Welcome to Didacticum
Information about Didacticum and their activities is mainly presented at the Swedish pages. If You clicks at the Swedish flag You will go there. If You have any questions You are welcome to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Webinar to learn more about the Community of Inquiry (CoI) framework
Didacticum is inviting You to this webinar to learn more about the Community of Inquiry (CoI) framework.
Marti will elaborate on and discuss the meaning of the framework and how it can be used to design for and enhance student learning experience in online and blended education.
This event will take place 11 maj 16.00-17.00 in Zoom
Please registrate in this form last day for registration is May 8.
Dr. Marti Cleveland-Innes is Professor and Chair of Centre for Distance Education at Athabasca University.
She has also been a Visiting Researcher at the Department of Learning KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) Sweden.
Athabasca University is a Canadian university specializing in online education. They have programs and courses all offered online for 40 000 students.
Open Networked Learning (ONL)
Open Networked Learning (ONL) is an online course for university teachers that is organised in collaboration between several universities, nationally and abroad. Open for registration.
New course Challenge based learning (CBL)
The course is aimed at those who use challenge based learning within the framework of ECIU and at those who are interested in or curious about CBL.
Resource for teaching staff at LiU
The outbreak of Corona (Covid-19) has given us reason to think about the actions required in a scenario where LiU needs to convert campus based activities to online activities. This resource is to be used as a help if LiU temporarily needs to switch from campus based to online teaching and learning activities.
For updates on the general actions by LiU, please visit the University FAQ on Corona.
Sustainable development needs to be a natural part of our education
Why is it important to have a sustainable perspective in your work? Two participants from fall 2020, and one of the leaders for “Learning for a sustainable development” tells their thoughts of why they think this subject is important.
Last updated: 2021-04-19