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Policy Environment and Projects in e-learning 
Author:
Dr.  Cristina D. Padolina  
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Like in many parts of the developing world, digital learning in the Philippines is of very recent vintage, full of problems, brimming with exciting prospects, a growing population of enthusiasts, and a continuing arrogance of the non-believers whose number, we are happy to report, is getting smaller. We have, in the process of pursuing digital learning, detected certain problems and prospects that could lead to a trend. 
Author:
Felix Librero  
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Cost and access have always been the two major factors that hinder wider participation in education. Even in the distance mode of instructional delivery these two major considerations have been translated to cost of and access to technologies which are used in delivering instructional content and student support services especially to online or e-learners. The challenge is even more pronounced in a third world setting where the digital gap is more of the rule than the exception. This paper 
Author:
Melinda dP. Bandalaria  
Publication Year:
2005 
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We are today right in the midst of a digital environment. This technological phenomenon enables us to design, produce and deliver learning packages that actually engage learners through most if not all their senses. And modern learning principles tell us that the more senses involved in the learning process the better learning would be. However, for most educational institutions in the developing world, the digital world is still the future. Kind of way into the future actually. But for in 
Author:
Felix Librero  
Publication Year:
 
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The Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP), in consonance with its constitutional mandate to provide quality education at all levels accessible to every Filipino and to develop “non-formal, informal, and indigenous learning, independent, and out of self-learning, independent, out-of-school study programs particularly those that respond to community needs” has conceived a Distance Learning System (DLS) on the graduate and undergraduate levels. The PUP as a state university believes t 
Author:
Dr.  Carmencita L. Castolo  
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6. Title:
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Beginnings of Policy Framework for Distance Education 
Author:
Prof.  Felix Librero  
Publication Year:
2006 
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Educators involved in delivering instructional content via the distance mode have great appreciation of the importance of providing learning support and other services to students. Many previous studies have revealed that these support services contribute to the success of distance learners. This paper is a documentation of how an Open University in a developing country, the Philippines, delivers learning support and other services to its students. Specifically, the paper will discuss 1). th 
Author:
Assoc. Prof.  Melinda dela Pena-Bandalaria  
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