Guide to Developing Enabling Policies for Digital and Open Teaching and Learning



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This guide is designed to support the development of enabling institutional policies for digital and
open teaching and learning.

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Part I defines the concept of ‘enabling policies’ and outlines five steps for developing enabling policies for digital and open teaching and learning. Part II offers additional resources to support this process: case studies (Irish and international), a list of example policies for digital and open teaching and learning, and a list of references and other policy resources.

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