EHON webinar: Ruth Graham – Teaching Culture Survey 2022 key results for Dutch universities

Tuesday the 7th of February, 2023, Dr. Ruth Graham will give a webinar for EHON members about: Teaching Culture Survey 2022 key results for Dutch universities

What are the insights of the Teaching Culture Survey 2022 for the 8 Dutch participating universities?

And, as a result, which positive changes can be made for the teaching culture at my own university?

The Teaching Culture Survey is an important survey being carried out by Dr Ruth Graham at 17 universities around the world to enhance the recognition and reward of teaching in the world of academia. The first run of the survey was done in 2019; a third one is scheduled for 2025.

In this webinar, she will share the findings of the Teaching Culture Survey 2022 run for the 8 Dutch universities that participated. She will compare the 2022 survey outcomes to the 2019 run and the Dutch outcomes to overall findings from all 17 participating universities worldwide.

20.00 – 20.30 Presentation of findings
20.30 – 21.30 Interaction between EHON-members to explore what these findings mean for us as
teacher educators, educational advisors and/ or curriculum developers.

Dr Ruth Graham Dr Graham brings 20 years of professional experience in academic research and higher education reform, working with universities, professional bodies, industry and governments from across the world. For more information:

Practical information

Tuesday the 7th of February, 2023
20.00 – 21.30 hrs


Free of charge for EHON & LNO2 members, 10 euros for students and 25 euros for other participants

About Teaching Culture Survey

Universities across the world are striving to enhance the quality of the student experience; central to this mission is the establishment of an academic culture that celebrates, rewards and supports university teaching achievement. As part of a global partnership, the Teaching Cultures Survey will enable universities to explore and track the culture and status of teaching at their institutions and compare outcomes with peer universities worldwide. The study comprises three cross-sectional surveys conducted in 2019, 2022 and 2025, each using the same questionnaire.

Participating universities include: Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden), Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (Chile), DTU (Denmark), SOAS University of London (UK), TU Delft (Netherlands), University of Auckland (New Zealand) and the University of Edinburgh (UK). Source.

Learn more about Teaching Culture Survey by visiting the project website.


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