Control of the digital learning environment
What challenges do institutions face in organising the digital learning environment in such a way as to accommodate the wishes and requirements of students and lecturers?
- How do you form a vision of the digital learning environment?
- How do you organise a digital learning environment?
- What technology is required for a digital learning environment?
- What do you need to pay attention to when purchasing modules?
- How can you further develop the digital learning environment?
Sharing challenges within the community
Do you have questions about the digital learning environment or would you like to share your experiences? Get in touch with other experts within the special interest group (SIG) Digital learning and working environment and discover together what a flexible learning environment can look like in practice.
Organisation of the digital learning environment
Are you responsible for developing a vision for setting up a digital learning environment? Read more about our advice on how to form a vision.
Institutions shape the digital learning environment in various ways, with the educational vision being the starting point. As an institution, how do you translate the educational vision into the design of the digital learning environment?
A flexible learning environment requires new architectures in which integration and data exchange of individual components is a major challenge.
Procurement law often plays a role in the procurement of parts of the digital learning environment. Get information about when tendering is necessary, how a tender goes in outline and from which procedures an institution can choose.
A digital learning environment is never finished: it requires continuous attention for improvement. Various institutions show how they keep their digital learning environment up to date and what lessons they have learned.
Looking back Challenge day
Suppliers of the online Challenge day 2020 presented their vision on the learning environment of the future. The topics were studying at their own pace and show & share your data.
SURF has developed an LTI-launcher with which it is possible to start up LTI applications from multiple locations within the digital learning environment.
CopyRIGHT tool: copyright for digital learning materials well regulated
The CopyRIGHT tool provides insight into copyright when using and reusing digital learning materials.