Best of both worlds: adding online experiences to on-campus education
- 31 January 2019
Can online learning strengthen your teaching practice? Find answers at the Leiden University symposium “Best of both worlds: adding online experiences to on-campus education".
Over 15 best practices presented
Over 15 colleagues from all Leiden University faculties will share and discuss their experiences with you. How do online modules contribute to their teaching? Which impact does it have on students’ learning? What does it take? And where can you find support and expertise within Leiden University?
Choose from these breakout sessions, which will each be presented by 3 speakers:
- Enrich your campus teaching with parts of MOOCs
- Use online modules/courses for a personalised learning experience
- Use online modules to teach skills
- Use online lessons to free up face2face time for active learning (flipping)
- Prepare students with online learning for an internship, a master, or a thesis
- Recruit the students you aim for with online learning
Keynote: 'The changing nature of higher education in the digital age'
For an expert view, we are excited to present to you keynote speaker Professor Neil Morris, Dean of Digital Education at the University of Leeds and Chair of Educational Technology, Innovation and Change in the School of Education.
In his keynote titled 'The changing nature of higher education in the digital age', Neil will inspire us with current possibilities and developments that will shape the future. He will discuss examples to enhance student learning using online courses and blended learning approaches that are possible today. And he will take a look into the near future, based on his research project exploring the 'unbundling' and marketization of higher education.
The symposium will offer inspiration, evidence and practical answers for a wide audience, among whom are teachers, study programme coordinators, their advisors, as well as administrators. We are convinced you will leave with several concrete ideas, and know how to get started.
Read this news article for more information.
|12:30||Registration, Coffee/tea and market|
|13:00||Opening by Marja Verstelle|
|13:05||Welcome note by Hester Bijl|
|13:20||Keynote by Neil Morris|
|14:05||Short overview of online learning at Leiden University and an introduction of the sessions|
|14:15||Change to breakout rooms|
|14:30||Parallel sessions round 1|
|15:30||Break and market|
|16:15||Parallel sessions round 2|
|17:15||Drinks, starting with a short wrapup|
|Enrich your campus teaching with parts of MOOCs||
||Michelle Olmstead, director Centre for Innovation|
|Use online modules/courses for a personalised learning experience||
||Rob Goedemans, advisor and information manager @ECOLe, Humanities|
|Use online lessons to free up face2face time for active learning (flipping)||
||Daan Romein, educational advisor, ICLON|
|Use online modules to teach skills||
||Nieke Campagne, project coordinator Skills project Leiden University|
|Prepare students with online learning for an internship, a master, or a thesis||
||Nadira Saab, senior researcher Graduate School for Education|
|Recruit the students you aim for with online learning||
||Evelien Wolthuis, Study adviser and admission officer of the master, Institute of Psychology|
This symposium is an initiative of ICTO Innovation program, in collaboration with Centre for Innovation, and with teachers, researchers and ICTO coordinators from the LUMC and Faculties of Social Sciences and Humanities.