The Community of Inquiry makes use of cookies. By continuing, you consent to this use. More information.
Evelien Verschroeven
MEMBER
ORGANIZATIONInnovation OIC/ Thomas More University of Applied Sciences
PROFESSIONfounder/ teacher
COUNTRYBelgium
WEBSITEhttp://www.evelienverschroeven.be

I like to integrate my anthropological background within my business knowledge and tech curiosity. Tolerance, open-mindedness and respect are important values for me.
I have an expertise of more than 20 years in training, education, and coaching. I worked with different target groups, but the main topics are intercultural competencies, business, and entrepreneurship. I have experience in different multicultural teams, on and offline. In 2021 I designed a COIL ( Collaborative online international course) about intercultural communication, with students from Europe, Africa, and Asia. I design and develop new (digital) educational methods and tools, with strong attention to the building of collective knowledge (communities). I have an extended international network within the edtech ecosystem.
I’m a cognitive person and I love wondering and wandering, that reflection you can find on my blog https://evelienverschroeven.be/blog/

Skills & Expertise
1. Insights and management of learning communities & ecosystems
2. Educational design
3. Intercultural communication
4. Mentoring & facilitator

Wisdom only arises when we combine knowledge with experience through interaction. Let that be my way to trigger us toward growth and innovation.

RESEARCH INTERESTS
learning communities relational cognition transdisciplinary team, knowledge creation
RECENT MEMBERS

Lailaturrahmi
Joined July 15, 2024
Monash University


Damilare
Joined July 12, 2024
Osun State University


Bill Hodges
Joined June 25, 2024
University of Guelph English Language Programs


Natasha van der Meer
Joined June 24, 2024
Aspiring open source researcher


Julie Goodrich
Joined June 23, 2024
Middle TN State University
The Community of Inquiry is a project of Athabasca University, Mount Royal University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, and the Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, as well as researchers and members of the CoI community.