EADTU members have a dedicated task in organising education also for disadvantaged groups of students by offering them easy accessible learning paths made fit for a great diversity of students. Open and distance teaching universities are inclusive, innovative and responsive, promoting social justice and equality of opportunity and represent strategic positioning of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
The Open and distance teaching universities therefore represent a great variety of policies, approaches, expertise and experiences in this field that we are sharing within this dedicated Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion.
Final reports are expected to be published at the end of 2021.
Recently, EADTU launched a Special Interest Group on Online Assessment. This SIG will share expertise on institutional strategies and expertise and experiences on online assessment. We explore how universities currently address the challenges of online assessment and how they implement of various supportive measures.
Part of this is making inventory of several operational examples fit for exchange. The group of experts consists of 17 EADTU member university representatives with a specific field of expertise or interest in the field of online assessment.
The final report is expected to be published at the beginning of 2022.
Anticipating on new developments in mobility European wide, EADTU established a Task Force Virtual Mobility in 2018, focusing on mapping blended and online mobility in the context of international collaboration.
The results are captured in a dedicated website on Virtual Mobility models, formats and related good practices.