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Survey for flexible learning development

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Bronwyn and Terry attended a Flexible Learning Committee meeting last week. The need for a survey to gauge where the Poly is at and where it might need to go in relation to flexible learning was actioned. The plan for the survey is due tomorrow, so Bronwyn, Terry and I have been working on a document in Writely.

At the moment we are working up 10 example questions for each of the following big picture areas:

These are the big picture questions which will be answered by the data to be gathered in the project.

  1. What is the understanding of staff, students and other stakeholders about flexible learning?
  2. What is happening now around flexible learning and teaching at the institution?
  3. How can flexible methods further assist learning and teaching?
  4. What is needed by staff and students to encourage and support them?
  5. Where do the staff and students and other stakeholders see flexible learning and teaching taking the institution in the future?
  6. Where does the institution fit nationally and internationally?
  7. What is the best way to review flexibility in learning and teaching?
On another note, working in Writely has been very useful. Writely is a web based office suite where we can upload documents and collaborativley work on them without ending up with versions left, right and centre. A bit like a wiki but it has all the office formating tools. Now that Terry is on board with us in it, we should be able to get a lot more done asychronously, and not have to rely so much on meetings and then one person transcribing what we agreed.

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