MicroLabs

MicroLabs are short how-to modules about specific educational issues lasting two to four hours. Each MicroLab has a clear goal and a clear result. After an online preparation (and qualification), in the MicroLab, you start working on your own education material. This means that after the MicroLab, you will have a concrete result for your own education.

The MicroLabs are developed by research and training institute Risbo and made possible by the Community for Learning & Innovation. To keep the MicroLabs interactive, a maximum of 4 to 6 lecturers take part.

At the end of each MicroLab, you complete a proof of competence for your own course.

  • Badges

    If your proof of competence receives a positive evaluation, you will be given a virtual badge with one innovation point that you can use in your CV and on social media. There will also be a registration in EUR's HR system. Once you have collected 5 innovation points, you and a number of your peers will be invited to visit 1 or 2 institutions that provide innovative education.

The MicroLabs we offer

Click on a MicroLab for more information. You can sign up for a MicroLab by contacting Risbo

  • In this MicroLab you will learn how to create an educational video that you can use in your own course. You will write a script for the video, make a corresponding PowerPoint presentation and then - after a camera training - record your knowledge clip in the Erasmus Studio. You can then use this video in your course.

    Target group and required prior knowledge  

    This MicroLab is intended for lecturers who want to create a video for their own course. No specific prior knowledge is required.

    Goals/competencies

    After following this MicroLab you will be able to:      

    • Argue the relevance of scripting and its essential elements; 
    • Construct a didactically correct script for an educational video;    
    • Create an educational video from start to finish;        
    • Evaluate an educational script written by a peer.

    Content, form and time investment    

    This MicroLab is blended; there is an online part in Canvas and there are two face-to-face meetings. You will start with the online part where you will learn how to write a good script for your educational video. Next you will have a face-to-face meeting in the studio. A professional camera trainer will guide and train you in using the right camera techniques. After the camera training you will make a PowerPoint presentation and upload the final script on Canvas. You will review a script of a peer and you will also receive feedback on your script. Based on this feedback, you can adjust your script. Finally, the face-to-face meeting will take place in the studio where you will record your educational video. The total time investment is 15 hours (of which 70% online) spread over 5 weeks.

    Proof of Competence     

    Your Proof of Competence (the educational video including a plan on how you will use it in your course) will be assessed by the trainer. You will get a CLI/Risbo certificate, a LinkedIn badge and a HR-registration of completion.

    Planning

    Canvas preparationCamera trainingRecording in DIY booths
    28 October7 November 09:00-12:0029 November 13:00-14:30 or 14:30-17:00
    28 November5 December 09:00-12:0010 January 13:00-14:30 or 14:30-17:00
    13 January23 January 09:00-12:0013 February 13:00-14:30 or 14:30-17:00
    24 February5 March 09:00-12:0027 March 13:00-14:30 or 14:30-17:00

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). For EUR lecturers there will be no costs in participating in this MicroLab.

  • In this MicroLab you will learn how to measure the differences in prior knowledge between your students and how to use these differences in the design of your course and in your teaching. You will analyze the initial situation of your students, determine the necessary prior knowledge and skills students need to participate in your course and you will develop your own assessment to assess students’ prior knowledge. Next to this, you will learn different teaching and learning activities on how to activate students’ prior knowledge.

    This MicroLab has a blended format, which means that you can already prepare online and bring your preparatory assignments to the workshop. There is one short workshop where you dive more into depth in to the materials and you will share experiences with other lecturers from different faculties. After the workshop you will experiment with an assessment technique which you pilot in one of your classes. To complete this lab, we will ask you to make a short video of your experiences of doing this pilot and to provide feedback on one of the videos of your peers.

    Goals/competencies

    After following this MicroLab you will be able to:

    • Identify the necessary prior knowledge / entrance level for your course;
    • Measure students’ prior knowledge with (classroom) assessments;
    • Create appropriate interventions and supporting materials (in the domains of content, process, product and classroom environment) for your students to close the gap in their prior knowledge;
    • Use the differences in prior knowledge students have as an asset for your course.

    Content, form and time investment    

    You will start in the online learning environment where you will complete the preparatory assignments (total time spent: 2 to 3 hours). In the workshop we will discuss and evaluate your preparatory assignment. You will receive peer feedback on your assessment and you will review the work of another participant. We will also discuss difficult situations regarding how to deal with differences in students’ prior knowledge. At the end of this workshop you will have an authentic assessment for your course that you can implement. After experimenting with this assessment technique in one of your classes, you will present your experiences in a video. Have your expectations been met and how did you used this technique to differentiate in students’ learning?

    Proof of Competence

    The Microlab will be completed with a video, this is your Proof of Competence, which consist of:

    • A description of the entrance level of your course (the minimum cognitive entry behaviors) and how you communicate this prior to your students;
    • A description of your students’ affective entry characteristics when they enter the course;
    • A description of an implemented assessment to measure students’ prior knowledge;
    • An overview of appropriate teaching methods and supporting materials for your students.

    You will get a CLI/Risbo certificate, a LinkedIn badge and a HR-registration of completion.

    Participants say..

    "I tried to take more seriously the existing prior knowledge in students and tackle it in the most appropriate fashion"

    Planning

    DateTime
    11 February 2020 (Tuesday)10:00 - 12:00
    17 March 2020 (Tuesday)13:00 - 15:00
    29 April 2020 (Wednesday)10:00 - 12:00
    2 June 2020 (Tuesday)13:00 - 15:00

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). For EUR lecturers there will be no costs in participating in this MicroLab.

  • Canvas is the new Learning Management System (LMS) for the EUR and provides opportunities to redesign your course. In this MicroLab you will learn how to design your course in the Canvas LMS using active blended learning. We will guide you with understanding, designing and applying Canvas to enhance the learning experience of your students. By the end of this module you’ve created an interactive and blended redesign of your course in Canvas, using different learning activities.

    Target group and required prior knowledge  

    This MicroLab is intended for EUR lecturers to redesign their own course. No specific prior knowledge is required.    

    Goals/competencies

    After following this MicroLab you will be able to:

    • Create a clear course structure based on modules
    • Create active blended learning activities (assignments, quizzes, peer review, discussions)
    • Connect with your students using the various communication tools (discussion, chat, announcements, inbox)

    Content, form and time investment 

    This MicroLab is blended; there is an online part (in Canvas), a face-to-face meeting and one optional meeting at the end of the course if you would like to ask your questions in person and need some help with your learning activities. You will start with the online part where you will get to know the basics of Canvas. Later on, in the face-to-face session, we will illustrate some best practices of the university and you can work on your own course in the last hour of the face-to-face session. After this face-to-face part you can turn to the second online part on learning activities and communication with students. If you still have questions regarding your Canvas course or how to blend it, there is an optional reunion where we will answer all your questions. The total time investment is 15 hours (of which 60% online) spread over 5 weeks.

    Proof of Competence    

    To earn your Proof of Competence, you will write a reflection on how you have structured your course. You will get a CLI/Risbo certificate, a LinkedIn badge and a HR-registration of completion.

    Planning

    Canvas preparation

    (online)

    First meeting

    (13:00-15:30, Thursday)

    Second meeting

    (13:00-15:30, Friday)

    November 4, 2019November 14, 2019December 6, 2019
    January 20, 2020January 30, 2020February 21, 2020
    February 24, 2020March 5, 2020March 27, 2020

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). For EUR lecturers there will be no costs in participating in this MicroLab.

  • Have you always wanted to increase the attention and motivation of your students during your lecture? Then join this MicroLab!

    In this short blended course you will learn what type of teaching & learning activities you can use to make sure your lectures will have an impact on the students’ learning process. A lot of research has been done in the field of brain learning, in this module we will share the latest outcomes with you. For example: how to stimulate students to write effective notes during your lecture. We will also answer the question on how to structure your lecture with a variety of activities and how to implement your plan into practice. The module consists of 3 hours online preparation assignments and a workshop of half a day. The workshop really focusses on the idea to prepare you to try out an activity in one of your own lectures.

    Target group and required prior knowledge        

    This MicroLab is intended for lecturers who would like to lecture with more impact on the students’ learning process. We have designed the course in such a way that it is valuable for any number of students you will teach (small or large groups). We do recommend to follow the University Teaching Qualification (UTQ) first, before participating in this MicroLab.

    Goals/competencies

    After following this MicroLab you will be able to:   

    • Select active teaching and learning activities that match the objectives of your lecture, target group and group size;
    • Develop a lesson plan for your lecture which consists of a variety of teaching and learning activities;
    • Implement a teaching activity in one of your lectures;
    • Reflect upon your strengths and improvement points in lecturing.

    Content, form and time investment    

    Before attending the workshop we ask you to prepare and upload your assignments in the online Canvas module (3 hours). The workshop (4 hours) consist of two parts. In the first part we will focus on the design of a lecture and various teaching and learning activities. In the second part you will get the change to practice with the activity you would to do in one of your lectures or to discuss practical limitations you foresee by doing the activity.

    Assessment and badge   

    The Proof of Competence consist of the following parts:

    • A lesson plan which consist of a variety of teaching and learning activities;
    • A short reflection on the execution of one or more teaching activities you have implemented in your lecture

    When you’ve completed the two parts of the Proof of Competence, you will get a CLI/Risbo certificate, a LinkedIn badge and a HR-registration of completion.

    Participants say..

    "You can use this MicroLab directly for your own education"

    "The meeting encourages interaction"

    "Very nice module, especially because it’s short and results-oriented"

    Planning

    DateTime
    4 February 2020 (Tuesday)13.00 – 17.00
    19 March 2020 (Thursday)13.00 – 17.00
    14 April 2020 (Tuesday)13.00 – 17.00
    21 May 2020 (Thursday)13.00 – 17.00
    7 July 2020 (Tuesday)13.00 – 17.00

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). For EUR lecturers there will be no costs in participating in this MicroLab.

  • As research shows, assessment plays an important role in steering the learning process. There is, however, not one best method of assessment. So, how can you select the right methods of assessments for your course? Firstly, you can make an assessment plan to help you select the right method. Then, you are able to decide on the weight of each assessment you have chosen for the final result for your course. An assessment plan also helps to ensure that the assessment addresses the intended learning outcomes.

    With an assessment matrix, you will ensure that all the selected learning objectives are covered in your assessment. This also helps to guarantee that your assessment will be both valid and reliable.

    Goals/competencies

    After following this MicroLab you will be able to:

    • Explain constructive alignment and how this theory relates to your own course.  
    • Evaluate your own learning objectives following the four elements and Bloom’s taxonomy
    • Explain the five factors from the Utility formula and how this relates to the methods of assessment for your course.
    • Explain which learning objectives are covered in the assessments of your own course and you will be able to show this in an assessment plan overview.
    • Categorize assessment questions of your course following Bloom’s taxonomy with the help of an assessment matrix. 

    Target group and required prior knowledge

    In this MicroLab we will ask you to bring your own assessment plan to the workshop. If this is not possible, please contact us. No specific prior knowledge is required to participate in this MicroLab.  

    Please note that the content of this MicroLab is included in the UTQ from June 2018 and forward. Therefore we do not recommended to follow this Microlab if you were a participant in the UTQ from April 2018 and forward. For whom who already completed the UTQ before April 2018, please contact us about the added value of this Microlab.  

    Content, form and time investment

    In the online environment for this MicroLab, you will learn via online videos about constructive alignment, formulating good learning objectives, selecting assessment methods using the utility formula, and how to create an assessment plan (approximately 3 hours).

    During the Lab (2 hours) you will get the opportunity to discuss your assessment methods with your peers and get their valuable feedback. Additionally, you will learn how to create an assessment matrix to ensure both the learning objectives are covered in an assessment and you will formulate questions at the right cognitive level.

    Proof of Competence

    The Microlab will be completed with a Proof of Competence. You will get a CLI/Risbo certificate, a LinkedIn badge and a HR-registration of completion.

    Participants say..

    "After following this MicroLab I have revised my learning objectives and made sure my tests where better adjusted to the learning objectives"

    Planning

    DateTime
    September 11th 2019 (Wednesday)10:00-12:00
    November 13th 2019 (Wednesday)10:00-12:00

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). For EUR lecturers there will be no costs in participating in this MicroLab.

  • Constructing multiple-choice (MC) questions can be a challenging task. How do you make sure your assessment will be both reliable and valid? In this MicroLab you will learn how to apply the quality criteria for MC questions to ensure the reliability and validity. This MicroLab has a blended format and consists of online preparation and a workshop. For example, one of the preparation assignments is reviewing example MC questions, which you will discuss with your peers in the workshop. After completing this Microlab you will have created or improved your own multiple-choice exam.

    Goals/competencies

    After following this MicroLab you will be able to:      

    • Construct MC exams following the three quality criteria
    • Evaluate your own MC questions following the quality criteria
      * Validity, reliability and transparency  

    Target group and required prior knowledge  

    This MicroLab is intended for teachers who make use of MC questions as method of assessment for their course. We will ask you to bring your own assessment products to the workshop. If this is not possible, please contact us about the possibilities. No specific prior knowledge is required to participate in this MicroLab.  

    Please note that the content of this MicroLab is included in the UTQ from June 2018 and forward.  For whom who completed the UTQ before April 2018, this MicroLab can still be of added value.

    Content, form and time investment    

    Before attending the workshop, we ask you to prepare with the online materials (videos, manuals and preparations assignments) and upload your assignments in the online Canvas module (2-3 hours). Afterwards, there is a face-to-face workshop (2 hours). In the workshop, you will receive feedback upon your own MC assessment from the trainers and your peers.

    Proof of Competence

    The Microlab will be completed with a Proof of Competence. You will get a CLI/Risbo certificate, a LinkedIn badge and a HR-registration of completion.

    Participants say..

    "The checklist for constructing good MC questions is very useful"

    "The preparation videos were great"

    "The active learning during the workshop was good"

    Planning

    DateTime
    September 17th 2019 (Tuesday)10:00-12:00
    November 12th 2019 (Tuesday)10:00-12:00

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). For EUR lecturers there will be no costs in participating in this MicroLab.

  • Would you like to know more about how to construct good open-ended questions, assignments and how to grade them? Then this is the right MicroLab for you!

    In this MicroLab you will learn how to formulate good open-ended questions and assignments. Yet, for assessment methods like oral exams, presentations and essays, it can be challenging to construct a reliable and transparent rubric. Therefore, we will also focus on the possibilities of rubrics (grading models) to enhance the reliability and transparency of the assessment.

    In this MicroLab the three quality criteria validity, reliability and transparency are key factors in the construction of open- ended questions, assignments and rubrics. You will learn about these criteria in the online learning environment and a face-to-face workshop.

    Goals/competencies

    After following this MicroLab you will be able to:      

    • Construct open ended questions or assignments following the three quality criteria*
    • Construct rubrics following the three quality criteria*
    • Evaluate your own open-ended questions, assignments and rubrics.

    * Validity, reliability and transparency  

    Target group and required prior knowledge  

    This MicroLab is intended for teachers who make use of open-ended questions or assignments as method of assessment for their course. We will ask you to bring your own assessment products to the workshop. If this is not possible, please contact us about the possibilities. No specific prior knowledge is required to participate in this MicroLab.  

    Please note that the content of this MicroLab is included in the UTQ from June 2018 and forward.  For whom who completed the UTQ before April 2018, this MicroLab can still be of added value.

    Content, form and time investment    

    Before attending the workshop, we ask you to prepare with the online materials in the Canvas module (2-3 hours). In the workshop (2 hours), we will discuss your preparation assignments and you will evaluate your own assessment products. Next to this, we value the importance of peer learning and therefore you will give and receive feedback upon your assessment products.  

    Assessment and badge   

    The MicroLab will be completed with a Proof of Competence. You will get a CLI/Risbo certificate, a LinkedIn badge and a HR-registration of completion.

    Participants say..

    "I’m now able to create a more specific rubric" 

    "I’m able to improve the quality of the open ended questions in my assessment"

    "Good preparation videos"

    Planning

    DateTime
    September 24th 2019 (Tuesday)10:00-12:00
    November 26th 2019 (Tuesday)10:00-12:00

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). For EUR lecturers there will be no costs in participating in this MicroLab.

  • Learn how deeper levels of listening, using powerful questions, and finding alternative perspectives will enable you to coach students and colleagues. This will facilitate them in their personal development.

    Planning

    New dates for this MicroLab will follow soon.

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). More information will follow soon. 

  • In this MicroLab, you will learn how to increase the learning efficiency of small-group lectures and tutorials by using activating teaching methods. This MicroLab consists of two parts: an online preparation and two workshops. During the workshops you will experience the effects of different activating teaching methods and you will find out how you could use these methods in your own education. In addition, you will set up your own lesson plan for more efficient tutorials, practical meetings or small-group lectures. This MicroLab focuses on small-scale educational meetings with a maximum of circa 20 participants (in contrast to the MicroLab on Interactive Lectures).

    Goals / competencies

    After participating in this MicroLab, you are able to do the following for your own small-scale educational meetings:

    • Select the appropriate active teaching methods for your lesson;
    • Develop a lesson plan using activating teaching methods in your educational meeting;
    • Reflect on your own strengths and improvements in delivering an activating teaching method in your own education. 

    Target group and required prior knowledge

    This MicroLab is intended for teachers and tutors who want to use activating teaching methods for small groups of students, such as in teaching groups, tutorials and practical meeting. The MicroLab is designed in such a way that it is relevant for teachers in Problem Based Learning (PBL) courses as well as other teaching methods. No prior knowledge is required for this MicroLab.

    Form and time investment

    The MicroLab has a blended character. Participants will start in the online Canvas environment (about 1 hour), where you will watch an explanation about interactive learning and think about a small-scale lecture/tutorial/practical meeting in your own course in which you want to work with activating teaching methods. In the first workshop, participants will experience the effect of different activating methods (2 hours). In preparation for the second workshop, participants will further develop their own case with one or more suitable activating teaching methods. In the second workshop, all participants demonstrate the teaching method they have worked out and receive feedback from peers and the trainer (2-3 hours). To conclude, each participant performs the teaching activity in his or her education. Participants can observe each other in the educational meetings.

    Assessment and badge

    The MicroLab will be completed with a Proof of Competence, which consists of:

    • A lesson plan that includes an activating teaching method;
    • To carry out the activating teaching method during an educational meeting;
    • Reflection on the execution of a teaching activity in your own education.

    You will get a CLI/Risbo certificate, a LinkedIn badge and a HR-registration of completion, when you have completed all three parts above.

    Planning

    New dates for this MicroLab will follow soon.

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). For EUR lecturers there will be no costs in participating in this MicroLab.

  • An important step to take before communicating grades to students is to analyse students’ performance on the different tasks or questions and to investigate the reliability of the grading. This can seem like a daunting task, but in this MicroLab you will discover low-key possibilities to analyse the results on your exam or assignment. This will provide you, as a teacher, with invaluable information. Not only about your students’ performance, but on the quality of your assessment as well as your own teaching. What are the relevant aspects to investigate for you exam or assignment? And how do you draw conclusions and make plans for future improvements? Find out in this MicroLab!

    Goals/competencies

    After following this MicroLab you will be able to:      

    • Assess the quality of an assessment (based on your analysis of the exam/assignment, the grading and results);
    • Take corrective measures and make decisions about students grades accordingly;
    • Evaluate the assessment in a course (based on feedback and reflection) and formulate future improvements.

    Target group and required prior knowledge

    The MicroLab is intended for any teachers interested in learning from their assessment results, or looking to make future improvements to their assessment. The content is applicable to different types of assessment.

    No specific prior knowledge is required, but familiarity with the quality criteria for construction of assessments is useful. This MicroLab is a good addition to the content of the UTQ and to our other Microlabs focused on assessment design and construction.

    Form and time investment   

    The MicroLab consists of an online instruction and assignment in Canvas followed by a 3 hour workshop focused on active discussion, guided practice and peer learning. The preparation for the workshops will be mandatory for attendance, the time investment for the preparation is estimated at 2 hours.

    Assessment and badge

    The MicroLab will be completed with a Proof of Competence, which is also an opportunity to get feedback on your analysis and plans for improvement. You will get a CLI/Risbo certificate, a LinkedIn badge and a HR-registration of completion.

    Planning

    New dates for this MicroLab will follow soon.

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). For EUR lecturers there will be no costs in participating in this MicroLab.

  • Storytelling is an important part of our society and history. It can be used as an educational tool to engage students, spark interest and stimulate critical thinking skills. It creates opportunities for discussion and stimulates a good relationship between teacher and learners.

    In this microlab you will craft a personal story that helps you motivate your students and target their attention to the topic or issue you want them to focus on. With the help of theatre techniques you will learn to deliver your story in an inspiring and engaging way.

    Goals/competencies

    After the completion of the microlab the participant is able to:

    • Craft a relevant and motivating story that supports the purpose of the course or educational session. 
    • Deliver a story with impact during an educational session. 

    Target group and required prior knowledge

    Targetgroup of this microlab consists of all teachers, tutors or other staff that has to deliver educational sessions, such as tutorials, workshops or lectures. The skill of storytelling can benefit everyone who has to engage and motivate students in all kinds of study programs of the Erasmus University. No prior knowledge is needed.

    Content, form and time investment

    Based on the content of the online environment for this MicroLab, you will prepare the outline of a personal story.

    During the Lab (3,5 hours) you will get the opportunity to craft a personal story for educational purposes. Together with the facilitators and other participants you will (re)design your story in order to get the best alignment with the content of  your course.

     After you have rewritten en finalised your story, it is time to deliver your story in the best way possible. You will practice different theatre techniques in order to deliver your story in the most inspiring way you can!

    Proof of Competence

    The Microlab will be completed with a Proof of Competence. You will get a CLI/Risbo certificate, a LinkedIn badge and a HR-registration of completion.

    Part 1.  Upload the final written story in the Canvas Learning environment.

    Part 2. Upload a reflection report (approx 2 pages) on your delivered story to students. Also include some feedback from students. 

    Planning

    DateTime
    26 September 2019 (Thursday)10:00-13:00

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). For EUR lecturers there will be no costs in participating in this MicroLab.

  • In this MicroLab you work on creating an inclusive classroom environment in which students, regardless of their backgrounds (for example nationality, ethnic background, gender, physical health, social class, previous education), feel involved and are able to show their talents.

    Goals / competencies

    After participating in this MicroLab:

    • You are more aware of the impact of your teaching on the sense of belonging and achievements of diverse groups of students.
    • You are more skilled to interact with your students from the perspective of diversity and inclusion, to manage collaboration between students from different backgrounds and/or to teach in a way that is challenging and appealing to diverse student groups.

    Target group and required prior knowledge

    The MicroLab is intended for lecturers who, based on their own teaching experiences, want to improve interactions with and among students to stimulate a classroom environment in which diverse groups of students feel included and have a successful study experience. No specific prior knowledge is required.

    Content, form and time investment

    The MicroLab is demand-oriented. You put a concrete issue you are dealing with forward. For example, you experience that you can’t fully reach certain groups of students during your lectures or your working groups: how can you involve them more? Or: the collaboration in project groups between students with or without Dutch previous education doesn’t go well: how to improve the collaboration among your students?

    In preparation for the MicroLab, you will be provided scientific insights on diversity and inclusion in higher education and a preparatory assignment. During the MicroLab-session you work on your specific case together with the other participants. An important part of the session is role playing: cases put forward by participants will be acted out by participants under the supervision of an experienced trainer actor.

    The topic of inclusive teaching will be approached from three different angles: the student’s perspective, (possible) teacher’s biases and culturally responsive teaching. The MicroLab concludes with a Proof of Competence, in which you show your efforts to make your education more inclusive. The content and format of this Proof of Competence depends on the topic submitted. The total time investment is approximately 15 hours (including preparation time, 4 hours MicroLab session, time spend on Proof of Competence).

    Assessment and badge

    Your Proof of Competence will be assessed by the trainer. You will get a CLI/Risbo certificate, a LinkedIn badge and a HR-registration of completion.

    Planning

    DateTime

    11 November 2019 (Monday)

    10:00 – 14:00

    21 January 2020 (Tuesday)

    13:00 – 17:00

    25 February 2020 (Tuesday)

    10.00 – 14.00

    Signing up for this MicroLab

    You can register for this MicroLab by contacting Risbo (training@risbo.eur.nl). For EUR lecturers there will be no costs in participating in this MicroLab.