Title: NetCU Handbook
Other Titles: Guidelines for Organising Networked Curricula
Editors: Ubachs, George
Truyen, Frederik
Goes, Miriam
Sarri, Erato Ioanna
Diederen, Annette
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: EADTU
Abstract: The NetCU guidelines on Networked Curricula aim to offer a concise, “hands-on” handbook for all professionals who want to engage in setting up a networked curriculum for education mainly focusing on tertiary education.

The research that was carried out indicates that there are numerous reasons and opportunities to start such collaboration. It can emerge from a university/institutional policy and be implemented top-down, or could start from an initiative of two university professors who meet at a conference and want to collaborate on teaching activities.

For all these different starting points, the NetCU Handbook presents easy-to-use scenarios and provides examples of best practices. The Handbook will be available in various formats: the original, digital format, with two main navigation modes: by topic, to offer the reader a view on what aspects are relevant when undertaking a network curriculum, and by audience, where we start with the reader and his/hers questions arising from the particular situation in which they want to start a networked curriculum. Besides the online format the Handbook will be available in printable PDF format and in a format adaptable to a tablet environment.
ISBN: 978-90-79730-11-7
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: ABe-p
Appears in Collections:Literary Theory and Cultural Studies, Leuven

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