Experience and lessons learned from digital course development (Lunch n’ Learn 14/11)
Autumn term's last Lunch n 'Learn (14/11)
What can you as a teacher have in mind when developing digital elements in your courses? Welcome to an interactive Lunch n’ Learn seminar where you can take part in experiences and learnings from digital course development linked to the range of open online courses at KTH.
On November 14, the second (and last for autumn term) seminar in the
-serie will be held, titled "Digital course development, experiences and lessons learned based on open online courses". The seminar focuses on course design and what you as a teacher can have in mind when you develop digital elements in your courses. The seminar is led by teachers and researchers who have worked with and evaluated KTH’s ventur eofopen online courses, so called MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses). During the seminar you will experience examples on what you can consider when you are to increase your digital course elements such as shorter videos or automatic feedback.
(The seminar will be held in Swedish)
Linda Barman, PhD/teacher, runs KTH’s MOOC-venture
Malin Engquist, course design/evaluation
Ida Naimi-Akbar, PhD student, course design/evaluation
Patricia Kingdon, course design
Morgan Mickelsson, head and project leader, Media production
Registration and info
The seminar will be held at at 12:15-13:00, South East Gallery (Sydöstra galleriet), KTH Library, Osquars backe 31. You can also participate online ( Streaminglink on YouTube ) and ask questions in the chat. If you want to join IRL South East Gallery you need to register by 14 November. If you want a lunch sandwich with a drink: by 7 November.
Read more about MOOC at KTH
- Courses given by KTH at www.edx.org
- Open online courses reach thousands (article in Campi 2018-06-05)
(The seminar replaces the previously announced seminar titled "Teacher tells - educational solutions in Canvas")