Pioneering Progress
“Charting the Strategic Path for Windesheim University of Applied Sciences”

Challenge

Windesheim, a forward-thinking university of applied sciences, strives to enhance and increase the flexibility of education. Central to this mission is a fresh educational framework and the ability for students to design their own personalized, engaging, and adaptable learning journeys.

This transformation requires shifting from supply-driven to demand-driven education, a change that demands a lot from the organization and its suite of applications, including AscMe, known at Windesheim as the Windesheim Education Platform.

Hogeschool Windesheim

Windesheim University of Applied Sciences stands for an inclusive and sustainable society, contributing to this mission with its campuses in Almere and Zwolle. Over 24,000 students study here, and more than 2,200 employees work at the institution.

Approach

Our team embarked on an iterative process, engaging in conversations with key stakeholders to gain valuable insights. Actively listening to their perspectives, we refined our strategy and tailored a solution to their needs.

In response to the feedback, we set up the AscMe application, streamlining processes related to education descriptions and shaping the overall educational framework. This efficient solution contributed to the adoption of best practices within the industry.

Result

The anticipated completion is set for the end of the current academic year, with implementation scheduled for the upcoming academic year.

Marcel Noordzij

Project architect

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