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|Title:||Promoting active learning in universities|
|Abstract:||This report provides an overview of findings of an EUA Thematic Peer Group (hereafter “the group”; see also Annex)1 that was invited to discuss ways to promote active learning in universities. The most notable strength of this group is that it carried out what its own topic advocates: each participating university was also expected to nominate a student to take part in the group’s work. The students also compiled a report summarising their observations from the group discussions and this has been used as inspiration for this report. The group’s considerations and findings are furthermore in line with EUA’s Principles for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching.|
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