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TU Delft ICT in Education


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Presentation for visit of NTNU-IT on September 9th 2014 about ICT in Education at Delft University of Technology

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TU Delft ICT in Education

  1. 1. Delft University of Technology ICT in Education Unless otherwise indicated, this presentation is licensed CC-BY 4.0. Please attribute TU Delft Extension School / Willem van Valkenburg
  2. 2. Willem van Valkenburg Production & Delivery Manager TU Delft Extension School Board member Open Education Consortium
  3. 3. Composition of Student Body
  4. 4. Collaborative & Active Learning Mobile Next Generation Classroom Open & Online Education Systems & Resources Face to face Virtual Personalisation Massification
  5. 5. Next Generation Classroom Collaborative & Active Learning Mobile Next Generation Classroom Open & Online Education Systems & Resources
  6. 6. Next Generation Classroom The demand for classrooms are changing: •teaching is changing: teaching staff would like to apply several modes of instruction during one and the same lecture •there is a growing need for project-group rooms. •the combination of digital AV and ICT enables teaching methods which had not yet been possible.
  7. 7. Classroom of the Future Test room is realized in the Wim Crouwelzaal (Faculty of Industrial Design) • Flexibel furniture • Smartboard • Presentation in 4 quadrants Beamers en LCD screens • Video conferencing • Direct registration colleges • Whiteboards • Laptop connections + Software
  8. 8. Collegerama – lecture recording • A service to publish lecture recordings online • Based on SonicFoundry MediaSite • Redundant High available stream servers • 24/7 anytime anywhere, mobile • 15.000 online, growing 200 p/month • >500.000 visits per year
  9. 9. Digital Examination • Digital testing involves the use of testing software to conduct online or offline tests on the computer. • In addition to providing a more extensive range of testing options, this also simplifies the assessment of tests. • Digital testing systems can be used for testing background knowledge (entrance examinations), student exercises (interim examinations), and exams (final examinations).
  10. 10. Set-up • 1 central Maple TA server • Secure environment on the PCs • Logistic process • Training of teachers • 7 rooms available, total capacity 724 seats (biggest room 250 seats)
  11. 11. Online Proctoring •Offer Proctored Exams Online with Integrity •After review we selected Remote Proctor NOW
  12. 12. Collaborative & Active Learning Collaborative & Active Learning Mobile Next Generation Classroom Open & Online Education Systems & Resources
  13. 13. Collaborative & Active Learning Self & Peer Assessment Online Collaboration Writing together Peer Evaluation Feedback Fruits Student Respons
  14. 14. Feedback Fruits Feedback Fruits platform is integrated into Blackboard and consists of 3 tools: Source:
  15. 15. Mobile Collaborative & Active Learning Mobile Next Generation Classroom Open & Online Education Systems & Resources
  16. 16. Mobile •Mobile Support • This is support by immediate access to up-to-date information via a mobile device •Mobile Learning • E-learning via a mobile device
  17. 17. Mobile Support •iTU Delft app available for iOS, Android and mobile web •More information:
  18. 18. iTU Delft app available for iOS, Android and mobile web More information:
  19. 19. Open & Online Education Collaborative & Active Learning Mobile Next Generation Classroom Open & Online Education Systems & Resources
  20. 20. “Open and online education allows people from around the world access to the top education of TU Delft. It enables everybody who wants to develop themselves and accommodates the increasing number of students seeking higher education. TU Delft is dedicated to deliver world class education to everyone.” Drs. Anka Mulder. Vice President Education TU Delft
  21. 21. Open & Online portfolio Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Open Course Ware (OCW) Online Distance Education (ODE) Campus Education • 5 MOOCs (> 140.000 enrollments) • ≈ 5.000 Certificates of Completion • 11 new MOOCs announced • No Credits • More than 140 courses online • Unique visitors > 1000 /day • No interaction with faculty • No accredited certificate • 1 full online master (25 courses) • 2 modules, 1 minor, 1 master (6 courses) • 50 students (30 on-campus) • Full Master Degree / Accredited Course Certificate • 19.000 on-campus students • Bachelor – Master – PhD • 2 blended Bachelors
  22. 22. OpenCourseWare •Course Materials including recorded lectures •More than 140 courses online •Big Exposure, Worldwide audience •Both Bachelor and Master level (Dutch and English) •No interaction with faculty •No accredited certificate •Focus on use and re-use
  23. 23. Use and Re-use of OCW •Choice of Study •Stumble Courses •Prepare International Students •Use in Developing Countries •Source of Reference •Extracurricular education •Online Education Images CC-BY-NC-SA:
  24. 24. What kind of MOOCs do we want?
  25. 25. DelftX Courses Water Treatment Solar Energy Next Generation Infrastructures Aeronautical Engineering Credit Risk Management
  26. 26. MOOC students: life long learning
  27. 27. Teaser Aeronautical Engineering Source: Image video still from above video CC-BY DelftX
  28. 28. Next Generation Infrastructures - Part 2 Drinking Water Treatment Functional Programming Delft Design Approach Technology for Biobased Products Solving Complex Problems Responsible Innovation Treatment of Urban Sewage Introduction to Water & Climate Introduction to Solar Energy Aeronautical Engineering school/delftx
  29. 29. MOOC • Open Access • Bachelor level • Single course • No EC • Certificate of Completion Course • Pay per course • Bachelor and master • Single Course • <10 EC • Course Certificate Series • Pay per course • Bachelor and Master • Couple of courses • 10 -15 EC • Formal Certificate Module • Pay per course • Bachelor & Master • Couple of courses/series • 30 EC • Formal Diploma Program • Pay per course • Master • Couple of courses/series/modules • > 60 EC • Formal Master N = 50.000 BLENDED -10.000 N = 500 -100 N = 50-10 BUSINESS MODEL VARIES VALUE PRICE OTHER ROI
  30. 30. BK CiTG EWI IO LR TBM TNW 29 courses 8 courses 30 courses 29 courses 3 courses 7 courses 6 courses Drinking water Solar energy Credit Risk Functional Programming Design Approach Aeronautical Engineering NGInfra Responsible Innovation Solving Complex Problems Biobased Products Fundamentals of Water Treatment Advanced Design & Optimization of Aerospace Structures Principles of Policy Analysis Blended Bachelor Technische Bestuurskunde (44 courses) Adaptive Aerospace Structures Advanced Structural Analysis StructuralModeling Non-Linear Structural Modeling Buckling of Structures Policy and Strategy Models Policy Analysis of Multi-actor Systems Technology Development & Impact Assessment Continuous Systems Modelling Ethics MSc Civil Engineering, Water Management track (24 courses) AMS courses Fatigue of Structures and materials Composites: Materials, Structures and Production Processes Rotorcraft Mechanics and design Aeroelasticity Rotor Aerodynamics Master Thesis Preparation MOOC Online Course Online Master Programme Blended programme 3mE Digitale Doorstroom Minor HBO-WB (8 courses) 17 courses OpenCourseWare Sewage water Water & Climate
  31. 31. Delft Extension School
  32. 32. CC BY: Cea Accommodating International students • Online Distance Education • Fully accredited certificate • Separate courses • Full Master Degree • Same as on campus education, but • Distance ! • Online !
  33. 33. CC BY SA Karen Eliot MSc Civil Engineering, Watermanagement • Full Master programme (25 courses) • Start: September 2013 MSc Aerospace Engineering, Aerospace structures and materials • 11 courses available • Start: September 2013 MSc Engineering and Policy Analysis • 6 courses available • Start: September 2013
  34. 34. Can We Design a Better Education? Source:
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