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Country: China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
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Motivated by government financial incentives, most universities in Taiwan have adopted or are planning to adopt e-learning in order to achieve instructional excellence. The author found that the policy-makings of leading e-learning into university can be classified into two categories: the “bottom-up model”, in which a few faculty members start using e-learning, followed by the university, and the “top-down model”, 
Author:
Prof.  Yang, Chia-Shing  
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As the Extension Arm of The University of Hong Kong, HKU SPACE has long been a promoter of Lifelong Learning. First established as the Department of Extra Mural Studies in 1956, the mission of HKU SPACE is to provide learning opportunities for working adults for personal, professional and career development. 
Author:
Enoch C.M. Young  
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This paper presents preliminary findings of a comparative study on the perceived administrative styles of open and distance learning institutions in Asia.It focuses on pertinent issues, which include government support and funding, perceived styles of administration, as well as application of information and communication technologies, in relation to managing open and distance learning institutions in today's context. 
Author:
Tsui, CeciliaZhang Wei-yuanJegede, O. J.Ng, Fowie  
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