Flexible Learning Strategies for Higher Education (2007)

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  • 1. Flexible Learning Strategies for Higher Education Antti Raike University of Art and Design Helsinki15.3.2007 Antti Raike 1
  • 2. Introduction• Inclusion in UIAH tuition: Accessibility and flexibility of CSCL in HE• University for All strategy of UIAH: links to Virtual University of Finland and ESOK• Accessibility is connected to flexibility and both will be concretised in practise with a cumulative feedback loop15.3.2007 Antti Raike 2
  • 3. Strategy: Where and how? • “There and back again”?15.3.2007 Antti Raike 3
  • 4. Strategy for accessibility and flexibility of studies• Overlapping strategies Ministry of Education University of Art and Design Virtual University15.3.2007 Antti Raike 4
  • 5. Proactive process• Collaboration of stakeholders Ministry of Education University of Art and Design Virtual University15.3.2007 Antti Raike 5
  • 6. Expanding demand for flexibility in higher educationICT Ministry of Education University of Art and Design Virtual UniversityInformation and Communication techology 15.3.2007 Antti Raike 6
  • 7. World Campus• Innovation University• Integration of eLearning in educational delivery and support processes• Focus on the use of eLearning for increasing access, for offering flexible education and for income generation• An extensive use of ICT and CSCL is necessary to survive in the competitive market of HE15.3.2007 Antti Raike 7
  • 8. Challenge of Target Groups15.3.2007 Antti Raike 8
  • 9. Activating communities of strategic practice15.3.2007 Antti Raike 9
  • 10. Integrating NGO projects in flexible tuition• Strategic collaboration15.3.2007 Antti Raike 10
  • 11. Conclusions• Strategic planning: an investment• The administration begins the process with a clear idea of the anticipated benefits• The management is able to measure the results• The staff will change the strategy into everyday practice• Flexible tuition is possible if all the actors or stakeholders are included• Flexibility is accessibility when all the stakeholders form Communities of Practice contributing a cumulative feedback loop of studies15.3.2007 Antti Raike 11
  • 12. Thank you!15.3.2007 Antti Raike 12