FLANZ 2018 Conference

 

Date: 9 April to 11 April 2018
Location: Massey University,Palmerston North

FLANZ Submission to the Productivity Commission inquiry

 

The New Zealand Productivity Commission inquiry into 21st century learning futures has provided some interesting insights into provider’s positions on digital learning technologies.

Read more about the Productivity Commission inquiry and read the sector submissions here.

Latest Issue of JOFDL

 

 

The Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning publishes articles from around the world relating to primary research investigations, literature reviews, the application of open education innovations, and experiences of blended learning as well as teaching at a distance in any sector of education or training. Theoretical and empirically based research articles as well as case studies of practice and book reviews are invited for submission. ISSN: Print 1179-7665; Online 1179-7673

Who We Are

 

Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand (FLANZ), formally known as DEANZ, is a national association committed to fostering growth, development, research and good practice in distance education, open learning and flexible delivery systems for education.

 

FLANZ members are committed to making ako accessible for all. What makes us unique is our focus on understanding and improving the ways technologies are used to provide effective education when teachers and learners are separated by space or time. These separations are characteristic of distance, online and blended learning, and in open and flexible education settings. We have expertise across the spectrum of educational activities, and we apply this expertise to advocate for the field, support members, and provide advice when requested.

 

FLANZ News

Introducing our Keynote speakers

FLANZ2018 has secured a fantastic selection of world class speakers. FLANZ2018 has secured a fantastic selection of world class speakers.  Over the coming weeks we will introduce them to you. Our line up includes: - Professor Siân Bayne - Professor George Siemens -...

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Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand

Membership Benefits

Access to a knowledge base

FLANZ members have access to a broad range of curated resources, articles and research pertaining to open, flexible and distance education. This includes the regular FLANZ newsletter to members, postings on the FLANZ blog, and the FLANZ journal. In addition, FLANZ has a number of affiliations with professional organisations in other countries, adding to the breadth of the knowledge base available to FLANZ members.

Access to expertise

Members of FLANZ represent many of New Zealand’s nationally and internationally recognised leaders in open, flexible and distance education. As a FLANZ member you will become a part of the FLANZ community of practice, and be able to benefit from the experience and expertise of these members.

Recognition

Through the work of its members and executive, FLANZ is recognised nationally for its work in open, flexible and distance learning. Membership of FLANZ creates opportunities to become active in these areas, and benefit from the profile gained.

Influence

FLANZ is represented through its members  on a number of working groups and is often invited to advise on government policy and other initiatives. As a professional organisation, FLANZ is able to represent a wide variety of those working in the sector, and be active in promoting effective practice in open, flexible and distance learning.

Collaboration

FLANZ provides an ideal context for building collaboration among a diverse group of people working in the open, flexible and distance learning area. As a strong promoter of networked education and the networked learner, FLANZ models collaborative approaches in all of its activity, including opportunities for collaborative projects between and among members.

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