This resource provides a ten-point guide to best practice and how this is to be implemented. It is designed to be used where large-scale implementation of a learning management system is not appropriate. For example, it might be used when teaching staff wish to pilot the use of software such as an open source learning management system or blog software, perhaps to provide greater flexibility or to investigate innovative teaching and learning strategies.
The guide does not attempt to provide comprehensive advice on selecting and implementing an institution-wide learning management system.
Flexible Learning Planning Guide (PDF, 72KB. Version 1, March 2008)
Tools such as the Flexible Learning Planning Guide can be used when developing, monitoring or reviewing courses. Contact me if you’d like more information about how these tools can be effective in ensuring the quality of online, flexible or distance courses.
Copyright 2008 Paul Left
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