International Open and Distance Learning Journal (Vice Chancelor's Research Day)

Table of Contents


Coping with multiple roles by married female students in ZOU Bulawayo region PDF
Tanunurwa Wellwisher Mangava
Challenges faced by Zimbabwe Open University Students in accessing and using ICT materials: a case study of the Midlands Regional Campus PDF
Silvanos Chirume, Rosemary Ngara
The vulnerability of children under the age of five to home hazards and accidents in Harare, Zimbabwe PDF
Phillipa Mutswanga, Kudzai Eunice Makoni
Understanding ethics in workforce reduction through lived experiences of HR professionals PDF
Sekai Noreen Gore
Open and Distance Learning (ODL) as a pathway for gender empowerment in Africa PDF
Edith Karimanzira
Views of Zimbabwe Open University students on the blended mode of teaching and learning characterised by use of the printed module and electronic learning: the case of Matabeleland North Regional Campus PDF
Douglas Gasva, Wisdom Moyo, Tawanda Dzama
Bindura Urban: A battlefield between Bindura local authorities and street vendors PDF
Kudakwashe S Bumhira, Gilliet Chigunwe
Contributions of WhatsApp Media to Domestic Violence in Bindura Urban PDF
Agnes Shiri, Gilliet Chigunwe
TP preparation in open and distance learning: Lecturer and student views PDF
Rosemary Ngara
Entrepreneurship curriculum development in Open and distance learning: a remedy to unemployment challenges facing Zimbabwe. A case study of the Zimbabwe Open University PDF
Dominic Uzhenyu
Issues affecting completion of Action Research projects by Post Graduate Diploma students (PGDE):A case study of the Midlands Campus of the Zimbabwe Open University. PDF
Saiden Thondhlana

ISSN: 978-1-77938-8209