Flexible ecosystems for education
The Queen Mary Academy has been awarded funding from Advance HE’s Collaborative Development Fund for the project: “Developing Flexible Ecosystems for education that supports student success: where are we now, what works and where next?’. You can find out more about the project from the Advance HE website.
This project will identify the current state of knowledge and expertise in the area of flexible education across institutions, both within the UK and internationally.
We are delighted with the funding support for this important work. Working through surveys, case studies and roundtables, our aim is to establish the scale and range of practice in providing flexible learning opportunities, particularly looking at the strategic approaches and policies for managing flexible reward and recognition; learner-centred educational approaches and partnership approaches.— Professor Janet De Wilde, Director Queen Mary Academy
The project has gathered information in using a variety of methods, including a survey, a series of roundtable discussions and student interviews. A number of case studies have also been identified.
The final report is scheduled to be completed by the end of August 2021.
To find out more about the project, please read the news story and visit the Advance HE website.