On November 26, the Quality Issues working group within the Making education more flexible zone organized a network meeting “Flexible education within existing frameworks: challenges and solutions”. Here is a report.
Students must be able to register for courses at other institutions at the click of a button. That is one of the ambitions of the Flexible education zone. To achieve this ambition, the zone is currently working on the Student Mobility pilot. Read about it in this interview with teamleader Ulrike Wild.
The first digital meeting of the Flexible education zone took place on 17 April. In the midst of a pandemic, the team explored what COVID-19 does to us, both personally and professionally. The crisis temporarily slowed the zone down due to the extra work we all face, but it was nice to see and talk to everyone again.
The first year of the Acceleration Plan is over. In a series of interviews we look back on 2019 with the leaders of the zones. In this edition: Paul den Hertog (Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences) and Ulrike Wild (Wageningen University & Research), leaders of the zone Making education more flexible.
To celebrate the launch of the new Acceleration Plan website, we did a series of interviews with members of the Acceleration Plan about their experiences in higher education. Today a double interview with Nicole Will and Michiel de Jong.
To celebrate the launch of the new Acceleration Plan website, we did a series of interviews with members of the Acceleration Plan about their experiences in higher education. Today: Lucie Lolkema.
On 13 May 2019, 15 students took part in the feedback session organised by SURF and the acceleration zone Making education more flexible. The theme of the session was “making higher education more flexible”.