Flexible Learning: A first look at the direction of our future strategy
18 May 2022
Share your ideas and feedback
Following extensive engagement with students and staff, we would like to provide an update for the direction of the future Flexible Learning strategy.
We are also giving you the opportunity to share your views with us before we take our strategy to Senate for approval in October 2022.
To get an overview of the key areas for change, please take a look at the online information pack below, which includes:
- The three key shifts in mindset we'll introduce to embed blended and flexible learning;
- The changes we’ll make to help us think differently about how we teach and work;
- Links to a summary of feedback we gathered from students and staff and recommendations made by our theme leads;
- A link to a feedback form, so you can let us know your views on our future direction. The form takes 5 minutes to complete and will close on 30 May 2022.
This online information pack is not a final version of the Flexible Learning strategy, but an opportunity to check in with students and staff on our future direction.
If you would like to learn more about how we are developing our strategy, please visit our Flexible Learning webpages. You will find all student and staff feedback, a full analysis of all feedback data and the recommendations made by our theme leads.
Thank you to everyone who has already helped us shape the emerging Flexible Learning strategy.
We look forward to hearing your views.
Dan and Steve
Professor Dan George, Associate Vice-President for Blended Learning
Professor Steve Pettifer, Deputy Director for Flexible Learning