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|Title:||Factors affecting learning in an open and distance learning programme|
|Authors:||Dontwi, I. K.|
Amahia, G. N.
Chukwu, A. U.
Udomboso, C. G.
|Abstract:||There is bound to be a shift towards those courses that will provide the knowledge and skills for economic relevance and earning power. Commerce, science and technology are likely to be oversubscribed, once driven world, seems to be diminishing steadily. When designing instruction for distance education, attention is often focused on the cognitive domain, as it is in "traditional" (face-to-face) instruction. What do the students need to know? Which instructional strategies will be most appropriate? Upon what performance criteria will learners be evaluated?|
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