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close this bookDistance Education in Engineering for Developing Countries - Education Research Paper No. 13 (DFID, 1995, 102 p.)
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Open this folder and view contentsSection 10: Prerequisites for successful engineering distance education
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View the documentAppendix A - UK institutions consulted in the course of the research
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Appendix B - References

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Distance Education in Engineering for Development Countries - Interim Report,
ODA/University of Bath, November, 1994

(2) Daniel JS, Stroud MA, Thompson JR. (eds):
Learning at a Distance - A World Perspective'
International Council for Correspondence Education, 1982

(3) Knight P,
'Education for all through Electronic Distance Education'
International Conference on Distance Education, 1994

(4) Laaser W,
'Some problems to implement distance education in developing countries', in One World, Many Voices, Proceedings of the 17th World Conference on Distance Education, June
1995 Vol. I pp. 303-306

(5) Galitsky AV, Knight PT, Tichonov ME, Chapljgin JA, Vopilov AV,
'Network Infrastructure Development and Defence Industry Conversion for Satellite Towns: Using and Building an Electronic Distance Education System for Russia with Connections to the Worldwide Information Society'
International Conference in Distance Education, 1994

(6) Shapiro J and Hughes SK
'Networked information resources in distance graduate education for adults'
THE Journal, June 1992 pp. 66-69

(7) Bynner J
'Masters teaching in Education by Distance Methods',
Distance Education, 7 (1), 1986

(8) 'Membership of Professional Bodies: The Professional Engineering Institutions'
The Open University, Recognition Information No. 33, March 1993

(9) Engineering Success - CPD
The Institution of Electrical Engineers

(10) Calder J and McCollum A,
'Learning Effective Open and Flexible Learning in Vocational Education: some initial thoughts'

(11) Rowntree D
Exploring Open and Distance Learning, Kogan Page, 1992

(12) Department of Employment
'How to profit from Open Learning - Company Evidence', 1989

(13) Sharrat R and Foster W
'The cost effectiveness of open learning for producers', Department of Employment, 1991

(14) Fagbamiye EU
Survival of a distance education institute in a developing country, in One World, Many Voices, Proceedings of the 17th World Conference on Distance Education, June 1995

(15) Fallows S and Robinson K,
Developing a mixed mode university: some issues and problems, in One World, Many Voices, Proceedings of the 17th World Conference on Distance Education, June 1995

(16) Timmers S,
Higher Level Distance Education and the Needs of Developing Countries, International Council for Distance Education, Oslo, Norway

(17) Coffey J, Hubbard G, Humphries C, Jenkins J and Yates C,
Commonwealth Cooperation in Open Learning: Summary Report, Commonwealth Secretariat, London, England

(18) Daniel JS,
World Trends in Higher Distance Education and Opportunities for International Cooperation, in UNESCO Higher Level Distance Education, Deakin University Press and UNESCO, 1987

(19) Feasley CE,
International perspectives on cooperative approaches to distance education, in One World, Many Voices, Proceedings of the 17th World Conference on Distance Education, June
1995

(20) Laurillard D,
'Rethinking University Teaching - a framework for the effective use of educational technology', Routledge, 1993

The role for Engineering in meeting ODA's aid objectives,
Internal ODA document, 1994

'The Power of Change'
ODA, November 1992

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