Flexible Learning Impact Report

Here’s an interesting article that came today via Stephen Downes’ OLD which I though is worth distributing…


    This item popped up in my DLORN Ticker this morning, via EdNA, and while
    most definitely not a learning object (properly so-called), it is a useful
    and well-structured study of student reactions to flexible learning in
    Tasmania. Conducted by telephone interviews with more than a thousand
    students, this survey reports a general satisfaction with flexible
    learning and a recognition of its benefits (a fair sample said flexible
    learning offered opportunities that would not otherwise have been
    available, and a good number in the north and north-west (relatively
    isolated regions of Tasmania) said that it increased interaction). MS Word

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