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Heels for height and authority – really?

Working from home again today and I took the opportunity to browse through the latest issue of Universitetsläraren – a publication from SULF, a union for researchers and university level educators. About half way through, I stumbled on an article … Continue reading

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How professors spend their time

Today it’s saturday. What I’m doing? Playing Wii U with the kids? NO. Taking a long walk or going to the gym? NO. Curled up on the sofa with the next book for my book club? NO. I’m grading exams. … Continue reading

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Final reflections on Flexible, Distance and Online Learning

As you may have noticed, during the fall I participated in  the online course FDOL (flexible, distance and online learning), and now it is time to make my final reflections on what I have learned during the course. What I’ve … Continue reading

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Extending collaborative learning using digital technologies

I’m continuing the course “Flexible, distance and online learning” (FDOL) and the past weeks we have been discussion collaborative learning and how it can be extended using digital technologies. In this blog post I will discuss some of the aspects … Continue reading

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Using open learning resources – could it be for me?

So, anyone reading my blog lately will have noticed that I’m focusing a lot on online learning and the use of information and communication technology (ICT) to improve my teaching practice. And here’s yet another post on this subject. Today’s … Continue reading

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Using blogging as a tool for reflection and learning

Today, I have been exploring the use of blogs in education. This is something I have been pondering for a while – can I ask my students to reflect on the work they are doing through blogs? I really enjoy … Continue reading

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My digital teaching practice and opportunities for change

UPDATED 19 OCTOBER 2013 Recently, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about education, teaching and learning and what I can do as a teacher to help my students in their learning process. Since I myself enjoy learning and collaborating … Continue reading

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