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A model for analysis and implementation of flexible programme delivery

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This is one of a series of publications from the Flexible Delivery Enhancement Theme. It represents the outcomes from one of six development projects supported by the Steering Committee.

This publication provides a reference model for use by teams designing new or revised programmes across the Scottish HE sector. The model addresses the effective implementation of technology supported blended learning and, in particular, the integration of technical services with pedagogical and administrative processes. It aims to transform the way in which HE institutions consider flexible delivery and to provide a practical tool that will help them to achieve change. The reference model for technology-supported blended learning described in this publication has practical applicability across the sector.

The model, together with the associated A practical guide to providing flexible learning in further and higher education (Casey and Wilson, 2006), should allow programme teams to audit existing provision. It will also guide them in choosing the appropriate approaches and tools to best meet the needs of their particular groups of students.
Authors: 
Professor Allison Littlejohn, Glasgow Caledonian University & Carey Normand, University of Dundee
Publication Date: October 2006

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