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Centre for Educational Development at Aarhus University

The CED is the educational development centre at Aarhus University. We offer support on university pedagogy to all academic environments at AU. We work ambitiously, research and experimental based, and collaborate both locally, nationally, and internationally with other innovative environments.

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2021.06.11 | Staff, Course

Explore our autumn course catalogue

At the CED, we offer courses and workshops for educators across all faculties and levels – all the way from student teachers and PhD students to experienced professors. We have just updated our list of autumn courses.

Professor Helle Neergaard and Associate Professor Sarah Robinson win the award for ‘Best Paper’ at this year's European Entrepreneurship Education Conference. Photo: AU Foto

2021.05.21 | Staff, Media, Research, Awards

AU researchers win an award at this year’s 3E conference

Professor at Aarhus BSS Helle Neergaard and associate professor at the CED Sarah Robinson won the award for Best Paper at this year’s European Entrepreneurship Education Conference, which took place from 5 to 7 May 2021. The paper deals with existential learning and how it can equip students for an uncertain future.

Photo: Alberte Borne Asmussen, CED

2021.05.04 | Staff

Workshops on online exams open for registration

The exam period is approaching, and most exams will take place online. If you need help on how to hold the best online exams, you can now sign up for faculty-specific workshops at the Centre for Educational Development (CED). Here you can also get personal advice and guidance.

Brightspace is AU's new learning platform, which will be used in the teaching from the autumn semester. Photo: Anders Trærup

2021.04.29 | Staff

Brightspace is now open

AU’s new learning platform Brightspace is now accessible for teaching staff and course administrators, and registration for Brightspace workshops is open. During the coming months, teaching staff will be able to set up the courses they are teaching in autumn.

Photo: Melissa B. K. Yildirim, AU Foto

2021.04.28 | Staff

Brightspace takes time to get used to

Aarhus University is changing its learning management system (LMS) from Blackboard to Brightspace. According to the educators on the ongoing pilots, this has several benefits. However, it takes time to get used to the platform. We have collected some of the experiences from the current pilot tests, which we will present in this article

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