Digital University Day
The coronavirus crisis has also had a huge impact on universities. Not only on our teaching; changes also needed to be made to how we organise academic meetings, congresses, network events, academic ceremonies and student communication activities. The 1.5-metre measures and other restrictions are likely to remain in force for the time being, and some changes are expected to remain after the outbreak has subsided. Events, for example, will have a hybrid form, partly physical and partly online. But how do you go about organising an online or hybrid activity, and what form is the best for your event or target group?
For the answer to these and many other questions, join us for the Digital University Day on Thursday, November 26, 2020. During this virtual event, organized by TU Delft and Tilburg University, you'll have the opportunity to learn from best practices and spar with experts and colleagues from other universities.
The continuous program from 12:00 to 17:00 has keynote speakers and break-out sessions, you can visit the exhibitors at the virtual company fair and meet each other in the network carousel.
In short, Digital University Day is about informing, advising, exchanging information, networking and connecting.
For who is it?
Event managers, academics, (student) communication and information officers, ICT/Online departments, secretaries, umbrella student organizations, facility and alumni staff, in fact everyone involved with organizing events at the university.
For registration and program, please visit the website of Digital University Day.