Webinars from the Community Online Education

28 April 2020 Acceleration Plan

Webinars Community Online Education

Since the start of the Community Online Education on the SURF communities site, we have been organising a webinar every week on a topic within online education. We organise these webinars in collaboration with the ComeniusNetwork, SURF, and ECIO. The webinars are about various topics within online education. Below you’ll find an overview of the webinars with links to the reports and recordings.

Webinar ‘How do we move our education online?’ – March 18

On 18 March, at the very start of the transition to online education, the SIG Media & Education organised its first webinar about organising online education. Led by Zac Woolfit (Inholland), Hilke van Nassau (Tilburg University), Erik Boon (VU Amsterdam) and Jantine te Molder (Saxion University of Applied Sciences) gave viewers tips on how to move their education from physical classes to online classes.

You can read the report here (Dutch).

Webinar ‘Online proctoring’ – March 27

On 27 March, the SIG Digital Assessment and SURF organised a webinar to share experiences on online proctoring as a solution for remote summative assessment. 135 people participated in the webinar.

In this report (Dutch) you can read the most important developments around online proctoring at the moment.

Webinar ‘Interaction with students’ – April 3

On 3 April, the ComeniusNetwork, the Acceleration Plan, and SURF organised a webinar about interaction with students. How do you do make sure students are logging on from home and participate in your class? Greg Alpar (Open University), Iwan Wopereis (Open University), Renée Filius (Utrecht University), Janneke Louwerse (Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences) and Jolanda van Til (Deltion College) answered this question.

You can find the review here (Dutch).

Webinar ‘Online proctoring’ – April 3

On 3 April, the SIG Digital Assessment organised a second webinar in collaboration with SURF, following the webinar on March 27, to share experiences on online proctoring. More than a hundred people took part. During this webinar, three providers of online proctoring took the stage: RPnow, ProctorExam, and Proctorio, but first, we kicked off with a Q&A with a panel of experts from institutions.

You can read the report here (Dutch).

Webinar ‘How do we support lecturers in times of crisis?’ – April 9

On 9 April, the Acceleration Plan, SURF, and the ComeniusNetwork organised another webinar about online education. This time on the support of lecturers in times of crisis. Speakers were Jaap Mulder (University of Groningen), Ilja Boor (University of Amsterdam),  and Ronald Spruit (Avans University of Applied Sciences).

You can read a review here (Dutch).

Webinar ‘Alternative forms of assessment’ – April 17

Online proctoring remains a hot topic and during this webinar we looked at alternative test formats for the final test. The guest speakers were: Sharon Klinkenberg (University of Amsterdam, SIG Digital Assessment), Anne Potters (Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences), and Jane Groenendijk (Prove2Move).

You can read the report here (Dutch).

Webinar ‘Using digital educational resources from others’ – April 24

The webinar ‘Using digital educational material from others’ was scheduled for Friday, April 24. Unfortunately, due to technical challenges, a large number of participants couldn’t log on. The webinar was therefore repeated on 9 June. An extensive report has been published, and can be found here (Dutch).

Webinar ‘Peer feedback’ – May 8

When students provide feedback on the work of fellow students, we refer to it as peer feedback. Peer feedback is easily organised online, so it is extremely suitable for this time. But how do you organise peer feedback properly? In this webinar,ed we explained the principles of peer feedback, showed some examples, and gave some tips and tricks.

Read the report (Dutch) here.

On the Community Online Education you will find all previous and upcoming webinars with information about the topics, speakers, and the reports.

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