Olga Viberg has obtained her PhD in Informatics at Örebro University School of Business (Sweden) in December 2015. She has been a lecturer at the School of Languages and Media Studies and at the School of Technology and Business Studies at Dalarna University, Sweden between 2008-2016. Currently she is associate professor and docent in Media Technology with specialization in Technology-Enhanced Learning at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at KTH.
Viberg's research includes a focus on the learning analytics in higher education, the application of mobile technology in education, mobile learning analytics, integration of formal and informal learning environments, design for learning, self-regulated learning, computer-assisted collaborative learning, cross-cultural research and responsible use of student data in education, focusing on the issues of privacy and trust.
Olga is currently supervising 4 PhD students. She supervised one PhD candidate (A. Agelii Genlott, finished in 2020), 2 postdoctoral researchers, several visiting researchers, 30 master thesis projects, and > 50 bacherlor degree projects during the last few years.
She is currently (2023) supervising 6 master thesis projects, several bachelor degree theses, and is supervising two postdoctoral researchers (Digital Futures).
Viberg coordinates the Bachelor Degree course in Media Technology, two PhD courses: Introduction to Learning Analytics and Reserach Methods in Technology Enhanced Learning and teaches several other courses at different educational levels.
Viberg is an active member of the Digital Futures group on Educational Transformation at KTH, https://www.digitalfutures.kth.se/about/governance/working-groups/engineering-education/ and several international networks (SIG Responsible Learning Analytics, EUROCALL, MALL etc.)
She has served as the keynote speaker at several prestigious international conferences (e.g. EDUCON, IMCL). Viberg has also contributed to the UNESCO policy work on quality of online education and gave a keynote speech in Nov.2021.
Viberg is the main organizer of the Nordic Learning Analytics Summer Institute (2021 & 2022) and a part of the organizing committee of the 12th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference. She has serverd as the PC chair for the two high ranked conferences in 2023: Learning@Scale 2023 (https://learningatscale.acm.org/las2023/) and ECTEL2023 (https://ea-tel.eu/ectel2023/registration).
She serves as the Editor-in-Chief of theInternational Journal of Learning Analyticsfrom Fall 2022- present.
Topics for Bachelor/Master thesis supervision include but not limited to:
- Cultural and value-sensitive desing in learning analytics
- Faireness and Bias of AI in higher education
- Trust in AI in educational settings
- Large language models for learning and teaching
- The role of Generative AI in digital assessment practicies in higher educaiton
- Deep Knowledge Tracing in computer science education
- Self-regulated learning and learning analytics
- Academic writing and learning analytics
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Degree Project in Media Technology, First Cycle (DM128X), course responsible | Course web