A significant portion of the TU/e education is project-based and, in many cases, DBL (design-based learning) in which students work in groups and, importantly, develop professional competencies. The students learn from each other by sharing ideas on intrinsic subjects, making practicable agreements and solving problems to arrive at an end product.

ICT is a very useful tool in supervising the group process. For instance, to enable students to give each other feedback or to allow them to assimilate meeting and discussion techniques.

At TU/e familiarity exists with or support is offered for the following tools: