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Professionals from online schools, universities, colleges and other educational institutions decided at a meeting in Lillehammer 13 April 2019 to establish a Nordic network for flexible, open and online education. The network has around 70 members at the moment. The acronym of the network is NordFlexOn.


The main aim of the NordFlexOn network is to be a facilitator and promoter of inclusive, flexible, quality learning and teaching in the digital age in the Nordic countries, with a global outreach. The network aims to spread practice-based and research-based knowledge concerning flexible online learning and teaching nationally and internationally.

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