A Principled Approach to Online Learning

As we plan for the new academic year, Cardiff – like most universities around the world – is facing a unprecedented change in the way our classes will be taught and the way our students will learn. The initial move online in March didn’t give staff or students any opportunity to prepare, and not much more to adjust, but now we are entering a new phase where we have opportunity to shape the design of courses based on proven methods of blended and online provision.

Underpinning all the work we are doing in the Digital Education programme are five principles that are effectively distilled from research about what makes for a successful online student experience:

Focus on quality not quantityKeep it simpleProvide clarity and structureFocus on what works onlineAccessibility

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