary Wilson
Andrea Hope, Associate Academic Vice-President, Hong Kong Shue Yan College
Dave Smulders, Instructional Development Consultant, British Columia Institute of Technology
Think Globally, Learn Locally: Democratising Learning for Multilateral Organisations

Nokuthula Vilakati, Institute of Distance Education, University of Swaziland
Towards a curriculum innovation: HIV prevention at the Insitute of Distance Education, University of Swaziland

Juliana Bbuye, Department of Distance Education, Makerere University
Towards developing a framework for support services for Universities in Uganda.

Samson Gunga, Educational Foundations, University of Nairobi
Towards Formulating Principles for Online Education: The implications of access to the World Wide Web

Nancy George, Office of Curriculum Development & Evaluation, The University of Technology, Jamaica
Translating quality systems from face-to-face to blended modalities in a tertiary institution in a small island state

Charmaine McKenzie, University of the West Indies Distance Education Centre
Paulette Bell-Kerr, University of the West Indies Distance Education Centre
Howard Smith, University of the West Indies Distance Education Centre
Tutor Interaction in the Online Environment: An Assessment of e-Tutoring Support in Blended Learning

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