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Transformation Of Kabul Based Universities From Using Classic Content Management System To Web Content Management System: Key Issues And Challenges, Siddiqullah Barikzai Jan 2017

Transformation Of Kabul Based Universities From Using Classic Content Management System To Web Content Management System: Key Issues And Challenges, Siddiqullah Barikzai

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The aim of this research is to find problems and challenges resulted from using classic content management system and replacing it with Web Content Management System in Kabul based universities. The study will find answer to the following questions:

Do stated universities have necessary facilities such as electricity, computers, projectors, LCD, and the Internet? Are deans of faculties, chairs of departments, directors of student affairs, and students of these universities ready to use WCMS? What are the main problems and challenges that classic content management system has resulted yet? Finally, which of these two stated systems are most cost-effective, quick ...


1991 Regional Conference Of The Comparative And International Education Society, Center For International Education Jan 1991

1991 Regional Conference Of The Comparative And International Education Society, Center For International Education

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The 1991 Northeast Regional Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society was hosted by the Center for International Education, University of Massachusetts at Amherst on November 15, 1991. The theme of the conference, "the Challenges of International Education in the 1990s: Effectiveness and Excellence," was deliberately made broad in order to encompass a wide range of problems and issues relevant to educators involved in the development of education world-wide.

More than sixty people attended the conference, and participants represented the rich institutional diversity in the northeast region of the US. Participants came from the Bunting Institute (Radcliffe Research Study ...


International Perspectives On Nonformal Education, Division Of Community Education, Springfield College, Center For International Education School Of Education University Of Massachusetts, Amherst, David R. Evans, Peter Hackett, John C. Osgood, John W. Bing, David Kahler, Michael Kipkorir Koech, Frank A. Stone, Stephen S. Winter, Frances L. O'Neill, James F. Mctaggert, Donald F. Ross Jr., Bernard K. Hayford, Dorothy R. Pieniadz, Nellie B. Kanno, Sean J. O'Connor Jan 1979

International Perspectives On Nonformal Education, Division Of Community Education, Springfield College, Center For International Education School Of Education University Of Massachusetts, Amherst, David R. Evans, Peter Hackett, John C. Osgood, John W. Bing, David Kahler, Michael Kipkorir Koech, Frank A. Stone, Stephen S. Winter, Frances L. O'Neill, James F. Mctaggert, Donald F. Ross Jr., Bernard K. Hayford, Dorothy R. Pieniadz, Nellie B. Kanno, Sean J. O'Connor

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The New England Regional Meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society was held on the campus of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, on 3 May, 1979. The conference was co-sponsored by the Division of Community Education, Springfield College, and the Center for International Education, School of Education, University of Massachusetts.

The theme of the conference was "International Perspectives on Nonformal Education." The papers delivered ranged in topics from the use of traditional art forms and poetry as a medium of nonformal education to the discussion of the philosophical foundations underlying the field. Case studies of specific nonformal education projects ...


Education And National Development, Thomas L. Bernard, George E. Urch, Alex Mackertich, Thomas H. Thomas, James Mangan, John Osgood, Frank Andrews Stone, William L. Thuemmel, Benjamin D. Stickney, Richard O. Ulin, Kuan-Yu Chen, Kevin Fleming, John Neumann, Harry R. White Jan 1977

Education And National Development, Thomas L. Bernard, George E. Urch, Alex Mackertich, Thomas H. Thomas, James Mangan, John Osgood, Frank Andrews Stone, William L. Thuemmel, Benjamin D. Stickney, Richard O. Ulin, Kuan-Yu Chen, Kevin Fleming, John Neumann, Harry R. White

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The New England Regional Meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society was held on the campus of Springfield College on April 29, 1977. The Conference was co-sponsored by the Division of Community Education, Springfield College, and the Center for International Education, University of Massachusetts.

The theme of the conference was "Education and National Development." The papers delivered ranged in topics from a global perspective to the use of ethnic and multicultural education to assist in national development. Case studies of specific cultural areas highlight the conference. The papers provided a format for discussing and recording the experiences and research ...


Non-Formal Education In A World Context, George E. Urch, David R. Evans, William A. Smith, Roshan R. Billimoria, David W. Mcdowell, David Rosen, Walter B. Johnson, Frank A. Stone, Mounir R. Saahad, Thomas L. Bernard, Falih Al-Shaikhly Jan 1973

Non-Formal Education In A World Context, George E. Urch, David R. Evans, William A. Smith, Roshan R. Billimoria, David W. Mcdowell, David Rosen, Walter B. Johnson, Frank A. Stone, Mounir R. Saahad, Thomas L. Bernard, Falih Al-Shaikhly

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During the past decade the role of non-formal education throughout the world has become an important topic. Educators realize that the formal system cannot solve the diversified and complex problems which face a society today. As a consequence a closer look is now being taken at educational activities outside the established system--especially those non-formal processes which have a relationship to socio-economic development.

While many societies have a long tradition of non-formal education, little attempt has been made to utilize this base to provide individuals with a flexible and diversified range of useful learning opportunities. Recently, however, the innate potential of ...


Sundry Papers I, David R. Evans, Steve Grant, Ash Hartwell, Joe Blackman, Peter Higginson, James Hoxeng, Ken Shuey Jan 1970

Sundry Papers I, David R. Evans, Steve Grant, Ash Hartwell, Joe Blackman, Peter Higginson, James Hoxeng, Ken Shuey

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Since its creation two years ago, the Center for International Education has devoted most of its energy to building a viable entity and to starting new programs. This collection of papers represents an attempt to begin to consolidate and analyze our efforts and includes some of the first results of the Center's programs and adaptations of new approaches to problems in international education.

The papers reflect the diversity of topics and techniques which characterizes the Center. They are reproduced for the purpose of communicating with others interested in the field, rather than representing traditional academic-style research efforts. We hope ...