Inclusive Teaching is Flexible

Image showing the different ways one can learn online: via an e-portfolio, personal learning environments and massive open online courses
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Providing a flexible learning environment both in terms of the physical space and in the applications of digital technology is important for inclusive teaching. 

Distance learning is a way of enabling students to benefit from a Goldsmiths education even if they are unable to physically come to campus whether that is because they are not in the UK or because they have family, work or financial constraints.

Blended learning helps students use technology for their learning individually and also as part of a learning community.  Our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) at Goldsmiths is (pronounced “learn gold”) and is based on open-source software called Moodle. Please email talic(at) to see how you can use for inclusive teaching.