A variety of sources provides us with a body of fairly reliable knowledge about adult learning. This knowledge might be divided into three basic divisions: things we know about adult learners and their motivation, things we know about designing curriculum for adults, and things we know about working with adults in the classroom.
Activities that were completed:· Establishing baseline data · Data on BME (employability) mentoring scheme (· The University adopted a high-level performance indicator on BME attainment as part of its Academic Strategy in December 2009, following suggestions made by the project team to Prof. Peter Bush, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Academic)· Funding to support the formation of “Padare” group and mentoring scheme for BME students on social work course
In recent years, Open Educational Resources (OER) have been widely promoted as a way of ensuring universal access to education, supporting social and economic development and intercultural dialogue. The 2012 Paris OER Declaration recommended that states foster awareness and use of OER and countries such as the Netherlands, US, and Brazil are developing national OER strategies and policies. However, uptake of OER has been slower than hoped; to realise their oft-articulated benefits requires a much better understanding than we have at present of the factors that influence the OER lifecycle.
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