Asian Association of Open Universities Journal: Volume 15 Issue 1 , Open Access


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Verifying the moderating role of satisfaction on service quality and students’ accomplishment in ODL perspective

Maximus Gorky Sembiring, Gayuh Rahayu

Service quality and satisfaction in the ODL setting related to students’ accomplishments (performance, loyalty and career) were reconsidered. It was aimed at exposing the…


Supporting students to succeed in open and distance learning in the Open University of Sri Lanka and Universitas Terbuka Indonesia

Aminudin Zuhairi, Navaratnasamy Karthikeyan, Saman Thushara Priyadarshana

The purpose of this paper is to reveal how support services for open and distance students are designed, developed and implemented to ensure successful learning to take…


Analysis of antecedent factors in academic achievement and student retention

Rony Setiawan, Ariesya Aprillia, Nonie Magdalena

Student achievement and retention are two important components that indicate the quality of a university. This is in line with one of the standards of university…


Blended learning source of satisfaction of psychological needs: An empirical study conducted on O-levels chemistry students in metropolis city of Pakistan

Sohni Siddiqui, Naureen Nazar Soomro, Martin Thomas

In this study, researchers applied blended learning program to investigate the success of a blended learning program on satisfaction of the psychological needs, and…


Technology usage for teaching and learning law in open and distance learning: a Sri Lankan perspective

Janaka Selvaras

The Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL) is the only institution to deliver legal education through Open and Distance Learning (ODL) in Sri Lanka. This study aims to…


Lifelong learning opportunities through MOOCs in India

Ritimoni Bordoloi, Prasenjit Das, Kandarpa Das

Lifelong learning needs to be visualized as the milestone for generating a progressive and knowledge society. Because it is through lifelong learning that one can…


Fostering creativity through online creative collaborative group projects

Maria Rowena D.R. Raymundo

Higher education institutions (HEIs) frequently overlook the importance of encouraging creative thinking in students. A review of the prevailing practices in a fully…


Research supervision in distance learning: issues and challenges

Muhammad Zaheer, Saba Munir

The purpose of this study is to explore and highlight the issues and challenges teachers face while supervising thesis and projects in distance/online learning mode.

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