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Management of Asynchronous Learning Networks: A case study of Graduate students of Management using unconventional teacing methods

K, Srinivasan (2004): Management of Asynchronous Learning Networks: A case study of Graduate students of Management using unconventional teacing methods. Published in: South Asian Journal of Socio Political Studies , Vol. Vol 5 , No. Vol 5 No.1, Dec 2004 (December 2004): pp. 131-133.

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Abstract

Web based tools are successfully used for various technology and management courses. It has lots of potential in social sciences, especially in behaviours sciences. The principle of teaching behaviour sciences is preparing the students to understand the social and behavioural aspects of individuals. It also equips them with sme tools and techniques to understand the behaviour and also develop some interventions to alter the behaviour.

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