About the organisation

The Open University, established by Royal Charter on 23 April 1969 is the leading university of flexible, innovative teaching and world-leading research in the United Kingdom and in 157 countries worldwide. Uniquely placed to understand the needs of part time students, combining their learning while earning the Open Universities innovative, award-winning distance teaching credentials have seen over 2 million students receive an education. The Open University’s mission is to be open to people, places, methods and ideas. They promote educational opportunity and social justice by providing high-quality university education to all who wish to realise their ambitions and fulfil their potential. Through academic research, pedagogic innovation and collaborative partnership, The Open University seeks to be a world leader in the design, content and delivery of supported open learning.

Role in the project

The Open University is responsible for work package 5 which aims to create guidelines for the recognition of SLPs and make recommendations for their integration into appropriate frameworks at European and national levels.

Team members

  • Dr. Liz Marr (manager/WP leader)

  • Clare Dunn (researcher)

  • Caroline McCrohan (financial officer)

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