Supporting Open Learning and Distance Education in Asia

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Sanjaya MISHRA


In this first Editorial of this Journal, we should like to set out the reasons why we decided to start such a venture, the current Asian landscape as we see it, and the way forward we are planning.

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KAWACHI, P., SHARMA, R., & MISHRA, S. (2003). Supporting Open Learning and Distance Education in Asia. Asian Journal of Distance Education, 1(1), 1-4. Retrieved from


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