Flexible learning

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Flexible learning is a principle of practice in formal education, concerned with increasing flexibility in the requirements, time and location of study, teaching, assessment and certification [1]

History[edit]

Flexible learning saw significant development in New Zealand and Australia throughout the late 90s and early 2000s, along with investments in online learning.[2] It has become synonymous with online learning in recent years, but only because online learning is currently a primary focus of educational institutions, to achieve flexible learning among other things.[citation needed]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ ANTA (2003). Flexible Learning Business Planning Framework. Australian Flexible Learning framework
  2. ^ Shurville et al. (2008). Educational and institutional flexibility of Australian educational software. Campus-Wide Information Systems Volume 25, Issue 2

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