Blended learning, more learning spaces!

We continue to advocate for more learning spaces and call for more outdoor learning spaces. We welcome the broad return to face-to-face teaching but for us it is still important that digital teaching and learning material such as recordings of lectures continue to be made available online.

Where possible, the offer of both face-to-face and online participation in courses should also be maintained, especially regarding the fact that the materials are already available in many cases. Due to this, it only creates minimal effort for the lecturers but provides a significant improvement in teaching, more flexibility for students and consideration for all those who feel more comfortable participating in courses outside the university.