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  • Communication course clarifies the benefits of your research

    Graphic illustration: megaphone
    Published Dec 22, 2020

    More and more researchers understand the importance of being able to communicate their research to the surrounding society. With the course Communicat...

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  • Informing designs for learning when shifting to digital

    Published Nov 26, 2020

    My best advice to teachers that shift to digital during these Covid times, is to take a moment and look into 'what is known', and to continuously refl...

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  • PhD position Engineering Education Policy and Management open

    Published Nov 16, 2020
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  • “Teachers must lead the digitization"

    White social robot with ipad in its hand.
    Photo: Alex Knight on Unsplash
    Published Oct 07, 2020

    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 ...

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  • TeaEdu4CT project - Computational thinking

    Published Sep 30, 2020

    The aim of the project is to develop innovative educational approaches to practical STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) education that...

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  • A European engineering campus UNITE! is evolving

    Published Sep 25, 2020

    As part of an education and research initiative, the EU Commission is financing a consortium of distinguished universities with a technical focus. K...

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  • Stefan Hrastinski about learning at a distance

    Published Sep 17, 2020
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  • New book about technical universities

    Published Sep 02, 2020
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  • Dissertation on Professional Support Staff at Higher Education Institutions: Navigating Ambiguities

    Published Aug 31, 2020

    On 28th August Malin Ryttberg defended her doctoral dissertation. Professional Support Staff at Higher Education Institutions: Navigating Ambiguities ...

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  • “Learning glass” a boost for video lectures

    Frida Svelander teaches mathematics and records a video using learning glass. Photo: Amir Mehdi Rezaei
    Published Aug 14, 2020

    In a studio at KTH, a team is elaborating video recordings where the speaker make notes on a glass screen. With an air of magic, "Learning glass" lift...

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  • Humanists most critical of performance measurement

    Published Aug 14, 2020

    Johan Söderlind and Lars Geschwind have published the article Disciplinary Differences in Academics ’Perceptions of Performance Measurement at Nordic ...

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  • Evaluation of the title Excellent teacher at SLU

    Published Aug 14, 2020

    Lars Geschwind and Kristina Edström have, on behalf of SLU's president, made an evaluation of the title Excellent teacher, which was introduced at the...

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  • Analysis of the input to the research proposition

    Published Aug 14, 2020

    Lars Geschwind and Stefan Lundborg have, on behalf of SUHF, made an analysis of the input to the research proposition.

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  • Dissertation on the impact of industry on engineering education

    Published Aug 14, 2020

    On June 5, Per Fagrell defended his doctoral dissertation. Change and inertia in the development of Swedish engineering education: The industrial stak...

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  • KTH project will improve maths skills among girls

    Young girl constructing things with clay and tooth sticks.
    Photo: Technological University Dublin
    Published Jun 09, 2020

    A KTH project on enhancing spatial ability to help close the gender gap in engineering subjects, secures over a €4M in Horizon 2020 funding.

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  • Flying start for GRADE

    Photo: Franck V. on Unsplash
    Published Jun 18, 2019

    The national doctoral school GRADE (Graduate school for digital technologies in education) started in autumn 2018. A scientific advisory group is alre...

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  • Presentation to the Higher Education Authority (UKÄ)

    Published May 28, 2019

    Malin Ryttberg was recently invited to The Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) to present her research on the roles of professional support staff...

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  • Erasmus+ project INGDIVS

    Published May 28, 2019

    Erasmus+ project INGDIVS Increasing Gender Diversity in STEM initiative aims to address the gender imbalance in Engineering and Technology by offer hi...

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  • KTH knowledge sharpens African universities

    In March, teachers from African universities participated in a workshop on Student-centered learning at KTH. Here they visit the Visualization Studio at KTH. (Photo: Sara Nyberg)
    Published May 27, 2019

    The ITM School helps five African universities to excel in entrepreneurship and teaching methods. Together with a handful of European universities, KT...

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  • Lunch n’ learn – seminars for the digital teacher

    Visual interpretation: Audience and presentation. Also sandwiches on a table.
    Published May 02, 2019

    Teachers of today are expected to use digital methods when teaching. There are plenty of effective tools and many teachers are eager to develop their ...

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