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Women have longed for higher learning to emancipate themselves. DE has proved as a sure way of making women meet their educational aspirations as they meet the obligations of society and career. The study styles of women in DE have implications for administering DE in a women-friendly manner. By nature women learn best in groups and interaction. Their confidence increase when they are in constant interaction with their tutors and co-students.
Most DE institutions provide intensive support systems which could help meet the learning styles of DE students, most especially women. Much as the support systems are what women need to survive on DE programmes, their socio-economic roles make it challenging to make the best of the support systems.
Recognizing the cost involved in putting up more learning centers that will be closer to distance learners, the potential of modern technology could be harnessed to make all support systems highly accessible to women. The use of cellular phones has tremendously increased in Africa.
Even in the remotest rural communities, people use cell phones. Text messages alone could be a basic tool for keeping in constant touch with female distance learners to motivate, support and sustain them on DE programmes.
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