Flexible education organisation
Students expect convenience and freedom of choice, to study what they want, in their own time, place and pace. As long as they study, but also in lifelong development. Institutions should offer flexibility where students ask for it, for instance making the education offer more flexible, facilitating student mobility and issuing digital certificates.
Hogeschool Leiden
Alexander Blanc

Alexander Blanc


Organising flexible education publications

Many institutions are shaping flexible education and there is a clear need to exchange knowledge. SURF wants to support institutions in making educational processes more transparent.

Educational logistics publications

Process plate Education

The process sheet Organising Education starts from the student's perspective. You can see which educational processes are connected, so that consequences of choices for organising processes become clear.

Working Guide Reference Model

The working guide to the Reference Model of Educational Logistics for Flexible Education describes the ideas and insights behind the Reference Model of Educational Logistics for Flexible Education. This model is a tool for mapping the educational logistics chain within the institution. It also provides guidance on how to achieve educational logistics that meet the requirements of flexible education.

Reference model for flexible educational logistics

The reference model for flexible educational logistics allows institutions to consider the impact of a more flexible curriculum on educational logistics.

Educational logistics model

The Education Logistics Model developed by The Education Logistics Special Interest Group, provides insight into education logistics. It makes visible the connection from educational development and planning to certification and evaluation. The model enables teachers, service providers, policymakers and management to enter the conversation about the meaning of educational logistics in the organisation. It also includes practical cases of its use within institutions and suggests follow-up steps.