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The students back on campus this autumn

In August, KTH will open for on-campus education again. Sigbritt Karlsson, President of KTH, underlines in her decision regarding the autumn semester, the importance of taking advantage of lessons learned from the digital transition this spring.

Jan Gulliksen and Sara Öhman

Digital Accessibility – an obvious responsibility for KTH

Our digital presence has never been more important than now, and must include everyone. Reinforcing this, digital accessibility is also a legal requirement and there are guidelines for how KTH’s information and services are to be designed so as to be accessible.

Big grants for labs

Strategic laboratories at KTH have been granted internal funds to purchase advanced new research equipment. Seven selected labs will receive a combined total of SEK 20 million to help them strengthen their national and international standing.

Director of Personnel Annica Fröberg

Ergonomics and the risk of loneliness

These are two key occupational health and safety issues when working from home full-time has become the new normal for many KTH personnel. Director of Personnel Annica Fröberg talks about worklife in the shadow of a pandemic.

In-person examinations became distance exams

When the pandemic put an end to in-person examinations, an intensive transition to distance exams was begun. Wanda Manninger and others talk about this challenge and what it's like to serve as a digital invigilator.

Update Zoom latest 30 May

By 30 May, all Zoom users must have version 5.0 or later in order for the program to function. Please control what version you have and install the latest edition. If you do not make this update, Zoom will not work.


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