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Learning and innovating

If learning is innovating, than how do we innovate our learning? To increase the impact of our education, we are continuously in search of the right collaborations and teaching techniques based on research. Learning and innovation is what drives us in this pursuit.

Involved academics

Radboud University wants to use her education to contribute to a healthy, free world with equal opportunities for everyone. We are committed to caring for each other and the world around us. That is why our education pays plenty of attention to topical social themes and issues, which we like to tackle in an interdisciplinary manner.

Innovative education

Community Engaged Learning

Community Engaged Learning (CEL) is education that connects to society, with the aim of contributing to tackling social issues.

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Interdisciplinary education

With interdisciplinary education, we bring together perspectives and knowledge to tackle complex (social) issues.

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Learning and innovating together

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Start een Honourslab

Pas onderwijsvernieuwing toe buiten het reguliere curriculum

In honourslabs kun je onderwijsvernieuwing toepassen buiten het reguliere curri…

Funding innovation and research

Biomedical Sciences

TLC voucher projects

Funding by the Radboud Teaching and Learning Centre

Funding by the Radboud Teaching and Learning Centre
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Comenius projects

Funding by the Netherlands Initiative for Education Research (NRO)

Funding by the Netherlands Initiative for Education Research (NRO)


Heritages of Hunger Learning Resources for Secondary-school Educators

Calling all educators interested in teaching and learning about the history of European famines! We seek your expert opinion to evaluate learning materials devised to teach upper secondary students about historical periods of hunger in Europe.

Roel Dullens benoemd tot hoogleraar Fysische Chemie van Zachte Materialen

Roel Dullens awarded Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award

Roel Dullens, Professor of Physical Chemistry of Soft Matter at the Institute for Molecules and Materials (IMM) of Radboud University, has received the prestigious Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award.

Zhiyu Zhu poster prize

Poster prize for Zhiyu Zhu at the Electrochemical Conversion National Symposium

The use of a benchtop NMR for in-situ product detection is a unique application showing promising preliminary results in terms of time and potential resolution.


The Radboud Teaching and Learning Centre is a driver of educational innovation at Radboud University. As a centre, it forms a knowledge hub on our campus. The Teaching&Learning network helps lecturers get started with lecturer development, educational research and teaching innovation.