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An accessible website – a human right

According to new legislation, effective from 23 September, all public services (i.e. public sector organisation websites) must be fully accessible. It can seem self-evident that everyone, irrespective of their specific requirements, should be able to enjoy equal access to digital information and services, however, there is no magic wand to achieve this. Even though digitalisation … Continue reading “An accessible website – a human right”

A digitalisation policy for the future

Doing things in a totally new way or doing totally new things. This is close to the heart of KTH’s digital transformation that should be reflected in our research, education and cooperation. Increasing the quality and efficiency of internal processes is also part of the equation. KTH’s digitalisation policy, that the board recently resolved on, … Continue reading “A digitalisation policy for the future”

On the way to world-leading digital expertise

According to the government digitalization strategy, Sweden should be number one in the world at exploiting the opportunities digitalization offers. A shortage of world-leading digital expertise is said to be one of the reasons we are lagging behind. But what is world-leading digital expertise and how do we acquire this? The Ministry of Infrastructure and … Continue reading “On the way to world-leading digital expertise”

Digitalization means more quality time with students

The role as a university teacher has been subject to a big efficiency drive and a great deal of rationalisation. We are expected to graduate many more students in a shorter time. This has affected the quality time you have with each student and reduced time for critical thinking and scientific discussion. Can digitalisation perhaps … Continue reading “Digitalization means more quality time with students”