#FDOL141 ‘s final day today and a new start @openfdol

Dear FDOL friends,

The course is coming to an end. It is actually our last day today after 6 weeks. We really hope that the journey has been an exciting adventure for you and helped you learn more about Flexible, Distance and Online Learning while also experimenting and experiencing learning in an open course. 

Our FDOL141 webinar: Lessons learned and the way forward, was organised by Neil, Alastair and Stephan and took place on the 28th of March at 14:00 UK/15: CET 

The recording can be accessed at http://meet92084261.adobeconnect.com/p4kvqfh1dbq/

FDOL is now available as a stand alone open course and open educational resource. Feel free to use and re-purpose the course, parts of the course or the design. Remember that it is good practice to add the full creative commons attribution displayed on this course site and acknowledge the course designers.  

A BIG thank you to the whole team Maria Kvarnström, Neil Withnell, Alastair Creelman, Carol Haigh, David Bevington, Ebba Ossiannilsson, Mina Sotiriou, Paul Booth, Rachel Forsyth, Rebecca Strachan, Bernard Lisewski and Stephan Haas for all their hard work and commitment throughout the course as well as Sue Beckingham and David Hopkins who organised our weekly FDOL tweetchats and created additional opportunities for engagement and exchange. We wouldn’t have been able to do FDOL141 without any of them.

Thanks again for joining us open educators. We wish you all the very best for the future and keep in touch, ok?

Chrissi and Lars

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