Flexible learning for a large undergraduate history paper: implementation and outcomes
Keywords:online learning, distance learning, technology-enhanced learning, flexible learning,
AbstractThis paper describes the conversion of a first year History paper at the University of Otago into a flexible learning paper. The work involved using distance learning techniques to generate a paper that went some way to achieving flexibility of time, place and pace of student learning.
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