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Webinar on E-Assessment

The Center for Teaching and Learning on Higher Education at the PH Zürich is kindly inviting you to the Webinar on E-Assessment conducted by Dominic Hassler (Digital Learning Center, PH Zürich) on the 3rd. December from 10 to 11h. The Webinar is in German. You can find more information here.

Looking forward to your participation.

All the best,

Mònica Feixas

PS. Luckily it does not coincide with Karin Brown’s Webinar which takes place right afterwards ;-).

Webinar: “Denken im Fach vermitteln” on 24th September (10-11am).

Dear SFDN members,

We are happy to announce our second webinar, this time in German: “Denken im Fach vermitteln – mit dem Decoding-Ansatz Studierenden disziplinäre Arbeitsweisen nahebringen”. The webinar is taught by Petra Wess and Kerrin Riewerts (U. Bielefeld) and will introduce and show the applicability of the approach “Decoding the Disciplines” by Pace and Middendorf. It will take place on the 24th September from 10 to 11am through Switch Interact.

More information and the registration link are found here.

We look forward to meeting you.


All the best,

Mònica Feixas

ZHE Zentrum für Hochschuldidaktik und -entwicklung

Pädagogische Hochschule Zürich

Webinar for teachers in higher education: “Empowering teachers and learners in higher education on a personal journey to digital competence”

Dear colleagues,

On May 30, 2018, from 10 to 11am, we have our first webinar at ZHE. It is about Empowering Digital Confidence in Learners, it is for free and is in English.  You can find more information here.  If you would like to attend, please register until the 25th May (the instructions are on the webpage). Only those registered will receive the link to access the conference.

«All Aboard! Empowering teachers and learners in higher education on a personal journey to digital competence.», by Iain McLaren (NUI Galway).

All Aboard Map

All Aboard! Is a project that aims at improving the digital confidence, knowledge and skills of learners, teachers and anyone who uses technology to support their work, their study, or other aspects of living in a digital age. Using the powerful metaphor of a Metro, with different lines and «travelcards», helps to make acquiring new skills much more accessible and perhaps also a little bit «more fun» than a traditional formal course.



We look forward to welcoming you at the webinar.


All the best,

Mònica Feixas

Zentrum für Hochschuldidaktik und -entwicklung / Center for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Pädagogische Hochschule Zürich.