Notre boutique utilise des cookies pour améliorer l'expérience utilisateur et nous vous recommandons d'accepter leur utilisation pour profiter pleinement de votre navigation.
Open and distance learning universities are not only seen as the most appropriate vehicle to capacitate the disadvantaged and poor communities of Africa, but also the surest way to mobilize the African masses for the continuously elusive socio-economic development.
Since the advent of independence a plethora of universities have opened their doors both on the African soil and abroad, all offering research degrees in public administration, governance and socio-economic development, but the destination is still very far, hidden in the mist.
This collection written by lecturers from different faculties of Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) Masvingo Region argues for best practices in ODL to ensure that education achieves the desired goals.
It addresses issues of quality,e-learning, tutorials, marketing ODL products in competitiuve markets, technology, curriculum language, among other related issues.
All the twelve articles in this collection are based on either lecturers or students experiences and perceptions.
the editor, professor Jameson Kurasha is an international scholar of repute.
He is a visiting professor at Houghton and Greenville (USA).
He holds a PhD from George Town University, Masters from University of Zimbabwe, and MPhil from Matoba (Canada).
His area of interest is History & Religious Studies
Attention : dernières pièces disponibles !
Date de disponibilité: