At AU Educate, you can find inspiration for your teaching as a university lecturer and learn more about relevant topics within university teaching. You can be inspired by the practice of others, test other teaching activities than usual, or focus on study competences through already designed courses. We hope that the content can inspire your teaching and create a fertile ground for reflection, dialogue and development.
AU Educate is managed by Centre for Educational Development (CED) at Aarhus Universitetet. We are an editorial team consisting of:
The content on AU Educate is created by the editorial staff and the experts at CED, as well as teachers and scientists from across Aarhus University. If you are interested in sharing your teaching experiences, please read more about contributing to AU Educate.
AU Educate was originally created in 2011 as "Undervisermetro", as a part of Aarhus University's work with improving the study environment at the faculty of Arts. The website has since been developed into a platform that works across and cooperates with all faculties of the university .
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AU Educate's sister site, AU Studypedia, is a study tool for all students at the Faculty of Arts covering e.g. writing assignments, searching for literature and study-related working methods.