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  • About Digital Futures

    Digital Futures researches and develops digital technologies that can bring solutions to great societal challenges, in Sweden and globally. Digitalization has the potential to create a more resource efficient and sustainable society although it also poses some of the major scientific and technical challenges of our time. With Digital Futures, a new research area is emerging.

  • Collaboration with Berättarministeriet published in KTH Magazine

    In collaboration with Berättarministeriet, Stefan Stenbom investigates how digital technology can be used as part of the learning environment and how storytelling can be used to support the development of pupils' digital skills. The project is the focus of a recent article in the KTH Magazine, which is a popular science magazine that explores how KTH engages with society and the future.

  • Presentation Design and Video Production for Education and Teaching Online

    What do you need to think about in getting the best effect when you make filmed lectures online? A new user guide in the form of an e-handbook from KTH provides the advice for teachers. The producer of the handbook is Jonas Thorén, working at the Media Production team which belongs to the unit of Digital Learning at KTH.

  • Digital Learning

    The Digital Learning unit at KTH is a place where research and proven experience in digital media and learning meet. We develop knowledge and design of digital platforms, online courses and video to support education and learning. At the unit, research and development (R&D) is carried out as well as education and supervision. The unit belongs to the Department of Learning at the School of Industrial Engineering and Management (ITM) at KTH, and is organized in four groups: E-Learning, Media Production, MOOC and Resource Centre for Online Education (RCN).

  • KTH's MOOC courses

    Between 2016-2020 KTHx engaged in the initiative to offer MOOCs via edX. These online courses were open for the public to provide life-long learning opportunities.

  • “Teachers must lead the digitization"

    After months of pandemic most of us have embraced digital tools - especially teachers who have been forced to take on remote teaching. But where does the digital push forward lead to when it comes to learning, what will education and learning look like in the future? What are the innovations waiting around the corner? We had a talk with Stefan Hrastinski at Digital Learning (via Zoom of course), to get a glimpse of the future.

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Last changed: Sep 22, 2020