Innovation projects overview

Browse through all the innovation projects

  • Organising flexibility

    Innovation project - The student population is becoming increasingly diverse, and every student has their own preferences and wishes. Consequently, student-oriented education requires flexibility. SURF is developing tools for student mobility and educational logistics that institutions can use to make their education more flexible and offer students more choices.

  • Access to learning materials

    Innovation project - When students and lecturers can access a wide variety of learning materials anytime and anywhere, there are more opportunities for flexible education. SURF wants to ensure that students have online access and that lecturers can develop and share open educational resources together.

  • Education innovation with IT in practice

    Innovation project - Within the Education innovation with IT project, SURFnet is cooperating with institutions to study how we can use IT to give substance to customised education. What are success factors for organising education innovation, and which trends and technological possibilities can contribute to education innovation?

  • Digital assessment

    Innovation project - When students can access a wide variety of examination materials anytime and anywhere, there are more opportunities for them to benefit from flexible, personalised education. SURF wants to stimulate the development and sharing of examination material through joint test banks.

  • Learning analytics

    Innovation project - Education is increasingly taking place online, which means we can also collect more study data. Study data generated by a student during online learning can be converted into valuable information by using learning analytics. SURF allows educational institutions to experiment with learning analytics and gain experience in this field.

  • Online and blended education

    Innovation project - In collaboration with institutions, SURF investigates how online and blended learning can contribute to customised education, improved quality, accessibility and efficiency of education and higher graduation rates.