E-learning management object at KTH
The E-learning management object is a joint activity between the Digital Learning unit and the IT department. The management has a central task to maintain and develop the digital learning environment at KTH. E-learning is responsible for several systems, including Canvas.
Investigates and evaluates on a scientific basis
The Digital Learning unit is responsible for the investigations and evaluations of the digital learning environment and the education and supervision of KTH's teachers. The responsibility means that we are conducting the activities to investigate what digital learning environment KTH should have and evaluate whether the current environment meets the needs of teachers and students. The activities are conducted on a scientific basis, where investigations and evaluations are published as a journal or conference article.
Education and supervision assignment
Within the framework of the education and supervision of Digital Learning, we are responsible for the knowledge support on KTH's intranet regarding digital learning at KTH. We also run regular seminars, workshops, and courses and provides guidance to teachers via personal meetings or e-mail.
We provide KTH support with digital learning methods and tools
We can help you with:
- Recommendations when working in Canvas
- Using video in your teaching
- Flipped Classroom
- Communication and collaboration with digital tools
- Contact, and support for e-learning
- Personal coaching
- Webinars for knowledge exchange in the form of Lunch 'n' Learn
Educational perspectives on the development of digital tools
Changes to the digital learning environment are carried out as projects involving coworkers from the unit as either project managers or participating from an educational perspective. Current projects right now are about, for example, digital assessment, examination in a computer room and KTH Transfer to Ladok.
Modern agile way of working
The area of digital learning is developing rapidly at KTH and with it the needs of what our systems and services are expected to live up to. Therefore, we at The E-learning management object at KTH have an agile working method together with modern working practices and project tools to make the best use of the needs and wishes that exist from those who work with the education at KTH. We develop, test and work in different ways, but often with pilot projects in a first phase, and preferably together with the intended user group. At the same time, it is important to manage the systems we have safely and stably based on the management model PM3.
Group composition and responsibilities
E-learning management object consists of 3 groups focusing on system development, IT-Support and pedagogical development.
The group at Digital Learning, which works with pedagogical development, currently consists of 12 coworkers. The group includes researchers, educational developers, communicators, coordinators and research engineers, and student staff such as Undergraduate assistants.
Group leader: Fredrik Enoksson.
Head of Administration: Erik Lundsten.
The group includes researchers, educational developers, communicators, coordinators and research engineers.