Redefining interaction in open and distance learning with reference to teacher education programmes in the University of the West Indies
Kuboni, Olabisi I.;
This study was undertaken to serve two purposes. At a theoretical level, it was undertaken to review the concept of interaction in open and distance learning (ODL).The decision to conduct this review grew out of a concern that the current dominant approach to the study ... View more
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