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Flexible Learning Summit: Mapping pathways through learning. #flexilearn. 27-28 June 2013. Welcome. Helena Lim Assistant Director, Wales and Northern Ireland Head of Partnerships Paul Manners HEA Associate. The Higher Education Academy. Policy context. Context.

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    1. Flexible Learning Summit:Mapping pathways through learning #flexilearn 27-28 June 2013

    2. Welcome Helena Lim Assistant Director, Wales and Northern Ireland Head of Partnerships Paul Manners HEA Associate

    3. The Higher Education Academy

    4. Policy context

    5. Context

    6. Welsh Government Policy Statement on Higher Education

    7. Future Directions for Higher Education in Wales Global Graduates: Enabling Flexible Learning

    8. Table discussion • Talk about each of the dimensions and focal points. Reflect on how you would position your institution along each of these dimensions.

    9. Panel • Stephen Gomez • HEA Academic Lead for Online Learning • Joe Marshall • Project Manager, National Centre for Universities and Businesses • Alison Le Cornu • HEA Academic Lead for Flexible Learning and Educational Learning Technologies

    10. A framework for flexible learning

    11. A framework for flexible learning Hear by Right offers a robust and challenging framework for any organisation that is serious about putting young people at the heart of their services. It is proving invaluable in our work to continually improve the quality and extent of young people’s active involvement

    12. Shared values: • What values should underpin a flexible university?

    13. Rationale and benefits: • Why does flexible learning matter? • What are the key benefits for students, staff, the institution and its stakeholders?

    14. Activity and behaviour: • What activities and behaviours characterise a ‘flexible’ university? • What can students, employers, communities, staff expect?

    15. How flexible? • Just how flexible are we prepared to be? • What limits / boundaries do we want to set?

    16. Table discussions • Rationale and benefits: • Why does flexible learning matter? • What are the key benefits for students, staff, the institution and its stakeholders? • Shared values: • What values should underpin a flexible university? • Activity and behaviour: • What activities and behaviours characterise a ‘flexible’ university? • What can students, employers, staff, communities expect? • How flexible? • Just how flexible are we prepared to be? • What limits / boundaries do we want to set? • What would a ‘ladder’ of flexibility look like?

    17. Focal points for embedding public engagement

    18. Focal points for embedding public engagement

    19. Focal points for embedding public engagement

    20. Leadership Communication Mission Purpose Shared values People Process Staff Support Students Learning Public Reward

    21. Strategic focus Sensitivity to change Customer focus Strategy and culture Learner choice Quality Scope Leadership Pace Skills and knowledge Place Enabling systems Mode

    22. Table discussion • What do you think the key dimensions for managing and leading flexible learning should be? • Come up with a shortlist, and provide a rationale for each of the dimensions you have chosen • Record the name of each dimension and a brief rationale on separate post-its. • Create a diagram to show their relationship

    23. Title Commentary Things to think about … questions to ask Evidence Emerging Established Advanced

    24. Flexible Learning Summit:Mapping pathways through learning #flexilearn 27-28 June 2013

    25. Flexible Learning Summit:Mapping pathways through learning Welcome Helena Lim Assistant Director, Wales and Northern Ireland Head of Partnerships Paul Manners HEA Associate #flexilearn 27-28 June 2013

    26. A framework for flexible learning

    27. A framework for flexible learning Hear by Right offers a robust and challenging framework for any organisation that is serious about putting young people at the heart of their services. It is proving invaluable in our work to continually improve the quality and extent of young people’s active involvement