Adult Students in the Open University : Systematic Feedback and Continuous Development
Anttonen, S., Lehto, S., & Maunula, M. (2015). Adult Students in the Open University : Systematic Feedback and Continuous Development. In L. Chova, A. Martínez, & I. Torres (Eds.), ICERI 2015 Proceedings : 8th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Seville, Spain (pp. 5078-5081). IATED.
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The Open University is internationally significant adult educator. Open Universities have an important role as an enabler for continuous self-development for individual adult students. Also the Open University students' feedback is an important factor in continuous and systematic development. The Open University collects annually systematic feedback and reflections from academic adult students. The results of questionnaires are exploited in the continuous development and as part of the Open University Quality System.