Encourage and support learning any time of day, in any location including in class, on campus, at home, in the workplace, on outings and in-transit.
Make learning more convenient, more accessible and more sensitive to learners’ individual needs and circumstances.
Enable instructors to maintain a supportive dialogue (synchronous and/or asynchronous) with learners regardless of location.
Enable instructors to provide differentiated learning activities to suit different learning styles or preferences and different ability levels.
Encourage and support both independent and collaborative learning.
Support revision and help learners who may have missed lessons to catch up.
Enable technological support for learning on campus (including classroom) instead of previous experiences, having to go elsewhere to use computers.
Help to overcome the digital divide between learners who have broadband access at home and those who do not.
Include formative assessment that is more enjoyable for learners than paper based activities
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