Flexibility in education
Organising flexible(er) education requires the agility of an educational organisation. What challenges do institutions face?
- Setting up an educational organisation
- Presentation of educational offerings of own and other institutions
- Simple registration process with 1 identity
- Digital certificates for acquired knowledge and experience
What does flexible(er) education require from the educational organisation?
Organising education in a flexible way has a major impact on the organisation of educational logistics processes. If you start working with flexibility and as a result change the way you organise your education, this will automatically lead to adjustments in education logistics.
Sharing challenges within the community
Are you working on gaining insight into educational processes within your institution? Ask your questions and share your experiences within the special interest group (SIG) Educational Logistics and come up with solutions together with other experts.
Educational logistics for flexible education
Are you involved in the organisation of flexible education? Let yourself be inspired by 6 leading institutions that show how they shape the flexibilisation of education.
Educational offer from own and other institutions
Students must be able to orientate themselves and enrol in the courses offered by their own and other institutions. SURF is starting to develop an infrastructure to promote student mobility across educational and institutional boundaries.
Open Education API: the road to flexible education
The Open Education API is an open standard for sharing educational data. Through this API, institutions make useful information available via apps, for example, such as curriculum, grade and timetable information.
Follow minor studies at other colleges and universities with Kies Op Maat
Kies Op Maat offers a wide range of education from 27 universities of applied sciences and 4 universities. Students simply register for a minor or course at another educational institution.
Student mobility pilot with UU, TU/e and WUR
The UU, TU/e and WUR are participating in a pilot project within the Studentmobiliteit project of the zone Flexibilisation of the Acceleration Plan. They are experimenting with the exchange of educational supply data within SURF's infrastructure in order to promote student mobility across educational and institutional boundaries.
Unique student identity
1 digital student identity to support lifelong development
The ambition is that in the future, students will be able to use eduID - during and after their studies - to log in easily and securely to any educational institution in the Netherlands. To this end, SURF is developing a secure and reliable architecture, in close consultation with the institutions and important stakeholders such as the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and Studielink.
Gaining experience with eduID pilots
By 2020, we want institutions to be able to use EDUID for specific target groups: enrolments, 'outside' students and alumni. Do you have a challenge for which you would like to deploy eduID?
1 platform for digital certificates
Distribute edubadges digitally to students within a secure and reliable platform. Read what edubadges can do for you as an institution and for your students.
Starting with edubadges
If your institution is connected to the edubadges platform, you can immediately start issuing edubadges. Would you like to know what this involves? Then make use of the step-by-step plan.