Technical note

By SAINT, William
The need for life-long learning which enables workers to upgrade their skills and maintain competitiveness within rapidly evolving economies is increasing worldwide. Tertiary distance education is a necessary alternative for sub-Saharan African...
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1999
By WEST, Martin, Shackleton, Lesley
USHEPiA, is a successful South-South capacity building network experience in the area of science, engineering and the humanities. The initiative, led by the University of Cape Town, involves a number of partner universities in East and Southern...
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1999
By NKWETEYIM, Dennis L., EKANJE, Elizabeth, MUSENJA, Samuel, MBUNTUM, Francis Fai, NJEUMA, Dorothy L., ENDELEY, Herbert N., LYONGA, Nalova
The higher education system of Cameroon experienced a series of reforms from the 1960's to the 1990's. The most recent reform, introduced in 1993, was designed to provide quality education at a more manageable scale. Six geographically...
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1999
By FRY, Peter, UTUI, Rogèro
During the 1990's, strategic institutional reforms were introduced at Mozambique's Eduardo Mondlane University. These reforms were intended to expand access to higher education, improve the quality of university teaching and research, and...
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1999
By Roberts & Associates
Distance education is gaining recognition across Africa as a valuable tool for tackling education and training needs at a variety of levels, from basic literacy programmes to graduate university degrees.Tertiary Distance Learning in Sub-Saharan...
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1998

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