The Center for Innovation in Learning and Teaching was established with the aim of creating entrepreneurship and innovation in teaching and learning within and outside the university.
As befits those involved in innovation, entrepreneurship is an integral part of our DNA and we are challenging the higher education system in Israel through groundbreaking initiatives under the activities of TAU OUT, such as the 'Online Course-Based Admissions Track' which allows, for the first time in the world, admission based on MOOCs in cooperation with the Academic Secretariat and the Registration Center; Professionalcertification track on international platforms and more.
The center is headed by Professor Liat Kishon Rabin,
A senior faculty member of the Department of Communication Disorders and President of the European Federation of Audio Disorders. Kishon Rabin is leading processes of change in university policy in the field of innovation in teaching and learning. She is the first to serve in this position, which was created following the global transition to online learning in the academic world during covid-19 pandemic.
The Academic City Program is headed by Liat Zvi,
She holds a B.A. in Communications and Management and an M.A. in Environmental Studies. Before this role she was the owner and CEO of the advertising agency Geller Nessis – Leo Burnett today PUBLICIS; Owner of the media strategy consulting firm for promoting sustainability - 'the clinic' and director of education at Israel Innovation authority.
The TAU OUT team is headed by Anat Errell,
She holds a BA in philosophy and political science. Prior to joining the center, she was a senior PMO and VP of Sales Operations at several high-tech companies.
The unit promotes projects and initiatives with several partners, inside and outside the university, including government ministries, private and public companies, and non-profit organizations.
If you have a groundbreaking idea suitable for higher education? We'd love to hear about it!
How to reach us?
For those coming from outside the campus: the southern entrance is near the Smolarz parking lot.
For those coming from within the campus: the northern entrance behind the Smolarz Auditorium (between economics and administration).