Last week, Utrecht University and Ricoh signed a letter of intent to intensify their collaboration in developing new educational technology.
Educational innovation is a key priority in Utrecht University’s Strategic Plan. Besides improving their didactic methods and making use of software, the UU-wide Educate-it programme also works on adapting the design of teaching spaces (Future Learning Spaces). In the Utrecht Teaching and Learning Lab, lecturers can try out new facilities in practice. Collaboration with developers and suppliers of new products, such as the worldwide ICT-company Ricoh, enables the effects of technology to be tested at an early stage of prototyping, allowing products to be adjusted and improved where necessary. More information. Click here.