Chair: Julia Taylor, subject specialist (accessibility and inclusion), Jisc. Speakers: Mike Sharples, The Open University / FutureLearn Mike Snowden, University of Huddersfield One of the arguments often made for technology-enhanced learning is that it enables greater flexibility for learners and institutions, enabling learners to vary the mode, pace and place of their learning, and making it easier for non-traditional and geographically distributed students to participate and be supported. In order for this to happen, though, we need to explore new models of provision and delivery, making the most of what technology can offer. In this workshop presenters from a range of HE providers will share how they design learning opportunities and support that is flexible enough to meet the needs of a wide range of students, and will consider the impact on providers and students. Delegates will discuss how these insights can be applied in their own situations.