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  1. Tools voor online onderwijs

    Dankzij de inzet van docenten, onderwijsondersteuners, IT-afdelingen en vele anderen wordt het onderwijs in Nederland van het ene op het andere moment volledig online aangeboden. Dat is een onvoorstelbare prestatie. Om online onderwijs te geven zijn digitale tools nodig. Hoe vind je een weg in het grote aanbod van tools? Daarvoor hebben we Tools voor online onderwijs gelanceerd.
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  2. FAQ: Toetsen en beoordelen op afstand

    In deze FAQ vind je veel gestelde vragen over toetsen. We verwijzen naar de belangrijkste artikelen op het forum en verwerken handige informatie en tips die we binnenkrijgen zo snel mogelijk in dit overzicht.  Wil je een vraag stellen aan collega's in de sector? Of heb je een punt van discussie dat je graag met anderen bespreekt? Ga dan naar het forum en post je vraag. Je kunt hier ook reageren op de vragen van anderen. Ook hier meld je je aan met je instellingsaccount om deel te kunnen nemen. 
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  3. Quarantine Lectures

    The University of the Netherlands started Quarantine Lectures At the moment, many lectures, professors, and university staff are working on recording videos, moving their courses online, and designing online assignments. Marc van Oostendorp, professor at the Radboud University, has made an appeal to his colleagues: make these recorded lectures available to the public. The University of the Netherlands, with support from the Association of Universities in The Netherlands (VSNU), has developed a website realise this initiative. On www.quarantainecolleges.nl, lecturers can upload their recorded lectures. After uploading, the University of the Netherlands checks these lectures for quality and copyright. After the check, the videos are published on the Quarantine Colleges-YouTube channel. Would you like to give a lecture from your living room without students but have a lot of people see it? Upload your video here. Would you like to follow lectures you would otherwise not have access to, from the comfort of your living room and without fellow students? See what lectures are available here.
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  4. Leestip: Toolgericht of doelgericht? Drie wijze lessen voor afstandsonderwijs.

    In de snelle transitie naar online of afstandsonderwijs die docenten(teams), opleidingen, faculteiten en instellingen nu noodgedwongen doormaken is het verleidelijk om reflectie op didactiek even terzijde te schuiven en te focussen op de techniek. Geen tijd om stil te staan, we moeten online, en als het kan een beetje vlug. Onverstandig, volgens de zes auteurs van 'Toolgericht of doelgericht? Drie wijze lessen voor afstandsonderwijs'.
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  5. FAQ: Remote testing and assessment

    How can I assess students remotely? Remote testing and assessments are still a great challenge for everyone. At score.hva.nl, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences offers an overview of the current insights surrounding online testing (Dutch). What possibilities does online proctoring offer?  In some cases, examining through online proctoring can be a solution. For more background information on online proctoring, see this white paper from SURF (English). However, in the short term, online proctoring does not seem to be a solution for large-scale exams. You can read the advice of the SIG Digital Testing (Dutch) on online proctoring and the article by Wilfred Rubens (Dutch). Which method is the safest? To be able to make a well-founded decision as to which assessment method to use, SURF developed a choice making model (English) for safe assessment. Both the risk of fraud, and the interest ('stake') of the test results are taken into account. This model provides guidance to examination and test committees and other parties involved in determining whether the intended test situation is satisfactory, and to see which methods of test administration are suitable within the curriculum. Are take-home exams the solution? This depends on what you would like to test and on the available capacity. Of course, these kind of exams require a lot of review work. To help you consider when take-home exams are a solution, the SIG Digital testing collected 5 articles on this (all in English): A take-home exam to assess professional skills Take home examination papers Open book and take home exams A guide for academics - Open book exams Open book examinations Can you test students using Zoom? In this article (Dutch) you can read how Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) administers tests via Zoom. The university was already forced by the riots in November last year to bring their education entirely online.
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  6. FAQ: Use of video

    I am looking for (extra) facilities for online lectures and workgroups The University of the Netherlands, together with its technology partner NEP Technologies, offers educational institutions the opportunity to conduct lectures and workgroups on a large scale from any location in the coming weeks. See the factsheet (Dutch). Where can I find knowledge about using video? Delft University of Technology has made several factsheets (in English) on DIY video, for example on recording video, didactic use of video, scripting and editing. Click here to see the factsheets. On 18 March, we organised the online seminar ‘How do we move our education online?’. Use the link to watch the webinar in Dutch (log in first). SIG Media & Education has been collecting and sharing knowledge about the use of video on this website for many years (Dutch). Martijn Hoeke (chairman of the SIG Media & Education) published handy videos: Tips and scenarios for online education (video in Dutch) Tips for using PowerPoint on video (video in Dutch) Smoothdraw as digital blackboard (video in Dutch; the video refers to a template, which you can find here)
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  7. FAQ: Open educational resources

    By using available digital educational resources made by colleagues, you as a lecturer, can quickly start digitising your course. Digital educational resources come in all shapes and sizes, such as digital (practice) tests, virtual reality simulations, or knowledge clips students view prior to the lecture. By using an open license, you give others permission to use or adapt the material with certain conditions. This way colleagues can benefit from each other's work. Do you want to ask a question to colleagues in the sector? Or do you have a topic that you would like to discuss with others? Then go to the forum and post your question. You can also respond to other people's questions here. You can log in with your institutional account to join the forum.
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  8. FAQ: Examples and tips for online education

    Quick guide: If you need (or have been told) to put your campus course online in a hurry, it is easy to get overwhelmed by the options. Here is a quick guide (English) to help you get reasonable quality, even if you have limited time and resources. (Danika Marquis, TU Delft). Examples and tips from The Netherlands (mostly in Dutch): OU offers six free micro modules (in Dutch) with different suggestions and possibilities. Zac Woolfitt (Inholland University of Applied Sciences – core team SIG Media & Education) wrote a nice blog (English) with various suggestions and possibilities. The Avans University of Applied Sciences community of ICTO coaches has put together an online magazine (Dutch). They also published a free e-book in English. Delft University of Technology shared tips and support (Dutch) they developed for their lecturers. Irene van der Spoel (Utrecht University of Applied Sciences) wrote a useful article on remote teaching on LinkedIn (Dutch). She also published a free e-book (English). Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences developed an online magazine on remote teaching: https://onderwijsopafstand.hr.nl/onlinemagazine/home/ (Dutch, English version follows asap) Leiden University launched a support website: a new website with tips and tools for remote teaching. It's a work in progress. Check for regular updates and webinars on: https://universiteitleiden.nl/remoteteaching.  Following the closing of schools, Kennisnet also launched a website with many tips (Dutch) for distance teaching in primary, secondary and vocational education (mbo). Examples from outside of The Netherlands (variety of languages): Educause compiled a library with many tips for distance teaching (English). MIT shares a slide pack: Guide to Moving Courses Online (English). In this article, Flemmish pedagogue Pedro de Bruyckere collected inspiring links from different places all over the world (Dutch). In the USA, data has been collected on what different universities are doing to take their education online. The (enormous) overview can be found here, with types of tools and their application in various educational contexts (English). The German FernUni has published a table overview of different types of tools and their application in different educational contexts (German). Tips from Tony Bates: see this website (English).  European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU) publishes tips, tools, resources, free webinars and courses of various European universities specialised distance teaching: https://empower.eadtu.eu/coronacrisis How to communicate about the possibilities of online teaching? Loyola Marymout University in the USA shares how they communicate with staff and students: Faculty: https://its.lmu.edu/keepteaching Staff: https://its.lmu.edu/keepworking Students: https://its.lmu.edu/keeplearning General: http://lmu.edu/coronavirus
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  9. Beschikbaarheid leermaterialen van uitgevers en leveranciers

    Verschillende uitgevers en leveranciers dragen bij aan het toegankelijk houden van digitaal leermateriaal door beperkingen daarop tijdelijk op te heffen. Dit helpt studenten en docenten die nu niet langer toegang hebben tot deze materialen door sluiting van de campusbibliotheek of –mediatheek. Een overzicht van de initiatieven.
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