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20th October, 2018
Flexible Learning, Professional Development and Quality Outcome @ CHE – Strategic Directions for 2019

Associate Dean Flexible & E-Learning, Dr. Valentine Hazelman took part in a professional development workshop for the School of Education in the College of Humanities & Education. The workshop took place over 2 days, from 19-20 October 2018 at the Tanoa International Hotel in Nadi. A significant outcome of the workshop was the identification of…Read More

16th October, 2018
FNU celebrates World Food Day

The Fiji National University (FNU) in conjunction with the Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts celebrated World Food Day this morning. The theme for the 2018 World Food Day is “Healthy Child Promising Future – Promoting Health in Primary School settings”. FNU’s Associate Professor and Program Coordinator in Dietetics and Nutrition at the College of…Read More

4th October, 2018
CFEL and CLTE commence ICT baseline survey

In collaboration with the Centre for Learning & Teaching Enhancement (CLTE), the Centre for Flexible & E-Learning (CFEL) under the Office of the Pro Vice Chancellor Learning & Teaching is proud to commence an FNU wide ICT baseline survey on students and staff ICT use.

31st August, 2018
Good Practice Workshops by CFEL in the North & West

In collaboration with the Dean of College of Humanities and Education, Dr. Eci Nabalarua, Associate Dean Flexible & E-Learning, Dr. Valentine Hazelman commenced a series of good practice workshops during the mid-semester break for teaching staff in the northern and western divisions. The workshops were held from 27-30 August, 2018. The content of the workshops focused on better…Read More

24th August, 2018
FEL Strategy 2018-2020 approved by Senate

The Flexible and E-Learning (FEL) Strategy 2018-2020 was approved by Senate on Thursday 24th August 2018. Along with the overarching Learning and Teaching and Training (LTT) Policy 2018-2020 and supporting Learning and Teaching Enhancement (LTE) Strategy 2018-2020, the FEL Strategy focuses on four key areas related to enhancing flexible learning. They are: 1. Quality assurance,…Read More