#fdol141 starts on the 10th of February @openfdol

Hello dear friends,

Would you like to find out more about the pedagogy of flexible, distance and online learning? Are you interested in continuing professional development and would like to connect and learn with educators from around the world?

Register for FDOL141 the open course offered by educational developers from the UK and Sweden starting on the 10 February 2014 to experience open collaborative learning over 6 weeks.

FDOL141 is a great opportunity to explore the pedagogies of flexible, distance and online learning with colleagues from around the world in multidisciplinary and cross-cultural contexts. FDOL141 uses collaborative learning practices, an open problem-based learning approach and focuses on building personal learning networks.

The course will assist you in understanding and evaluating the benefits and challenges students and tutors face in learning and teaching in the digital age. It will help you develop effective strategies for designing and implementing collaborative learning offers in various contexts, support learners and create stimulating learning opportunities.

Participation is open to everyone and there are no fees or subscriptions required.

What are you waiting for! If you would like to participate, please register at https://fdol.wordpress.com/registration/

Feel free to share this invite with colleagues who might also be interested.

We look forward to learning with you!

Chrissi Nerantzi @chrissinerantzi & Lars Uhlin @laruhl
FDOL organisers

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