The Centre for Academic Teaching (CAT) facilitates UU teachers to exchange their educational expertise. This can be done, for example, by participating in, or starting, a new Special Interest Group (SIG).
See an overview of current SIG's here:
What is a SIG?
In these SIGs, teachers regularly meet around a shared interest in the area of academic teaching. SIGs focus on a clearly defined subject that is important to teachers and is relevant for the academic educational system at the UU. SIGs function as platforms where teachers can exchange, develop and apply knowledge and experience. This way, teachers work together as a community in order to improve education. SIGs are open to all teachers who are preoccupied with its specific topic. Teachers can join as experts, but they can also join to increase their expertise in the defined area. In SIGs, faculty boundaries are transcended.