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Introducing flexible learning 1 Overview This module is designed to serve as a resource for academics and course managers involved in or considering flexible learning options.
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This term describes a learning design perspective deeply rooted in the needs of Introducing flexible learning. book, with the main objective being to provide them with the most flexibility about the learning content, schedules, access, and learning styles as possible.
A flexible learning design customizes learning environments to meet the needs of learners, using both technological and non-technological tools. a learning system that wants something, Introducing flexible learning. book adapts its behavior in order to maximize a special signal from its environment.
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These papers discuss flexible learning, the term used to describe more learner-centred approaches to teaching and learning, and its potential application in colleges and universities. Flexible learning offers these institutions opportunities to improve their quality of instruction.
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