Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are communities of lecturers who come together to meet about clearly defined subjects in a structured/ semi-structured manner. These Communities of Practice will be driven by lecturers and facilitated in the Teaching Lab with support from education professionals.

On this page, you can find an overview of the active Special Interest Groups. More information about these groups will follow soon! If you wish to join one of the SIGs or if you want to start a new one, please fill out the registration form by clicking on the button below.

Activating Large Audiences

Teaching Abstract Concepts

Student Motivation

Diversity and Inclusion

Personal Development Education

Coordinating Courses; Managing a Group of Teachers (Peers)