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That’s a wrap!

Neil Hughes summarises the learning for this week and explains next week's focus.
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This week, we have focused, for the most part, on course or programme level design. We have explored design frameworks, learner personas and discussed how we might use the idea of backward design.

Drawing inspiration from the Italian designer, Bruno Munari, we have also investigated the steps we can take to make our designs both more aesthetically pleasing and accessible. To this end, we have also looked at ways in which we can draw on practices common in distance learning to enhance our students’ experience of blended and hybrid learning.

What’s coming up on Blended and Hybrid Learning Design in Higher Education?

Next week, our last, we will be looking at the regulatory and institutional contexts within which we work and explore their implications for learning design.

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