Three appendices are provided to the guidelines, which provide examples of modes of flexible delivery, their uses, advantages and disadvantages.
Appendix A: Examples of flexible delivery
Appendix B: Electronic interaction: choices in course design
Appendix C: Computer-assisted assessment
|Advantages and disadvantages of delivery tools section
Can incorporate a wide range of media
Can enable randomised selection from large question banks
Can provide immediate feedback
Enables automated marking
Allows tutor to incorporate hints into tes...
Allows a lecturer to communicate with all others such as a class through a single message
Identify the community: Is the list to be open or restricted? Is...
Possible uses/learning activities
Written interaction between learner and instructor
Students access at own rate
No special equipment required