Brazilian Open University System: a public policy on distance learning education in Brazil (2005-2010)

Maria Renata Da Cruz Duran, Celso José Da Costa


The Brazilian Open University System (UAB) was launched in December 2005. It is a network system that brings together public higher education institutions, municipalities and state governments, and federal government, specially on CAPES (Coordination Office for the Development of Higher Education Staff) by the DED (Distance Education Division), to expand and offer to inland cities higher education using the e-learning model. In this paper, we describe the contribution of DED/CAPES during the management of the UAB System from 2005 to 2010 to the system.

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