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Volume 25, Number 3, 1 October 2000
Transnational Educational Provisions: Enabling Acess or Generating Exclusion

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From the Editors
pp. 287-289(3)

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Services 2000: Education and Training
pp. 291-295(5)
Author: Honeck, Dale B.

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Supranational Organizations and Transnational Education
pp. 297-303(7)
Author: Yelland, Richard

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New Zealand as a Provider of Transnational Education
pp. 311-313(3)
Author: Taylor, Lester

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Global On-line Learning: Hope or Hype?
pp. 351-353(3)
Author: Gladieux, Lawrence E.

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African Higher Education and Training: Opportunities and Challenges
pp. 373-379(7)
Author: Ekhaguere, G. O. S.

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Transnational Education in the Slovak Republic: Threat or Challenge?
pp. 387-394(8)
Author: Hrabinsk√°, Mari√°

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Communicative Action for Reforming University Education: Comments from a Sri Lankan Case Study
pp. 401-409(9)
Authors: Williams, Mark Campbell; Gunatunge, Sunil R.

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The Importance of Being Flexible with Assignment Deadlines
pp. 417-423(7)
Author: Patton, Mark Allan

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Notes on Contributors
pp. 435-437(3)

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