|Abiodun, Fadeyi Olalekan
Distance learning and women marginalization: The gender oriented perspective (G.O.P.)
||Get a Second Chance to Make a First Impression: Eradicate the Poverty Level of the Women Farmer in Bangladesh |
|Aluwihare-Samaranayake, D.S.; De Silva, C.S.; Coomaraswamy, U.
||Distance Learning Resources for Rural Women and Girls in Sri Lanka: A Case Study |
||Opening Up Adult Education: Women's Empowerment in Namibia |
|Azli,Nazirah Ahmad, Idrus, Rozhan Mohammed, Atan, Hanafi, Jaafar, Ibrahim, Rahman, Zuraidah Abdul, Latiff, Zainal Abd, Guan, Saw Kim and Awang, Mohd Nain
||The Educational Transition Characteristics of Female Distance Learners at the Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia |
|Baram-Tsabari, Ayelet and Kaadni Kaadni, Alaa
||Gender dependency and cultural independency of science interest in an Open and Distant Science Learning Environment|
|Batool, S.N.; Bekker, S.M.
||Women's Secondary Education Programme |
||Empowerment of Women Through Distance Education in Pakistan |
|Burge E.; Lenskyj, H.
||Women Studying in Distance Education: Issues and Principles |
|Care, W.D.; Udod, S.A.
||Women in Distance Education: Overcoming Barriers to Learning|
|Demiray, E. and Curabay, S.
||The importance of distance learning on the education of women with an example of implementation|
||Determinants of the Study Patterns of Female Distant Learners: An Evaluative Survey|
|Faith, K.; Sturrock, J.
||Women and University Distance Education in Canada|
||Toward New Horizons for Women in Distance Education: Intenational Perspectives|
||Distance education for law promotes gender equity in Bangladesh|
||Meanings and Motivations: Women's Experiences of Studying at a Distance|
||Women Studying at a Distance: What Do They Need to Succeed?|
|Holcomb, L.B.; Brown, S.W.; King, F.B.
||Examining Self-efficacy and Self-regulation Levels Across Gender in Business Distance Education Courses|
||Women's studies on television? It's time for distance learning|
|Kanwar, A.; Jagannathan, N.
||Speaking for Ourselves: Women and Distance Education in India|
||Distance Education for Women's Equality: An Indian Perspective|
|Kanwar, A.S.; Taplin, M.
||Brave New Women of Asia: How Distance Education Changed Their Lives|
|Kenworthy, D.; Dearnley, C.
||Women Taking Health Care Education Forwards|
|Kirkup, G. and von Prümmer, C.
||Support and Connectedness: The Needs of Women Distance Education Students|
|Kirkup, G. and von Prümmer, C.
||Distance education for European women: The threats and opportunities of new educational forms and media|
|Kwapong, O. A. T. Frimpong
||Widening Access to Tertiary Education for Women in Ghana through Distance Education|
|Kwapong, O.A.T. Frimpong
||Providing Quality Teacher Education for Women in Ghana through Open and Distance Learning|
||Distance Education in Mother Teresa Women's University|
||Women, Death and Dying: Distance Education as a Way of Linking Personal Experience with Socio-cultural Understanding|
||Achievement Motivation among Distance Learners in Relation to Gender and Residential Background|
|Lowenthal, J. N.
||Using mobile learning: Determinates impacting behavioral intention|
||Universities Combine to Teach Women's Studies|
||Women in Distance Education: Issues and Prospects|
||Barriers to Educational Access: A Study of the Enrolment and Attrition Patterns of Pacific Island Women|
||Collaborative Learning: More Is Not Necessarily Better|
||Women's Experiences as Distance Learners: Access and Technology|
||Women Overcoming Barriers to Learning by Distance at the Open University of Tanzania |
Confronting barriers to distance study in Tanzania
||Inter-institutional Collaboration: The Case of the Australian Inter-University Women's Studies Major |
|Ofoegbu, I. F.
||Female access to basic education: A case for Open and Distance Learning (ODL)|
|Olakulehin, F.K.; Ojo,O.D.
||Distance Education as a Women's Empowerment Strategy in Africa |
||Problems for Women in Distance Education at the University of Papua New Guinea |
||Women and Distance Education: A Nursing Perspective |
|Rathore, H.C.S.; Singh, S.K.; Dubey, G.
||Problems of Women Students in Distance Education in India |
|Rawaf, H.S.A.; Simmons, C.
||Distance Higher Education for Women in Saudi Arabia: Present and Proposed |
|Reddy, V.V.; Srivastava, M.
||Women in Distance Education |
||Open and Distance Learning in the Gobi Desert: Non-formal Education for Nomadic Women |
|Saah, Albert Amoah
||Community based learning and outreach for development: Factors influencing the urbanite women learner participation in mass literacy programme in Accra, Ghana|
|St. Mary's & Dalhousie Universities
||Sharing Knowledge: South and North: The Summer Institute on Gender and Development |
||Development of Gender-Sensitive Open Learning Systems: A Social Audit Model |
||Open Learning Communities for Development: Revisiting the Gender Dimensions|
|Thomas, A.J.; Bajaj, S.
||Evaluation of a Developmentally Tested and Revised Experiential Multiple Media Instructional Package on Women Distance Learners |
||No One Will Listen to Us: Rural Fulbe Women Learning by Radio in Nigeria |
||A New Era of Distance Education in an Indian Women's University |
|Vandse, U.S.; Pol, S.A.
||S.N.D.T. Women's University Survey of Distant Learners |
|Von Prümmer, C.
||Women and Distance Education: Challenges and Opportunities |
|Von Prümmer, C. and Rossié, U.
||Gender in distance education at the FernUniversitat |
||Lifelong learning through a gendered lens|