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Open learning

Here are entered works on learning such as that provided by open universities and associated with courses flexibly designed to meet individual requirements, aimed at removing barriers that prevent attendance at more traditional courses.

See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere.

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  • Flexible learning
  • Flexistudy
  • Self-supported study
Filed under: Open learning Filed under: Open learning -- Research -- Periodicals

Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

Filed under: Adult education Filed under: Adult education -- Germany -- Periodicals Filed under: Christian education of adults -- Germany -- Periodicals Filed under: Adult education -- United States -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Adult education -- United States Filed under: Adult education and state -- United States Filed under: Non-formal education -- United States -- EvaluationFiled under: Non-formal education -- Technological innovations -- United StatesFiled under: Reading (Adult education) -- United StatesFiled under: Antigonish movementFiled under: Libraries and adult education Filed under: Popular education -- New England -- History -- 19th century Filed under: Self-culture Filed under: Self-culture -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Mnemonics Filed under: Mnemonics -- Early works to 1800Filed under: Music memorizing Filed under: Distance education Filed under: Distance education -- Computer-assisted instructionFiled under: Distance education -- Technological innovationsFiled under: Distance education -- United StatesFiled under: Web-based instruction

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