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Episode three of podcast on flexible learning

10 Mar 2022 | Professor Mark Loon The third episode of a new podcast series linked to the Advance HE literature review on flexible learning, authored by Professor Mark Loon of Northumbria University, is now available.

As part of the Connect Benefit Series on Student Success Advance HE has published a literature review on flexible learning 2016-21. This project reviews detailed research undertaken across the world, using quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods, including a few conceptual articles published between 2016 and 2021. The review was conducted by Professor Mark Loon of Northumbria University and looks in depth at over 105 research articles.

In the third episode of this podcast series, Professor Mark Loon, author of Flexible learning: a literature review 2016 - 2021, is joined by Professor Keitha Dunstan, Provost, Bond University in Australia, Professor Ruksana Osman, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Academic, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, and Professor Lisa Anderson, Interim Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor Education, University of Liverpool to explore the flexible learning in the global context.

Each guests shares their views on the state of flexible learning in their own respective context, the key issues in flexible learning, and their views on the future of flexible learning.

Listen to episode three

As part of our Connect Benefit Series for 2021-22, our Student Success longitudinal project focuses on embedding employability in higher education as well as access, retention, attainment and progression and flexible learning. Find out more about Student Success  

This podcast complements the publication of our 'Flexible learning literature review: 2016-2021'.

As series of associated summits will be running at the following times in March. 

Additional outputs that accompany the literature review are also available - find out more

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