Erasmus+ Exchange week

To minimalize the risk of the spreading of the coronavirus, this Erasmus+ Exchange Week 2020-2021 has been cancelled.
In the mean time, have a look at the agenda for an overview of the upcoming online events - and watch back the recordings of past events. 

Twice a year, the TU Delft Teaching Academy invites both academic and administrative staff members from Higher Education Institutions to the Erasmus+ Staff Exchange Week. The exchange week will take place in the Teaching Lab, the home of our teachers; a place where we bring educational activities together under one roof, accelerate initiatives and strengthen collaborations with peers. At TU Delft, we approach education like we approach research: experiment, learn and share findings.


We would like to welcome people who are interested in innovation in education. In a four-day programme we’ll dive into a wide range of topics. From online and open education to teacher training and the best way to support our TU Delft teaching community. During our Erasmus+ Exchange Week, we aim to exchange ideas, evidence and expertise. We’ll share our vision on education and focus on the variety of available services and programmes to help teachers improve their education. We’ll give demonstrations of our spaces for experimentation, collaboration and exposure. And we are very much interested in your own institutes’ vision and practices!

Experiences by previous attendees

The TU Delft Exchange Week offered me a unique chance to share best practices and processes with colleagues from TU Delft and around the world. It was truly inspiring!

Erik Jentges, Program Manager at D-MTEC Teaching Innovations Lab, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

The best thing about visiting at TU Delft was to gain insight into their explicit strategies and approaches for online and blended learning. Highly recommended.

Kasper Bergstrøm, E-learning Consultant Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Southern Denmark

The TU Delft Exchange Week helped me see how important it is to embed online learning initiatives in an institution wide strategy, securing management support. Also, I gained valuable inspiration and became aware of alternative approaches via conversations with TU Delft staff and the visitors from other organisations across the world.

Inger-Marie F. Christensen, Senior E-learning advisor, University of Southern Denmark 

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