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The schedule and assessments are in the 2014 Course Outline
Remember you can make your blog or ePortfolio space private if you prefer and invite just the course lecturer. I can supply email addresses if you wish to give course participants access as well. If you do feel comfortable having your work in a public forum, the advantage is that others can interact with you, and give you feedback.
In class today, we looked some examples of blogs and ePortfolios from other classes - links on the right of this post. We also began talking about what flexible learning means - the first module - What is Flexible Learning? - and discussed the five dimensions of flexibility and ratings on the flexibility continuum (Casey & Wilson, 2005). We also made a start on thinking about how flexible participants' course design was with regard to these dimensions.
On Moodle, you can find material that was given out in class:
- a reading Collins & Moonen (2001) Flexible learning: it's not just about distance, and
- the diagram of a Flexibility Continuum,
- Three-Step Reflective Framework template - to assist your reflective writing in your portfolio.