VOLUME 15, NO. 1, 2023

Editor-in-chief: PROFESSOR JEAN A. SALUDADEZ

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Volume 15, no. 1, 2023

Asean Journal of Open and Distance Learning

VOLUME 15, NO. 1, 2023

Editor-in-chief: PROFESSOR JEAN A. SALUDADEZ

Page Title Writer(s)
01-13 Using the Presage Variable in the Biggs’ 3P Model to Evaluate a Massive Open Online Course in the Philippines 1) Mari Anjeli Crisanto
2) Ma. Gian Rose Cerdeña
14-24 Effectiveness and Impact of Online Capacity-Building on Action Research Gerry S. Digo
25-39 Provision of Higher Education through the Open and Distance Learning Mode in Tanzania: Students’ Perceptions Elisante Mutoka
40-53 An Adaptive Learning Scheme Towards a Flexible Learning Management System 1) Jordan M. Cabaguing
2) Teresita Villa G. Lacaba
3) Cecilia G. Lagramada
54-72 Breaking the Cycle: A Qualitative Case Study of Social Influences on a B40 Adult Learner's Dropout from a Leadership Programme 1) May-Ann Chew
2) Md Rosli Ismail
73-87 Teachers Challenges and Practices in Handling Multigrade Classes: A Systematic Review 1) Lumen Cristy Booc Recla
2) Joel Dalmao Potane
88-100 Stakeholder’s Satisfaction in Response, and Accomplishments of Pangasinan State University, Lingayen Campus during the COVID-19 Pandemic Randy Joy M. Ventayen
101-110 The Readiness of Distance Learning Students for Digital Higher Education: A Case Study of the Open University in Thailand 1) Sudaw Lertwisuttipaiboon
2) Apiradee Sriopas
3) Warangkana Chankong
4) Sirirat Suwanidcharoen
5) Goontalee Bangkadanara
111-123 Course Performance and Retention in a Massive Open Online Course: A Case Study at Universiti Teknologi MARA Nurul Hidayana Mohd Noor
124-135 Analytical View on Online Learning Among Malaysian Secondary Students 1) Peter Ong
2) Eng Tek Ong
3) Md Jais Ismail
4) Fauzila Abdul Latif

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The ASEAN Journal of Open and Distance Learning (AJODL) is not affiliated, supported by, nor linked to the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). The term ASEAN is used here to refer to the geographical area of specific interest to the AJODL. The AJODL is dedicated to the promotion and advancement of Open and Distance Learning particularly in, but not limited to, ASEAN nations.


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