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Title: Distance education in Slovenia : a case study of innovation
Authors: Margerita, Zagmajster
Bregar, Lea
Keywords: Education -- Mediterranean Region
Education, Higher -- Slovenia -- Case studies
Universities and colleges -- Slovenia
Distance education -- Slovenia
Economics -- Study and teaching -- Slovenia
Teaching -- Methodology
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Education
Citation: Bregar, L. & Zagmajster, M. (2000). Distance education in Slovenia : a case study of innovation. Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies, 5(2), 115-127
Abstract: In Slovenia, the development of modern open/distance education started at the beginning of the nineties at a traditional university having considerable experience in the delivery of part-time study courses. The initiative of developing a distance education programme were carried out within the framework of the PHARE Programmefor Multi-country Co-operation in Distance Education, in which 11 Central and East European beneficiary countries were involved. The Faculty of Economics of the University of Ljubljana was selected as a pilot institution for Slovenia. The paper shows how the synergy created through the combination of existing domestic resources as well as the local social and educational environment with outside expertise served to bring about a self-sustainable distance education programme and to improve the quality of mass higher education services offered by a traditional university.
ISSN: 1024-5375
Appears in Collections:MJES, Volume 5, No. 2 (2000)
MJES, Volume 5, No. 2 (2000)

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