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Reaching new target groups through open and online education
van Keeken, Paul · Filius, Renée · Wild, Ulrike · van der Woert, Nicolai · Baas, Marjon

PublishedNovember 2015
PeriodicalPages 27-33
PublisherSURFnet
EditorsBaas, Marjon · van Hees, Janina · Jacobi, Ria · Schuwer, Robert · Ouwehand, Martijn · de Vries, Fred · van der Woert, Nicolai
CountryNetherlands

ABSTRACT
Open and online education can be effectively applied to ‘new’ target groups in both the undergraduate and postgraduate segments. Amongst other resources, these target groups require tailored, flexible education formats, individual learning pathways, more accessible lifelong learning programmes and the opportunity to keep abreast of rapidly developing fields. This article describes institutions’ efforts to adapt to these developments on the basis of one case study from the higher professional education sector, and two case studies on education at research universities.

Keywords accessibility · Deep Learning · higher education ·  · online open education

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