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Outline of the presentation: 1) The New Environment 2) Challenges in the New Environment 3) Accreditation and Quality Assurance in Thailand 4) Quality Assurance in RIT 
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Asst. Prof. Dr.  Numyoot Songthanapitak  
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Some hail ‘virtual education’ as a new paradigm, others more cautiously view it as another mode of learning in a continuum of possible approaches. In either case, the issue of quality is at the forefront of debates. Is the quality of virtual education the same as ‘on-campus’ or ‘in-classroom’ learning? Should the quality be the same or different from ‘traditional’ approaches to education? How can the quality of virtual education be assured whenever and wherever it is delivered? 
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Professor  Robin Middlehurst  
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The paper is designed as a guide to help institutions put in place the staff development systems and strategies needed to achieve the vision and goals of open and flexible learning. It argues that moving into open and flexible learning represents a major paradigm shift for institutions and staff. New teaching and learning strategies need to be adopted, new methods and technologies mastered, and new roles and working practices accepted.  
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Colin Latchem  
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The earliest attempts in the area of staff-development of Distance Education associated with the beginning of the Open University, U.K. during the early 1970s, and a relatively recent attempt was made at the Indira Gandhi National Open University, India, in 1987. Training is an integral part of staff development programme .... 
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Dr.   Mujibul Hasan Siddiqui  
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There can be no denying that there has been an “exponential expansion of distance education” course (Hawkridge, 1995). The advantages of such a form of course provision are considerable: in particular it allows students, especially mature students who are likely to have considerable personal and professional commitments, to study without the personal and financial expense involved in returning to university as a “traditional” student. In a very real sense it represents opportunities for ........ 
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Davey Yeung  
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Having conducted your research on open and distance learning and technology, you may well wish to increase your academic reputation by presenting your work and findings to the ever-growing number of academics and other professionals across the globe who are interested in new educational and training methods and applications of technology. Asian research findings, theories and practice appear all too infrequently in international journals and so it is important that you help to achieve wider..... 
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Colin LatchemNick Rushby  
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