Project Curriculum Information System

1 March 2024 until 31 December 2024
Project type


When setting up a new program and (re)developing a curriculum, a lot of information is collected and exchanged. This includes learning outcomes, learning objectives and learning activities that must be recorded in Education and Examination Regulations, Osiris and study guides. Currently, this information is often stored in a fragmented or incomplete manner, which prevents a complete picture of a curriculum. Radboud University is starting to prepare a tender for a Curriculum Information System (CIS), in which educational developers, teachers and timetablers work together on the (re)development of curricula.

Approach and planning 

In cooperation with faculties and services of Radboud University, the project group will collect needs and wishes that emerge in the preparations for curriculum revisions. This will be done in sessions with faculties and departments (April/May) and university-wide sessions (fall). In this process, the project group also incorporates the lessons learned from the pilot projects of 'A Smarter College Year.'

Together, this will lead to a business case and feasibility study in preparation for the procurement of a new information system. A decision on a possible tender is expected by the end of 2024.


If you would like to learn more about the Curriculum Information System (CIS) project or contribute ideas, contact project leader Dianne Akkerhuis (dianne.akkerhuis [at]