of Arts in
Open and Distance
MA ODE (2000).
Why the Sun doesnít Rise :
The Impact of Language on the Participation of Japanese Students
in Global Online Education. Unpublished masterís thesis.
These studies at a distance started in 1998,
continuing on the practical studies done at
Reading University and incorporating some
of my longstanding theoretical work into
culture. It is well recognized
that open and distance education
is a new field.
Although done at a distance,
a total of
180 postgraduate fully-accredited points were
admitted. At the same time 60 postgraduate
points were acquired for the
Certificate in Open and Distance
and 120 postgraduate fully-accredited points
the Diploma in Open and Distance Education
On a competitive basis, these studies
won the Gold Medal Award from the
Asian Association of Open Universities
are given here >
The following related published studies are
R2718 Kawachi, P.
technologies in distance education
do not yet
maximise the advantages of cultural
diversity. In N.K. Chandel,
R. Jit, S. Mal,
& A. Sharma (Eds.), Psychological implications
of information technology, (pp. 27-42).
New Delhi, India
: Deep & Deep Publications.
R2424 Kawachi, P. (2002). Poverty and
The impact of language on online
learning for Japanese learners.
In H.P.Dikshit, S.
Garg, S. Panda, &
Vijayshri (Eds.), Access & equity
Challenges for open and distance learning,
(pp. 159-170). New Delhi : Kogan Page.