1st Edition

Flexible Learning in Higher Education

    154 Pages
    by Routledge

    156 Pages
    by Routledge

    Analyzing the collective experiences of staff from a variety of departments within organizations of higher and further education, this study demonstrates how flexible learning strategies have been adopted to face new challenges.

    Co-ordinating flexible learning in higher education; The student view of flexible learning; Information technology for flexible learning; Course guides for flexible learning; Modularization across campus; Off-site support for flexible learners; Meeting the challenge of special needs; Coping with larger classes - flexible learning in geography; A flexible learning strategy for design and technology students; A flexible learning plan for information technology - a self-guided profile for student teachers; Distance learning for engineering students; Educating the managers of today - a flexible learning approach in the business school; Flexible learning and the university library; The way forward.


    John Arfield, Keith Hodgkinson, Alison Smith, Winnie Wade