About The Journal

The ASEAN Journal of Open and Distance Learning (AJODL) is dedicated to the sharing of knowledge, ideas and experience pertaining to Open and Distance Learning (ODL).

The journal, launched on 12th August 2009, is an outcome from a collaborative effort between three universities: Open University Malaysia (OUM), Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University (STOU) and University of the Philippines Open University (UPOU). In 2015, Hanoi Open University (HOU) and Indonesia Open University (known as Universitas Terbuka Indonesia or UT) joined the collaboration. The editorial members consist of academicians from all five universities. These universities are also members of a joint collaborative research group known as OU5.

The AJODL is dedicated to the promotion of ODL particularly in the ASEAN region. We welcome contributors from all around the world to submit their articles in this journal.

The Aims of the AJODL

The aim of the AJODL is to provide a platform for the exchange and dissemination of scholarly ideas, research findings and insights into the fields of ODL in the ASEAN region.

Scope of the AJODL

The scope of the journal expands over all areas of open and distance learning and areas of concern in ASEAN region.

Current Issue

TABLE OF CONTENTS - Volume 9, No. 1, June 2017
Page No. Title Writer Journal
1 - 11 MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES AS A COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAMME Yuni Tri Hewindati, Tian Belawati

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12 - 21 EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOME OF SUKHOTHAI THAMMATHIRAT OPEN UNIVERSITY STAKEHOLDERS Chantana Thongprayoon

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22 - 32 RETENTION AND ADOPTION OF INFORMATION IN THE TV SCHOOL-ON-THE-AIR PROGRAMME, HANEP GULAY IN MAJAYJAY, LAGUNA, PHILIPPINES Jonathan Alexander DJ. Galang, Sherwin Joseph C. Felicidarion

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33 - 42 ADAPTIVE CAPACITY FRAMEWORK FOR UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT STAFF IN VIEW OF EDUCATIONAL INNOVATIONS AT VIETNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY Dang Xuan Hai

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43 - 52 A STUDY OF SOCIOECONOMIC ATTRIBUTES ON OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING IN MALAYSIA Chiam Chooi Chea, Lim Yee Wui, Joshua Tan Juat Huan

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53 - 62 CHARACTER EDUCATION MODEL THROUGH FACE-TO-FACE TUTORIAL FOR MATHEMATICS COURSE AT UNIVERSITAS TERBUKA Dina Thaib, Tri Dyah Prastiti, Jackson Pasini Mairing

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63 - 71 SOCIAL MEDIA AS A LEARNING TOOL AMONG ONLINE LEARNERS Myra Collado Almodiel

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72 - 80 EVALUATION OF ONLINE TUTORIAL USING THE CASE OF AN AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION PRACTICE COURSE Nurul Huda

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