Online and blended education challenges
The quality of education gets a big boost if you combine the possibilities of online education with face-to-face education on campus. What challenges do you face if you want to introduce online and blended education?
- How do you realise online and blended education within your institution?
- How do you design blended education?
- How do your lecturers facilitate and support educational innovation?
- How do you involve students in online forms of education?
- How should you deal with the AVG in blended education?
At the Online Education Information Point (in Dutch) we share knowledge about online and blended education.
Or get in touch with the experts of our special interest groups (SIGs), all in Dutch.
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