One Reply to “Proposition 6: Asynchronous, online, and flexible learning better reflect the lived realities of many ‘non-traditional’ students: hybrid can support the widening access agenda.”

  1. Yes, and this is important but the limitations some of our students who join us via non-traditional routes or who come on our Access programme can be limited by the availability of technology or decent wifi to facilitate their learning in synch and asynch contexts.

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