Here you can read more on experiences from colleagues with using technology in learning and teaching. Hopefully you will get inspired by these stories!
Digital testing, how? Module 5 'Signals Models and Systems' for the bachelor programmes of Advanced Technology and Applied Physics. This module made use of a new digital test method.
Digital Testing with Chromebooks Description of a pilot project with digital testing using MyLabsPlus and Chromebooks (june 2017). Also available some evaluation results.
Digital Testing with USB Sticks Description of pilot projects. The digital tests with USB sticks have been concluded (June 2017).
Microlecture Djoerd Hiemstra See the final result of the microlecture of Djoerd Hiemstra recorded at the ITC studio
Microlecture Hans Heerkens See the final result of the microlecture of Hans Heerkens recorded at the ITC studio.
When to use Voting tools Voting tools can be used to stimulate interaction in your lecture. More and more lecturers are making use of voting in their classes.
Experiences with ShakeSpeak Interaction in education is important. It can stimulate and improve the learning process of students. In order to facilitate this principle, you could use online voting tools. Although there are several tools available, the UT encourages in particular to use the tool Shakespeak.
Blended learning: mix of online and offline education Instructor Hans Heerkens teaches Methodology. He found a way to make the course more attractive to students (and for himself).
Blended design ICREP The International Course on Rural Energy Planning (ICREP) is offered by the department of Government and Technology for Sustainability (CSTM). This used to a five week campus program. In October 2015 a redesign was done. The result is a blended course: 8 weeks online and 2 weeks on campus.
Using the iPad in a large lecture Professor Stephan van Gils used the Explain Everything application for the delivery of Math lectures. This novel approach proved quite effective.
MOOC Ultrasound Imaging Learning with students from all over the world. It can be done through MOOCs, i.e., massive online open courses, which are offered free of charge by universities across the globe. The University of Twente has several online courses available through FutureLearn.