#fdol141 topic 3: flexible learning in the digital age @openfdol

Dear friends,

We hope you are all well and have used topic 2 to learn more about digital literacies and identify how these relate to your current practice. Wonderful that many of you have reflected on your ‘Digital me’ and that there is some activity in the groups. Remember to reach out if something is unclear or you need help.

In topic 3 we will discuss Flexible pedagogies in the digital age and how these link to our own practices. How flexible are we and why is flexibility needed? What are the challenges? We have selected a small number of very interesting readings, some of them are literally hot off the press, so to speak. Please check these out as they will give you a rich flavour of where we are and where we might be heading.

Let’s continue the conversation! Remember to reflect on your learning and practice and share with the FDOL community so that we can develop our understanding further. 

Remember Sue’s and David’s Twitter chat on Wednesday at 8pm UK time. This is a great opportunity for focused and speedy conversation for 1 hour. If you haven’t tried this yet, consider giving it a go this week. More info about the tweet chats can be found here.

If you have any ideas or suggestions on how we could perhaps help you to enhance your time with us, please get in touch, ok? For example, you might like to organise a hangout or learn with a study buddy. All possible. Just make an announcement in the community area or let us know if you would like a facilitator to help you arranging something. We are just a message away and here to help. 

See you all online.

The FDOL team

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