You may recall that last year we invited submissions for the OOFAT (Open, Online, Flexible and Technology-Enhanced) Models for Education project. The project has already produced some interesting results and reflections and we have published a preliminary paper in the proceedings of the EADTU conference.
While we have had a good rate of response to the survey we believe that a final push for additional cases would be of benefit to the project and the final reporting. So, we are sending out a final request for submissions to the survey, and hope that you will either complete the survey or share it with appropriate colleagues who can.
You can find the survey at:
The survey takes about 20-30 minutes to complete and asks about strategic priorities for educational institutions which may exist anywhere along the spectrum of virtual/physical/blended/open/distance learning. It’s a great opportunity to raise the profile of your project or institution and see how it compares to other cases.
Please note that we do not require responses from anyone who has already submitted in response to the previous call: we are looking for new cases. We request your response by 19th January 2018.
The OOFAT Models project is a collaboration between OER Hub and FiBS (Institute for Education and Socio-Economic Research) in Germany funded by the International Council for Distance Education.
Any queries about this invitation to participate can be directed to rob.farrow[@]open.ac.uk.
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