TLC voucher projects

Exploring, discovering and analysing: you can use the vouchers of the Radboud Teaching and Learning Centre for these purposes. A voucher project is always linked to one of the three key themes of the TLC: lecturer development, educational innovation and educational research. Below you will find an overview of all voucher projects.

  • ChatGPT put to the test: how did it do in its accounting exams?

    Historical research using Artificial Intelligence

    Despite the popularity of AI software among students, training in its effective use is often lacking. Tim Riswick wants to ensure that students of the Bachelor's in History learn to make effective use of AI in (historical) research.

  • Studenten samen aan het werk op een laptop.

    Development of interactive online teaching methodology

    During the coronavirus pandemic, all lectures took place online. There is a significant chance that a hybrid form of education will continue to exist. Evelien Heijselaar develops an educational methodology to give interactive lessons online.

  • Foto banner Geneeskunde

    Didactic skills for medical students in the free choice housemanship

    Medical students indicate that they feel insufficiently prepared to teach. Mike and Jolanda want to change that with their voucher. They develop the new curriculum in which students acquire didactic knowledge and practical skills.

  • Studenten in gesprek

    Interdisciplinary education for sustainable nature conservation

    Simon and Constant are developing a programme in which students from different disciplines work together on ecological challenges. Hands-on experience and knowledge sharing help them to understand complex problems and find sustainable solutions.

  • Improvisatietheater in onderwijs

    Personal and professional development with improvisation theatre

    In academic education, the focus is often on teaching and training cognitive rather than emotional skills. How can improvisational theatre contribute to developing those personal and professional skills?

  • Een portretfoto van docente Serena Daalmans voor de ingang van het Maria Montessorigebouw

    Professionalisation module for better preparation for the job market

    Despite that students are very positive about the master's in Communication Studies, they lack the feeling of being well prepared for the job market. A professionalisation module might make a difference here.

  • Afbeelding van Lucas Boer en Dylan Henssen

    Anatomy education with Extended Reality

    The application of Extended Reality in anatomy education has been around for some time but there is still little known about its effects on students' learning efficiency,motivation and cognitive load. Dylan Henssen and Lucas Boer investigate.

  • Gender multiculturaliteit Katrine Smiet

    Unlearning to learn more

    The current philosophy and religious studies curricula are in need of more diversity and a critical eye. Based on the premise of unlearning, Katrine Smiet and her colleagues take a close look at the curricula in order to make them diverse.

  • Project ilse arnoldussen

    Better understanding of the body with a 3D module

    Students in medical schools are supposed to have a 3D representation of the different levels of an organ, but education does not sufficiently facilitate this at present. An online module will help.

  • Voucherproject Lies Verberk

    Testing out software for written peer feedback

    Peer feedback is an informative tool to help students. That is why lecturers at NSM want to apply peer feedback in their education more often. Lies Verberk-de Jonge is researching whether Eduflow can relieve some of the lecturers’ workload.

  • Carolin Ossenkop

    Horse handling to develop personal skills

    The core of university education consists of cognitive learning. But personal and professional skills are not learned this way. Carolin Ossenkop is researching how handling horses can assist in developing such skills.

  • Jelle van Gurp voor het Studiecentrum

    Drama classes for practicing empathic skills

    Medical graduates are expected to possess the skills for dealing with patients’ complex mental health issues. However, the skills that are needed for this are insufficiently practiced. A theatre module might help with practicing these skills.