Sometimes you hear or read about another perspective on a scientific problem, on a didactic approach, on a technical problem or on a political issue, of which you think ‘I’ve never looked at it like that before, but there’s something in it’. It makes you doubt. Do I have to make up another mind?

In this new section NT&L gives the floor to a teacher, a student, someone from the supporting staff, a program director, whoever, as long as the issue at hand touches on education (at the VU). All we ask is a surprising look, a different view, an eye opener.

Every month a different person will address an intriguing issue. Would you like to make a contribution? Please contact onderwijswerkplaats@vu.nl.

Show our case, librarians!

Show our case, librarians!

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After the recordings for the OCLC Contact Day, Jeanine Deckers and Wilma van Wezenbeek agreed to write a blog together…
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School’s out, and I go to a library

School’s out, and I go to a library

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1991-2021 – realizing I will tick my thirty years of working experience, and reflecting on how I worked back then,…
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“We are in this together”

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Do we include education in the team science approach, or would it be useful to have a team education approach…
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Linking Open Education to Open Science

Blog-EN Education overall Open Access Open Educational Resources SURF
After seven months being responsible for student & educational affairs within a university (compared to having spent 14 years working…
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Connected learning

Blended Onderwijs Blog-EN Education overall
After my first 100 days as director SOZ (SEA, Student & Educations Affairs) at the Vrije Universiteit, it is time…
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Being a Community University

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The new Director of Student and Educational Affairs, ir. Wilma van Wezenbeek, shares some thoughts about the direction in which…
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