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Anadolu University, which has been developing constantly since it was established, has determined a new road map considering the mission and vision developed in the search conference for the purpose of AOS “2020 Future design” (17-19 April 2010). In accordance with the outcomes of this study, the following question was one of the questions addressed to the participants in this conference for their answers, “how should an ideal education channel be in AOS?” as TV channels are considered as most basic components of such systems. This paper attempts to reveal possible answers to that question and also to come up with answers to what stages there should be in such process considering the “strategic plan”, which is one of the outcomes of this search conference.



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