Question 2: Is the implementation process of ICT well organised?

As in question 1 in general the advice is to start simple. Start with small pilots. Learn from each other. If the evaluation of the pilots is positive, extend to a broader use of ICT with more courses and students. The possibilities to use ICT in the administration and the research groups can be discussed during this process.

  1. Implement the ICTedu-tools step-by-step. Start with relatively simple ICT options, followed by short pilot experiments with only a few students. Some motivated teachers best organise these pilots. Next, try experiments which will take more time and with more students.
    The experiences of the involved teachers and ICT- staff in the first phase are used to improve the next phase and so on.

  2. The project group inform the management about the progress of the pilot project and discusses their relevant issues in the implementation process. In most universities, a special task force was reorganised to support the implementation process at the level of the University and the level of the faculties. Members of the task force are the managers, some teachers, ICT staff members and an educational expert. The task force discusses activities in the implementation process and necessary follow-up activities and reports to the Board.

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