Technological applications such as video and VR (virtual reality) can make skills education even more effective, efficient and flexible. Think of a realistic learning environment where every student can practise without limitation. Automated feedback from the lecturer and peer feedback gives the lecturer more time to answer complicated questions and the students more time to practice.
The working group gathered and shared evidence-informed knowledge, methods and good examples and tools in a community of lecturers and support staff. In this community (Dutch only), members share success stories and stumbling blocks of practical skills education with technology applications.
The working group was led by Esther van der Linde.