Leverage your LMS to support Hyflex Learning Strategies Webinar

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Hello. Welcome everyone. That is coming into the room right now. We are just gonna give it a minute for people to come in. So if you wanna grab a cup of coffee or tea, you have, a minute to do that now. I'll see you back here in a minute's time.

Hello? From Melbourne, Australia. Hi, Julia. Good afternoon to you. Hello, Lewis from Malaysia. Alright.

I think the time now is twelve o one. So we're gonna kick start the webinar. Welcome again, everyone. My name is Ming, and I am a solutions engineer here in structure. I am based in Singapore.

Today, I'll be talking about high flex learning and how educators, such as yourself, can leverage your learning management system to support a high flex learning strategies. So a quick introduction of myself before we begin. I came from an educational background, very similar to many of you in this room right now. I started with teaching chemistry in GCSE classrooms and I did that for about four years before moving on to work on educational technology for Singapore Ministry of Education. Going on to today's topic, more than ever, students want courses that are sign to support personalized learning on the go access together with flexibility.

Now I'm showing a lot of number on these slides, and they are all taken from a study done by handover research documented in our state of student success and engagement in higher education twenty twenty three ebook. Now it's pretty mouthful, but, my colleague is just gonna drop that link where you can access this ebook in a sec. So if you wanna, you know, interested in some of these figures and the methodologies behind this research, feel free to go in and have a look. So from that research, we found three factors causing this shift in learner preference. First of all, two third of respondents here in APAC stated that they want to learn more skills in response to the changing job market and a rise in technology.

Also here in APAC, eighty five percent now that is a lot of respondents agree that LMS has caused a positive change in student engagement. And lastly, access to technology has the greatest impact on student success and engagement. But we know that we haven't solved the accessibility get for all learners. Now one of the silver linings coming out of the pandemic was the increase in accessibility delivered through technology. But we know that the technology and the education landscape out there will continue to evolve.

So it is crucial for us institutions to keep up with this change to cater to the evolving needs of today's learners. And this is where high flex learning option comes in. But first, let's dissect this word. What exactly is high flex learning? Now the word high flex is a combination of hybrid together with flexible. Now hybrid learning, many of us are familiar with that is the learning that integrates complimentary face to face.

Sometimes we call it a synchronous form of learning. Together with online asynchronous learning experiences. All students in a hybrid course are expected to undergo the same combination of online and in person activities. Whereas, high flex learning on the other hand, our students are given the choice on how they participate in the course and engage with course materials in the mode that is more suitable for them in the mode that works the best for them. So in high flex courses, students can choose from mainly three participation paths.

First of all, in person interaction, very similar to what we have been doing in our traditional classroom face to face synchronous sessions. The second one is similarly face to face sessions, but right now conducted virtually. So via video conferencing tools such as Zoom, such as Microsoft Team. This is also the path that many of us chose to take on when pandemic first hit. And lastly, fully asynchronous participation via a lending management system such as Canvas.

So what this means is that a high flex learning option will make class meetings and materials available to all students so that all of them whether they are accessing it online in person during or after class they have access to all of these materials. And all students regardless of the path that they are choosing to take, the path that is most due to suitable for them can achieve the same learning objectives. Now if you have a search online, there are probably many core values that inform high flex courses. But for me, I have categorized them into four main themes. The first one over here is on learners choice.

Now high flex courses provide alternative participation modes just like what we've discussed just now that are meaningful allowing students to choose the mode of engagement that works the best for them. The next one here is on equivalency. Now all of these modes, they might not be equal, but they do at the end of the day provide equivalent learning outcomes. So all students are expected to reflect to contribute to developing ideas, to interact with their peers in the process of learning. The next one here, reusability.

So artifacts from learning activities in each mode can be captured and reused in other modes. This is where we're really talking about that efficiency in, creating that learning experience. A very quick example over here, What we're doing here, this webinar here is recorded. The discussion notes that q and a that will be happening late that will happen later will be recorded as well and uploaded on our website later on. So that future audiences or audience who can't attend today's session live in person can then refer back the same set of materials asynchronously and watch at their own pace.

So that is on reusability. Next one on accessibility, all students should be equipped with the technological resources and skills to equally access all participation modes. So now with those four themes in mind and with I Flex Learning defined, I am gonna go into my instructor Learning platform environment to run through a product demonstration revolving around these four themes. And if you do have any questions in the meantime, feel free to pop them in the Q and A session. And we will dedicate some time at the end of the session to, to to address those.

So I know that some of us here are already familiar with Canvas, but for the benefit of many of us who are seeing Canvas for the first time, am gonna start with a very quick orientation of the dashboard before going into a different ways that we support high flex lending strategies. And throughout the demonstration to cater to the wide variety of audiences that we have over here, I'm gonna use the term instructors and teachers learners and as well as learners and students interchangeably. So starting from the dashboard, this is the first thing that we will see upon logging into this. For the demonstration here right now, I am doing it from the perspective of Chelsea who holds the role of an instructor. Upon logging into Canvas, on the left hand side, this is what we see.

It is called the global navigation bar that allows us to easily access several features within Canvas with minimal number of clicks. Right here in the middle, these are course not representing the courses that Chelsea is teaching or perhaps enrolled to as a user, perhaps for us, professional development. On the right hand side, this is a to do list aggregated with things that Chelsea needs to go in and complete from an instructor's perspective. So this can be assignments that needs to be graded, feedback that needs to be delivered, etcetera. Quickly swiping my screen across to looking from Aisha's perspective, and Aisha here holds the role of a student.

We are seeing a pretty much similar interface. The courses over here now represents the courses that Ayesha is enrolled to us. Student together with all her to do list on the right hand side assignments that she needs to go in and complete. We can also change this into what we call a plan that view where, users are able to view all of their to do by date. This is also where students can come in and add any personal learning items or reminders to this list, which empowers our learners to take charge of their own learning and manage all of these learning activities in one place.

Clicking on to any one of this course card brings learner directly to a course home page, which instructors can design in our way they want it to be to introduce learners to a canvas course. So I'm just gonna go ahead and go into the first element within this course. A very simple welcome to the course page, build up with a bunch of text, hyperlinks that bring my learners to different resources. But while we're on this simple page, I would like to bring your attention to the right hand side on this immersive reader. Now this is not something that we have built.

This leverages Microsoft's immersive reader, which has a screen reader capability. If I press play at the bottom over here, this will read out welcome to the course back on my headphones. Not do that now. But immersive reader enhances the user's reading experience by improving accessibility, and boosting reading comprehension. For example, we can change the speed that the, of tech to speech playback changing it to a female or male voice.

Beyond that, we can also, change the size of a text or reading it in a dark mode, which I personally like it very much. Speaking on reading comprehension, we can also break down each word by syllabus highlighting different parts of the speech, particularly useful for some of our learners who may need additional support in their reading. Or even go in and highlight or focus online reading whether that is by a few lines or just a specific line. Now here comes my favorite part. Now we know that in high flex learning offer many institutions offering high flex learning options, We do have learners coming from different geographical locations who may not be English, native English speakers.

So this is where you can translate the document into another language, for example, into Chinese over here. Right now, I'm translating it word by word. But I can also come in and translate the entire document into Chinese. So if I now press play again, this will read out the entire document by in Chinese to me. So again, this is definitely not something that we have built, but because of our position in the market of instructors leading position in the and together with our strong partnership, with companies like Microsoft, we have included this tool as part of platform.

And we are providing it free of charge to all of our customers. So it is a perfect tool to not just boost accessibility but also reusability of the content where we can reuse the same piece of content and now catering to a larger audience who may be more comfortable speaking. Another language. Now we while we're on a topic of accessibility, I am switching back to looking from Chelsea, the instructor's perspective. All of the content that you saw just now on that page was built with our reach content editor, which is what you see is what you get content editor.

On the left hand side, these are some of the text editing tools that many of us are familiar with, such as changing the colors of a text, inserting a table, etcetera. Towards the right hand side, this is where things gets more interesting. For example, I can start pulling up my webcam and start recording of a video of myself, speaking back to the camera so that in addition to all the text that I have on this page, I'm also providing an auditory and visual mode of content delivering, catering to larger audiences, and at the same time giving my learners the autonomy the choice to decide on how they learn best. And that is the, embracing that whole idea on high flex learning. As I was building the content just now, you may have already notice this little bubble popping up over here.

So this is our built in accessibility checker. Which actively verifies the content as I am building them for accessibility errors and any issues. And if there is any issue or any accessibility issue that arises, for example, just one over here, yellow text on white background, clearly not accessible. This checker then provides a user friendly way of, explaining it to get away with a step by step instructions on how you can fix the error. For example, a cable missing a caption.

I'm now gonna save that. Just gonna continue to the next part of the course. Now all your learner have to do to navigate from course content is by pressing this next and previous buttons at the bottom. Very straightforward. The next element that I'm showing you over here is when we do talk about high flex learning, one key mode of learning is leveraging video as a learning tool.

So what I'm showing you over here is our way of turning one way passive video into active, collaborative, and, effective learning experience. Now I encourage you to reflect upon your own experience of leveraging video as a learning tool. So traditionally, I used to be a teacher as well. When we do talk about video as a learning tool, it almost always takes the form of me being a teacher, throwing that video at my students and say, hey, Please go and watch that. Now I use the word throw here, not because I'm physically throwing that video at you.

But rather, if you do think about if you do reflect upon the whole process of using video in our instructional design. It is pretty one directional. There's almost zero happening between me and my students from the moment when I give them that video to them actually watching the video, taking in the very knowledge that I'm trying to impart. So this is how we do it differently. As learners are watching the video, they can come in and comment on any part of the video.

Whether that is expressing their views, sharing their thoughts, or starting a discussion. Users can also come in and easily reply to any one of that common well, making learning a lot more interactive and a lot more collaborative, a lot more engaging. And this is what I mean by we're turning content into conversations. Now while video as a learning tool is the perfect vehicle to liver this kind of asynchronous learning. One struggle I had back when I was teaching, when I do gave my students that video to watch when they're back at home is I have no idea whether they have watched the video.

Or, you know, when they're back at home, if they have watched it all the way, have they drop our pathway, I basically have no clue on that. So this is where at the back end of all of these videos, we track this data in the form of insights. Where we can see the number of unique viewers together with the number of place for this particular video or even dive into individual learners who has watched which part of the video, where did they drop off, where did they watch, so that teachers or lecturers or instructional designers can leverage all of these powerful data to help inform your subsequent teaching instructions. Now we know that when it comes to high flex learning, ensuring accessible learning content is crucial. So for all of these videos, we are providing captioning capability.

Let's say I know that this video I have over here is spoken in English, I can now request or tell my system that to go ahead and, generate a caption file that is in English. I can review that And it does a pretty good job with up to eighty five percent accuracy. But if there is something that is, you know, wrongly being transcripted, I can come in and change that before publishing it so that my learners will have the option now to toggle the subtitles on and together with other options such as the size of the, captions and having that inverted colors or having that appear on top or below. And therefore, this, highly increases the accessibility of the content. And, I think previously we've spoken about how one of the modes of high flex learning is synchronous lectures.

So this is where we integrate with the party video conferencing tools such as Zoom, such as Microsoft Team, leveraging the LTI framework, LTI stands for learning tool interoperability, which is a global at tech standards that allows all of these third party tools to seamlessly integrated within a learning management system such as Canvas so that you can access all of these tools within one central location. And what this means is that you can schedule a Zoom lecture directly within Canvas. And we also have a seamless integration with Zoom such that all of your Zoom recordings be automatically synced to your Canvas Studio Library, which is a place that displays all of your media files and collections. So one typical u one typical use case that we see across many customers is that they will begin by having the synchronous sessions and then record that on Zoom. These recordings because they are automatically synced to your Studio Library, instructors can then put them in your Canvas courses and have your lectures watch them asynchronously at their own pace.

And at the same time, like what we've shown just now, instructors can also track those powerful watch analytics. And if you do wanna recap on any of the key concepts that you have covered, you can also quickly and to create a formative, quiz and attach questions to that. So I think this goes back to the same theme on reusability. The same piece of content can be reused and repurposed to suit different learning styles and different learning needs. Now back when I was teaching, when I student environment classroom, seeing forty students, I know that each one of them had different learning, abilities.

They all had their different strengths and different weaknesses. But in the classroom setting, it was very hard or it almost impossible for me to address all of these different learning needs. So here's how we do that on Canvas, leveraging mastery paths. Master paths is our way of providing differentiated instructions to learners based on their performance in a previous assessment. Now I know that it's pretty mouthful a lot of words, so I'm just gonna explain how that works.

Let's say I'm giving my students this test your knowledge on creative engineering quiz that is out of twenty points. My learners who are still struggling with the concept now scoring between zero to eight points. Upon finishing that quiz, they will all be automatically directed to these four pieces of resources that I set up with them. My middle tier learners who are scoring between eight and fourteen points, we know, you know, they somewhat grasp the concept, but are still not quite there yet. This is where they can come in and look at these three pieces of resources that I've designed.

I'm a highest ability learners who have mastered the concept that can just come in and look at either one of these two. And all of this logic and all can be toggled, between one another just with one click of a button, very straightforward. So by leveraging mastery path, we are giving our educators the autonomy to determine which group of learners have mastered the skill and which group requires additional support, thereby guiding them to their personalized learning pathways. And this is another place that we talk about this whole student centric education experience. Because experience tells us that if, let's say I am not doing well in this case of quiz, giving me the same quiz over and over again, it's probably gonna be very helpful because what I now need is different resources or resources presented in different ways.

And Masterry Power does exactly just that. Now with the rapid changes in job markets and technology, there is a growing demand for upstilling and rescaling. So in response to that, we see many of our institutions, offering micro credentials a concept that I will talk about in just a few minutes. These courses are usually self enrolled and self paced. So this is how we support that on Canvas, leveraging course pacing.

Course pacing supports instructors with courses that have staggered start date or rolling enrollments that require differentiated due dates based on when the students have started. Again, there's a lot of words. I am gonna explain that works. For example, for this creative engineering course, I have nineteen pieces of assignment in total. I can come into course pacing and define a pace or the average speed, average time taken that my students need to complete each pieces of assignment.

So overall, to complete the nineteen pieces of assignment, on average, it take it would take students about ten weeks. So that depending on where my learner is enrolled into the course, they will see differentiated due dates for each pieces of assignments. Now if you are an educator like myself, you probably have a question by now. What if some of my learners require additional support? What if they need more time to complete these pieces of assignment. Or what about some of my fast learners who links less time than others? And you are absolutely right.

So this is where we can further differentiate these pays by having or by setting an individualized pays for different groups of learners. For example, marking group one or even in, drilling down into individual learners, for example, Ayesha in this case may, need to make any additional support, or in this case, she is able to complete assignment much more quickly than artist. So course pacing is really our way of providing that individual pace for this group of students, allowing everyone to progress at their own pace, tailoring the education experience to the unique needs and abilities so that none of our students, no one is left behind. Next, I think we can all agree that our students are on their mobile phones all the time. I mean, why wouldn't they be? Right? Mobile phones have become such an integral part of our daily lives that it is no longer just this communication tools.

Just think about when was the last time you did something like banking on your laptop. I know for sure I can't remember mine because I do everything using my mobile apps. So with more than ninety nine and of our higher education students owning a mobile device, having a robust elements mobile app is no longer a good to have, but rather a must have. Canvas has a suite of mobile apps available on both iOS and Android devices for our students. Teachers as well as parents.

This is me on my iPad, iPad going into the student mobile app. I can see all of the courses that I'm enrolled in, same as the ones that I saw on my dashboard, just now on the laptop. And full visibility into my Canvas calendar as well as to do list, allowing me as a student to stay up to date and focus on the most imminent task right up front. Tapping into any one of these courses brings me directly to the course homepage similar to the workflow that we did just now, where at one glance, I am able to see all the modular items as well as the resources where I can easily navigate from one course element to the nay to the next one leveraging all of the the same buttons, next and previous buttons at the bottom. So the same content, but now it's being, optimized for my mobile device.

What having access on your mobile devices mean is that now your students have the flexibility to access all of the course materials participate in discussions, submit a online assign, view grades, through all of these things anywhere and anywhere or in the palm of their hands. And this flexibility is essential for our high flex who may need to switch between in person and online mode of, learning based on their schedules or preferences allowing them to seamlessly transition between these different learning modalities without interrupting their learning experience. Now I'm gonna go into a discussion over here. Now this mobile apps now facilitate the communication between instructors and students while they're on the go, enabling high flex learners to ask questions, seek clarifications, and participate in discussions regardless of their location, And because I'm on my mobile device, I can also leverage some of these native features such as speech to text detection to further simplify my learning experience. So all of these experience, this interaction helps to maintain that engagement and force of community among all of the learners, whether they are attending, the classes in person or online.

A few minutes back, you may recall, I presented Microsoft immersive reader. We showcase not just the deep integration between Canvas and my Microsoft at a tool level, but also the strong partnership between two enterprise companies. So what I'm about to show you is in the place that the two work together to provide extra convenience for our learners. Let's say I'm working on my assignment on my Microsoft work app instead of saving that on OneDrive and then going into the Canvas app and then uploading it there as part of an online, assignment submissions. I can submit this piece of document directly within the Microsoft Word app.

So for example, choosing the course that I wanna submit it to, together with a piece of assignment. And there you go, you get a usual confetti to celebrate a submission access. Success. So just think about the time and effort saved for every one of your learners. And this is just one of the many places that we provide.

That students centric lending experience. Going back to my Canvas mobile app, can also view the submission, success notifications here in APAC, like, many other place around the world. We do have a diverse landscape when it comes to accessing reliable internet. Even here in Singapore where I'm based, I have plenty of data to go around every month. But I'll probably still think twice if I were to download that huge pdf or watch the hour long video on YouTube.

So we never wanna leave our students in a situation where they're trying to access the course materials, but they just can't do that because they don't have a stable WiFi or internet connection. This is just like leaving your physical textbook in school. And when you go back home, you can't revise, not a good learning experience. So just recently, we have introduced a seamless intuitive and secure offline mode for our student mobile app. Which enables learners to consume all of these learning content regardless of where you are.

So we give learners the full flexibility and economy to select the static content that they want to be downloaded to their mobile devices. Giving them the autonomy to decide the modality and when they want to consume this content. So we believe that this would help to improve the convenience and accessibility of learning, which will lead to better experience for all regardless of the circumstance. Once that is loaded, this is where I can turn off my WiFi perhaps go into one of the, courses that I have. That I have downloaded over here.

Just if me upset because I realized that my, iPad is not syncing correctly. Well, one dot com site, I will show you that. So you will be able. So if you are already a Canvas customer, you can contact your CSM to have that activated for you so that you can already enable mobile, offline for all of your students. So we've alluded to microcredit shows briefly a couple minutes back.

And as your institutions are looking to offer a high flex learning opportunities, we must also ensure that our offerings, equipping our learners with the necessary skills and competencies and credentials to take them to to take the education or to take the career to the next level. And this is exactly what we found from our research. If you could recall back, the very first point that we showed, learners want to, learn more skills to keep up with the changing job market, to keep up with that rising technology. So here is how you can award your learners with verifiable credentials upon completing elements within your courses. So once your students have, completed the elements that you have set up in the course, for example, completing a module or scoring certain advantage in a assignment or a quiz, they can be automatically awarded a digital badge.

Now these digital badges, they are not pretty image like a PNG or J type files that I'm I've uploaded over here, but rather all of them comply with the open badges standard. Which is a global attack format for these digital badges that make them verifiable portable as well as packed with a bunch of information about skills and achievement. So at the back of each one of these open badges, They are they have all of these metadata such as batch criteria, batch description, the expiration date, the issue date, etcetera. So let's say I have done dispatch on product and system design, and I have shared my achievement on my professional social network such linkedin. The audience receives dispatch who could be my potential employer will be able to verify that I have indeed completed all of the criteria specified, in order to dispatch, and I am indeed the correct recipient for these credentials.

And that is the meaning of verifiable. Now SEO learners are building up their skills, attaining more credentials, We can also take their learning experience to the next level by stacking these badges into what we call a pathway I am just gonna open that in another window so that all of us can have a clearer look at it. I like to think of pathways as this road map that we view our learners to guide them through the program that we have designed to showcase their skills progressions, towards obtaining that final meaningful outcome. So, typically, a learner will start from the left and work through all of the steps that you have set up for them. Similarly, similar to your Canvas course set up.

You can also set up requirements and prerequisites For example, in order to obtain that final creative engineering Superbatch, my learners will have to have the three trophies in their backpack first. And in order to obtain that bronze trophy, they will need to have some badges first before moving on to the silver trophy before moving on to the gold trophy. And this budget can very well be aligned to a skill or a competency. For example, communication skills over here where Malena has to complete a module asynchronously on Canvas together with, delivering of a presentation. And this can be done asynchronously in person or virtually.

Again, giving them the choice on what is more suitable for fully embracing the idea of a high flex learning. Now for many of our, customers who are in partnership with other organizations or institutions, You can also set up these pathways to incorporate courses and modules from these partners so that students can get access to a wide variety of courses and activities, which will give them more opportunities to explore and discover more options for their future. Now that was a very quick demonstration on how we, can support and facilitate high flight learning revolving around the four themes on learner choice, equivalency, reusability as well as accessibility. And trust me, there are so much more that I do wanna show you. But for the time being, I know you have many questions.

So I'm gonna leave a couple of minutes now to answer any burning questions that, you may have. I am reading up first question from lay Leon, who can access the data analytics on viewing video analytics, for instance? Teachers or only instructor designers, learning experience designers. So anyone with the teaching, with the the root permission will be able to access it. So it is completely up to you to determine whether that is teachers or instructional designers all administrators. Can you okay.

One question from Dana Shree. Can you please explain the mastery path one more time? I think this Thank you for that. I think this is my perfect opportunity to bring you to, usually, when I can't find, you know, when I don't know the answer to these things, I would just put up my Google Chrome and start searching for that mastery pops. And most of the time, it will bring me directly to our resources from the Instructure Community, which is a community page we set up for live minded educators just like yourself to ask your questions, have your questions answered, and also providing a guide for all of the features and tools that you are seeing over here. So as you saw just now, all I did was the search, and I am gonna drop that just in the chat here so that you can have a better read, after this session.

Thank you for the question. There is one from Carly on in the chat. I missed one of the four. So I'm assuming that you are talking about the themes that I went through so that it's learner Choice, equivalency, reusability, and accessibility. From Leander animated confetti navigates.

I would absolutely agree. I love it. Labaging mastery path from the end. Yes. I I really love it.

Yeah. Like I said, just now, it was one of the struggle I had back on our teaching as well. You know, with so many students in the room, everyone had different learning needs. It was very hard for me to address that in, in a classroom setting. So AstroPath is a great tool for that.

There's one question in the comment who is the sales rep for Canvas in India. So that will be Walia, Streeder, we will get Walya to reach out to you. Yep. If you can I I think we have york on and your email as well from their registration? So we'll definitely get audio to reach out to you. There's one question from Lucy on our RCE reach content editor.

It looked like a blog editor. If you could just explain what Do you mean by blog editor or which button you were referring to? Yeah, I'll be happy to show you how that works. One more on, Luis, any AI assistant that can help to address the learners question instantly through chatting. Right? So, I think Good good that you brought up AI. I think it's one of the topics that many of us are, hearing a lot, especially in the education landscape, these days.

So, first of all, I would like to say that in structure, we have been taking opportunity over the last twelve to eighteen months to really connect with our customers listening to their co apprehensions and their hopes for this technology and consider how we might leverage it, to improve the teaching and learning for everyone. Because at the end of the day, we want to implement tools to help our teaching and learning experiences. So we're not gonna, or sorry, go to backtrack. We believe that the use of AI needs to meet three criteria area before we implement any one of them. Firstly, AI is not gonna be a tool that we're gonna apply to any thing and everything.

We are gonna be solely focused on. Like I've mentioned just now, those that only serve our teachers and students and be very intentional. Secondly, it needs to be safe. We need to start by protecting, our student and institutional data. And finally, making sure that everyone has access to it, and it also goes back to the whole idea on equivalency, the thing that I was talking about just now.

So if you do wanna have, more insights into what we are working on at the moment. Let me just pull up this quickly and show you you can go into our product road map, just go into road map dot instructure dot com, which you will have full visibility of what is coming up in the next quarter, in the next two quarters, and also in the year's time and beyond going into AI tools. So this is what we're currently working on and, intended to deliver. Hope that address your question. Right.

Lucy, thank you for clarifying. It's a button with little shapes and a plus sign. Let me just go back to my editor and have a look. I believe that is our icon maker. Here.

So this is where you can create icons. Directly within our rich content editor. There you go. You can choose I I believe there are certain, preset images you can also upload your own image. Just read, has this been used in the corporate environment? Yes.

We do have some customers from, corporate, organizations. So if, you know, we will we do have your details and we'll get our sales rep to reach out to you. Lee, and are you able to share your screen again with four key benefits of high flex. We will be sharing the slides to get, after this session as well. But just quickly Here you go.

So you will have access to the recordings to get away with the slide deck after the session. Thank you, Lucy, as well. Just reading through the chat. Yep. Alicia has just dropped, some resources for you as well.

So feel free to have a look. We have another webinar. I think this is what Alicia has just mentioned as well. Coming up on March the fourteenth, focusing on mobile learning. So feel free to sign up for that as well.

Alright. We will give it one more minute. If you do have any button questions, ask away. Thank you, Julian. Hope that was helpful.

From Vivic. I joined a little late due to different time zone. Could you send a link to the off the platform? So, yes, we've had as mentioned in the chat, all of these and the recordings of today's session will be made available after this session so that you can have a look after. No worries. Thank you.

Cool. I think with that, we will and today's session. Hope everyone have a good day ahead. Thank you. I'll see you again soon.

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