Taking the Mountain to Mohammed: Distance Education for All

@inproceedings{Brown2001TakingTM,
  title={Taking the Mountain to Mohammed: Distance Education for All},
  author={Aggrey Brown},
  year={2001}
}
Small states are not homogeneous, even though there is a tendency to think of them as being so. Indeed, the very concept of small is relative and therefore not very helpful analytically. This paper argues that when applied to distance education, smallness (however defined) is not always a disadvantage. The particular mix of technologies and methodologies required for effective distance education programmes in such states will be influenced by factors such as population size, i.e. demand… CONTINUE READING

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