EDUDL+

EDUDL+ (Educational Development Unit in Distance Learning) is the department at the Swiss Distance Learning University mostly responsible for the development of educational quality, and research and development of virtual distance learning, as well as for implementing the institution’s eLearning strategy.

EDUDL+ aims to develop four axes using a systematic approach: the quality of teaching and education, supporting the teaching team, research and development, and interconnected academic collaboration in eLearning.

EDUDL+ also provides assistance:

  • in developing the institution’s teaching strategy;
  • in realising educational projects within faculties;
  • in realising the teaching team’s projects;
  • in fine-tuning teaching staff’s lesson practices.

EDUDL+ is responsible for the general teaching evaluations carried out by students, and also monitors related measures.

EDUDL+ implements measures for the teaching team using internal training, answers questions, and carries out targeted open measures.

EDUDL+ contributes to the Swiss Distance Learning University being included in national qualification frameworks for Swiss univer-sities and for European qualifications.

Contact: edudl+@remove-this.fernuni.ch 

Jean-Michel Jullien
Head of the EDUDL+ Service

Associate Professor

Nicole Ruffieux
Educational Design and Research Assistant (student aid)

Dr. phil. hum. (Bern University)

Natalie Bornet
Specialist Assistant: Training and Maintaining Educational Platforms

Valérie Follonier
Educational Design and Research Assistant (monitoring and assessment)

Master of Science in Learning and Teaching Technologies (Geneva University)

Frédéric Gaillard
computer ingeener: platforms and tools development 

Marianne Helfenberger
Educational Design and Research Assistant (frameworks and perseverance)

Dr. phil. hum. (Bern University)

Jasmin Nussbaumer
Educational Design and Research Assistant (perseverance and dropout)

Dr. phil. hum. (Bern University)

Oliver Schmid
Specialist Assistant: Training and Maintaining Educational Platforms

Gwendolyn Wälchli
student aid

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