Anadolu University is a dual mode public Higher Education institution with its 16 faculties, 1 State Conservatory, 2 applied schools, 4 vocational schools, 9 graduate schools, 30 research centers, and 15 research, development and implementation units. With its 33 years of experience, distance education system has 2.7 million (1.5 million active and 1.2 million passive) learners which constitute 46% of the learners in the Higher Education system in Turkey. Currently, 17 Bachelor’s, 34 Associate Degrees and 26 Certificate Programs are offered in distance education in a wide range of disciplines for Turkish people living in Turkey, 19 European countries, Azerbaijan and Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Anadolu’s open education system also provides educational opportunities to learners having physical, hearing and visually impaired disabilities and people in prisons.
Anadolu University will take part in the design and development of pilots and evaluation of them.
The distance education system of Anadolu University offers a wide range of alternative sources for learning. Learners have the opportunity to get the printed books from the 106 offices all over the country and abroad. In addition to this, learning materials are delivered online through the ELearning Portal which includes several components such as interactive e-books, webinars, e-courses, videos, audio-books and e-facilitation services and formative assessment opportunities such as e-practices and e-exams. Learners have summative face-to-face exams in all degree-level programs except for e-certificate programs which constitute a minor part of the whole assessment practices of the Distance Education System.
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