Today we celebrated the fifth year anniversary of the Delft Extension School. It is a good moment to look back at what we accomplished. You can look at the numbers as displayed in the graph above, but the impact has been much bigger for the university.
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EADTU has conducted a follow-up study on the first Changing Pedagogical Landscape report (published 2015). Based on qualitative research in various European countries, this report identifies patterns in policies and practices of new models of teaching…
Today I was invited to give a keynote presentation at the 9th international e-learning conference of the Thailand Cyber University in Bangkok. The theme of the conference is “MOOCs and beyond”.
ECAR does a yearly survey among undergraduate students about information technology. In October they published the results. ECAR collaborated with 157 institutions to collect responses from 13,451 faculty respondents across 7 countries about their…
Katy Jordan and Martin Weller have written an interesting beginner's guide to openness and education. It clearly shows the different ways of thinking about openness. The idea started with the conception that many have forgotten the past.
Hiring: As Learning Developer you will be part of a team creating advanced learning modules for open, online, and blended courses for learners, professionals, and students. You will have considerable experience designing and developing online and blended courses. In this role, you will partner with the academic staff to create outstanding courses. Your project management skills contribute to your success in this role as you will be responsible for managing multiple projects.
This week we published our online magazine about the Open & Online Education at TU Delft. The magazine gives a great overview of our activities and the impact it has had. Open Magazine Please leave a comment with your feedback on the magazine.
There are many technologies flooding the market that help foster innovative teaching and learning. These tools, such as learning management systems, lecture capture systems, simulation creators, authoring, and video and audio tools, have flooded into the classrooms and lecture halls of higher education. However, the inference that these innovative tools aid learning should not be immediately assumed. With faculties’ full work load, learning and implementing new and often complex tools to improve their online pedagogy isn’t a priority. In fact, as the needs and tools of institutions have evolved, instructional designers have positioned themselves as pivotal players in the design and delivery of learning experiences. Instructional designers exist to bridge the gap between faculty instruction and student online learning. But who, exactly, are instructional designers? What do they do? Where do they fit in higher education?
Last week EADTU published the report MOOCs in Europe. This report is an overview of papers representing a collective European response on MOOCs as presented during the HOME conference in Rome November 2015. This report is published as part of the project HOME - Higher education Online: MOOCs the European way.
Gisteren heeft SURFnet een verkenning gepubliceerd over regelgeving en aandachtspunten bij opschaling van open en online onderwijs. Deze verkenning is geschreven door mijn collega Marinke Sussenbach en Janina van Hees van SURFnet.