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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 4: Quality Education

Organizations relating to Distance Education

Latin American Network for Development in Distance Education / Est. 1989
European Open University Network / Est. 1995
European Foundation for Quality in eLearning / Est. 2005
Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education / Cleveland OH, USA / Est. 1985
Global Universities in Distance Education / Rome, Italy / Est. 2005
European Network for the Forest and Wood Sector Industries / Est. 1991
Internationales Fortbildungszentrum für Psychoanalytische Selbstpsychologie
East Asia Open Institute
European Association of Distance Teaching Universities / Maastricht, Netherlands / Est. 1987
Bircham International University / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1992
SEAN International / East Grinstead, UK / Est. 1971
Open International University for Complementary Medicines / Colombo, Sri Lanka / Est. 1987
World Women's Veterinarian Association / Est. 1987
Caribbean Association for Distance and Open Learning / Est. 2004
Inter-American Foundation for the Development of Distance Learning
International Centre for Distance Learning / Est. 1983
Open Learning and Distance Education Association of Eastern Africa / Est. 1999
Mediterranean Network for the Distance Education of Managers
Institute of Baltic Studies / Tartu, Estonia / Est. 1996
SAARC Consortium of Open and Distance Learning
European Home Study Council / Est. 1968
Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia / Delhi, India / Est. 1994
International Extension College / Est. 1971
Université virtuelle francophone
African Association for Distance Education / Est. 1973

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Action Strategies relating to Distance Education

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing new distance education
Educating by correspondence

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