Research Area :: Distance Education.

Distance education is not an option but rather a necessity in many developing and developed countries across the world. The Department of TVE is in the process of offering distance education as per need of the OIC countries in the fields of engineering, business, technology, management and technical & vocational education. A range of journal & conference articles and thesis has been published on distance education and its associated fields.

Leader of the Research Group: Dr Md Aktaruzzaman

Research Co-Lead: Rashedul Huq Shamim

Other Associated Faculties & Staff:

Related Publications

1. Khan, M. S. H., Nambobi, M., & Ali, M. S. (2017) MOOCs in TVET Sectors of Developing Countries: Benefits, Possibilities, and Challenges. In Frank Giuseffi (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Self-Directed Learning Strategies in the Digital Age, IGI-global (USA), P. 22 - 47

2. Mamun, M. A. (2015). Learning science concepts online through simulations: how confident are students in the self-directed environments? The 20th Postgraduate Research Community Conference on Charting educational futures: Building on 20 years of research, August 2015, Brisbane: The University of Queensland

3. Hasan, M. (2013, December 21-22). Facebook as educational tool: an alternative to LMS in the developing countries [Paper presentation]. 4th International Conference on Education and Information Management (ICEIM-2013), Penang, Malaysia