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Huria: Journal of the Open University of Tanzania - Vol 13, No 2 (2012)

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Articles

Editorial EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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U Minga
Removing Stumps and Blocks for Students to Reach the Unreached Through Quality Assurance at the Zimbabwe Open University: A Case Study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Paul, C Chrispen, CR Alexander 1-14
The Potential of Open Educational Resources (OERS) in Higher Education Curriculum and Course Materials Development EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Mushi, Z Ruhwanya 15-23
Use of Technology as Support System for Prison Inmates in the National Open University of Nigeria Study Center, Kirikiri-Lagos EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O Rotimi 24-35
The Quest for Quality Assurance in Open and Distance Learning Practice in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Kolimba, ES Kigadye, NZ Reuben 36-60
Process of Assuring Quality in Counselling at the National Open University of Nigeria: A Critique EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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FO Okopi 61-74
Quality Assurance in Modules at the Institute of Distance Education, the University of Zambia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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W Hamweete 75-86
The Role of Mobile Phone Learning in Escalating Access to Open Educational Resources (OER) in Developing Countries EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Z Ruhwanya, G Mbwete, M Mbwete 87-93
Trajectories of Attaining and Sustaining Quality in E-learning EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Chrispen, C Owence 94-106
Cost-Benefit of E-Learning under ODL of Developing Economies EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Magaji, JSA Adelabu 107-122
Mobile Technologies for Enhancing Distance Learning in Tanzania: An Exploratory Study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EK Maritim, MK Mushi 123-138
A Quest for Increased Interactivity in the Print Instructional Resources of Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Institutions in Africa: Writing the Study Units of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) Print Course Materials EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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FE Gbenoba 139-147
The Impact of ICTs Diffusion on MDGs and Baroclinic Digital Learning Environments in East and Southern Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G Kabanda 148-185
Potential Students’ Perceptions on Online Learning as Innovation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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HNK Mushi 186-196
Online Learning for Social Constructivism: Creating a Conducive Environment EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Mbati 197-210
Challenges of Access to Literature and Attitude among Postgraduate Students in Open and Distance Learning: A Case of Egerton University Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O Ngumi 212-219
Counselling at the Workplace in Tanzania What can Distance Education do? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TSA Mbwette, ETT Bagandanshwa, CBF Mnyanyi 220-229
Seventeen Years of Delivery of Open and Distance Education by The Open University of Tanzania (OUT) in East Africa and Beyond EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TSA Mbwette, K Kazungu 230-251
Off-campus Education as a We-ness: A case for Ubuntu as a Theoretical Framework EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Du Toit 252-258
Perceived Influence of Non-Formal Educational Programmes on Basic Academic Attainment of Teenage Mothers in Enugu State Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EM Igbo, RO Igbo, JC Ayaogu 259-269
Enhancing Open and Distance Learning Capacity Building in SADC Region: The Role and Influence of SADC Centre of Specialisation in Open and Distance Learning in Teacher Education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E Maritim, W Malingumu, E Chakwera 270-284
Bridging the Gap Between Researchers, Policymakers and End Users through Open Distance Learning: Experience at The Open University of Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JF Mbwiliza, H Kilungu 285-292
Student Support: The Engine of Attaining and Sustaining Quality in the Zimbabwe Open University EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P Kurasha, AR Chabaya, C Chiome 293-302
Challenges and Opportunities of Teaching Religious Studies and Theology Through Open and Distance Learning: The Case of the Zimbabwe Open University EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Manyonganise 303-309
Performance Determinants in Physical Sciences for ODL Undergraduate Students: The Case of The Open University of Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DD Ngaruko, JA Saria, NT Jiwaji 310-324
Delivery of Open, Distance and e-Learning in Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JKA Nyerere, FQ Gravenir, GS Mse 325-335
The Challenges Facing Distance Students in Undertaking Geography Field Practical Projects: The Case of the Open University of Tanzania Students EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JD Kalwani, CBM Haule 336-345
Teaching Mathematics in Open Distance Learning (ODL): Does it make a Difference with Teaching in the Traditional Approach? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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LM Kaino 346-357
The Right to Education for Internally Displaced Persons in Nigeria through Open and Distance Learning EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TN Ambe-Uva 359-372
Integrating Indigenous Knowledge in Adult Environmental Education through the ODL Strategies for Sustainable Conservation of Mau Forest, Kenya: The Ogiek Experience EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TK Ronoh, FS Barasa 373-386
Access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in selected Villages of Bauchi Local Government Area: Challenge to E-Learning and use of Open Educational Resources in Rural Areas of Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AS Gidado, VA Tenebe, NL Garba 387-394
The Role of Open and Distance Learning in Promoting Professional Training and Development in Tanzania. A Case Study of The Open University Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AA Mohamed, MAM Victor 395-400
The Role of ODL in the Advancing Access to Education for Special Needs Groups EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Gilliet 401-409
The Forgotten Tribe in ODL Systems: Challenges Faced by Visually Impaired Students in Institutions of Higher Learning EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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CH Tichauya, CR Alexander, M Paul, D Emanuel 410-421
Bridging the Development Gap in Nigeria: Reaching the Unreachedthrough Open and Distance Learning EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Ofoha 422-431
Special and Vulnerable Groups on Access, Success and Equity on Open and Distance Education in Tanzania: The Case of The Open University of Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Kitula, C Minanago, BD Mntambo 432-445
Open and Distance Education: Reformation and Rehabilitation of Inmates EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AB Ifeoma 446-450


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