On Monday 16 March, KTH:s President Sigbritt Karlsson together with Deputy President Mikael Östling and KTH's new University Director Kerstin Jacobsson made their annual school visit to the ABE school. The focus for this year's visit, by request of the President, was the school's research centres and infrastructure.
Head of School, Muriel Beser Hugosson and Deputy Head of School, Mats Wilhemsson, were in charge of the programme together with the school's Centre Managers and representatives of the selected infrastructures. This year's visit took place in the Lounge on the ground floor of Teknikringen 10B and consisted largely of poster presentations.
"Video lectures provides repeated opportunities for understanding"
When KTH suddenly switched to distance education, exams and lectures moved from classrooms to digital meeting rooms and streaming channels overnight. How has it been to carry out a course completely remotely without warning? Teachers Johan Spross and Lotta Snickare talk about what has worked best for them.
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