Students’ perception of course tutors’ effectiveness on the delivery mode in DE: The case of the University of Cape Coast
This paper was presented at the Distance Education and Teacher's Training in Africa (DETA) 2009 Conference, August 2009, Ghana. Distance education (DE) has emerged as a tool for widening access to higher education for all manner of people in the country. Recognising the need to make tertiary education highly accessible to the Ghanaian population, the Government of Ghana proposed over a decade ago to promote DE in the country. The DE programmes in Ghana has given opportunity to mainly teachers and other public and private workers to engage in work and study. This in no doubt is contributing to manpower development of the workforce in the country.
Kwesi Kebir Ghansah, Augustus Daniel Arko and Augustus Daniel Arko
Distance Education and Teacher Education in Africa DETA Conference 2007
Course tutors distance education Higher Education Tertiary education