Workshops for visitors

 

On 24 and 25 November 2022, we will be hosting a workshop for visitors in aalborg.

Workshop for Visitors

 

Twice each year, the Aalborg PBL centre organises a workshop for visitors on PBL at Aalborg University. This two-day workshop aims to introduce PBL principles and the Aalborg PBL model focusing on STEM disciplines.

Researchers and practitioners, educational leaders and managers are more than welcome to visit and join us for two days of engaging hands-on activities, networking, and conversations with students, PBL experts and academic staff. To learn more about the programme, please go to PROGRAMME.

Registration for the next workshop for visitors is now open until 14 November 2022 at 00:00 CET. Please register for the workshop via the link below:

 

Register for the Autumn 2022 workshop for visitors

 

Once the registration is complete and processed by our administration, you will receive an email with further information and guidelines about the workshop. 

The cost per participant is 575€. The price includes access to a collection of resources, department visits, lunch and coffee for the two days. In the meantime, we invite you to learn a little bit more about what we are preparing for you by watching the video below.

 

 

SPECIAL VISITORs PROGRAMMES

The UCPBL also welcomes visitors on other dates during the year for online or physical visits. We make personalised programmes and we also make tailored training programmes.

 

Contact the centRe for more information

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Online Courses

The UCPBL is renowned for its accomplishments in supporting the development of problem-based and project-based learning in engineering education. Therefore, the centre has made resources available to the international community.

The UCPBL has made online courses available in Moodle on topics such as:

  • Progressive learning goals and guides to facilitation
  • Online PBL course
  • Problems in PBL
  • Online resources for supervision
  • PBL and Sustainability 

Enter the Moodle portal here