Yesterday I wrote about the ambiguous times for online learning. I received a lot of positive feedback on it. During the day my former team of Teaching & Learning Services has been working on a quick guide for our TU Delft lecturers. The page offers…
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This week the Executive Board has appointed me as the new Executive Director of the Delft Extension School per the 1st of January 2020. I’m delighted with this appointment and looking forward to lead the Extension School into a new phase.
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.
Last Thursday was the official opening of the new education building Pulse at TU Delft. This building is a state-of-the-art teaching building to facilitate the growing number of students on campus. Blended and active learning There are no traditional…
Last month Class Central published an article about MOOCs that focus on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Last week I talked to Dhawal Shah of Class Central and told that we had many more courses that focus on the SDGs.
A little over a week ago the Open Education Global Conference 2018 was finished. More than a year we have been preparing for this conference. The conference was a blast: everything went according to plan or better!
The report, authored by Ruth Graham, is a global review of cutting-edge practice in engineering education. It is informed by interviews with 178 thought leaders with knowledge of and experience with world-leading engineering programs, combined with case studies from four different universities. The report paints a rich picture of successful innovation in engineering education as well as some of its opportunities and challenges.
Last Friday at the 176th Dies Natalis (foundation day) of the TU Delft the new strategic framework 2018-2024 was presented. The structure of the framework is based on two dimensions. First, the breakdown of the university’s core operations into four…
Last year (it sounds long ago) the TU Delft approved our new educational vision: This document contains Delft University of Technology’s vision on education. It describes our educational goals and quality ambitions, and states directions for further development of our educational portfolio and our way of teaching and learning.
Recently the TU Delft Executive Board approved a policy document on learning analytics. This policy document is about learning analytics at TU Delft and is comprised of a vision on the topic, a policy framework with directional statements, and an overview of recommended next steps for the introduction of learning analytics at TU Delft.