We are guest editing an issue of Multimodal Technologies and Interaction with the theme “Effective and Efficient Digital Learning”. Despite many promising initiatives to use digital technology to enhance teaching and learning, its impact on the vast majority of education has so far been slim. There are several reasons for this: (1) Staff experience a … Continue reading “Special Issue “Effective and Efficient Digital Learning””
AbstractSustainable education does not yet have a widely accepted definition in the literature. In this work, we start from the Sustainable Development Goal of Quality Education for All (SDG4) and interpret sustainable education as increasing the quality of learning whilst conserving the resources required to produce and deliver it. From this interpretation, we argue that … Continue reading “Paper published: Sustainable Approaches for Accelerated Learning”
The overall aim of OnE LEARNS is to increase awareness of the potential of online education and use it to increase digital health literacy and promote the global sustainability goals. We are targeting government officials and actors in the civil society organisations (such as NGOs) in Rwanda, Ethiopia, and Kenya who hold a position with … Continue reading “Recruitment for the 2021 edition of the OneLearns course is now open!”
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are the present and the future!
No less than three ambassadors, (from the left) excellencies Nkulikiyinka of Rwanda, Kuma of Ethiopia, and Kiambuthi of Kenya visited KTH on June 16 to get the latest updates on the OneLearns course. One of the updates is that the Swedish Institute has granted us 2 MSEK for running the course again!