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Title: Open and Distance Learning in Ghana: Nature, Challenges and Options.
Authors: Owusu-Boateng, W.
Essel, R.
Osei, C.K
Saah, A. A
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: University of Education, Winneba
Citation: SACOST, University of Education, Winneba (2008)
Abstract: Open and distance learning (ODL) is not a new phenomenon in Ghana. In the past fifty years it has proven its worth in the country. It was then called a correspondence course. Quite a significant number of people have utilized the correspondence mode to earn their certificates and degrees. These correspondence programmes were foreign based and mostly from Britain. Prominent among the providers of correspondence courses were Rapid Results College and the University of London.
Description: Article in a Book Chp. 12, pp - 151 - 159. 2008 SACOST, University of Education, Winneba
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/6305
ISBN: 9988-638-63-9
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