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  • ”Everyone at KTH should take the course”

    Portrait Kalle Garme
    Kalle Garme works with naval architecture at the SCI school and has taken the course "Gender Theory and Gender Equality in Technical Higher Education".
    Published Aug 23, 2022

    Kalle Garme took the "Gender Theory and Gender Equality in Technical Higher Education" course and explains why he thinks all KTH employees should attend it.

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  • Nominations for the KTH pedagogical prize 2022 is open!

    KTH university gardens
    Published Aug 19, 2022

    The quality of the education is crucial for KTH. For this reason, KTH's management wants to recognise and reward teachers who have made great efforts to improve the quality of the education. Therefore...

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  • August support from E-learning

    Published Jul 22, 2022

    During the introductory weeks in August, E-learning has five planned activities that you as a teacher can participate in. These include two different workshops, a Lunch ‘n’ Learn and two drop-in oppor...

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  • Principles for KTH education in place

    Three KTH students in front of a screen showing an interacting animated person
    KTH’s education programmes in the future are outlined in a framework formulated as 13 principles. (Photo: Jann Lipka)
    Published Jun 27, 2022

    How can KTH’s degree programmes remain relevant and attractive amid increasingly tough competition? This is one of the questions being answered in the far-reaching development process that the Board o...

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  • Among the cornerstones of engineering education – CDIO

    Steel sculpture on Reykjavik’s waterfront called The Sun voyager
    ‘Solfar’ or ‘Sun Voyager.’ The artist Jon Gunnar Arnason created the striking landmark.
    Published Jun 21, 2022

    KTH (Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan) faculty and representatives from The Department of Learning in Engineering Sciences visited the Reykjavik University in Iceland for the 18th CDIO International Confer...

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  • Name change of role for registered students in course rooms in Canvas

    Published Jun 17, 2022

    Soon, the description of registered students will change in the course room in Canvas. Registered students will be referred to as "Registered student" in course rooms, instead of being referred to as ...

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  • Collection of news about updated Canvas functions

    Published Jun 17, 2022

    Since the autumn of 2021, several functions in Canvas have been updated. The features that have been updated include SpeedGrader and New Quizzes.

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  • Instructions for Abstract submission 2023

    Published Jun 16, 2022

    The KTH SoTL conference welcomes contributions of several formats. You can find instructions about the abstract process including important dates and deadlines, guidelines for abstracts and session fo...

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  • Upcoming update of the names of course and examination rooms and their sections in Canvas

    Published Jun 03, 2022

    Week 25, at the earliest, IT will make a minor name change on course and examination rooms in Canvas. Course rooms have the Ladok registration code in their names and examination rooms puts the course...

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  • Student stories: Experiences of pre-recorded video material in teaching

    Published Jun 03, 2022

    A Lunch 'n' Learn with a student panel on experiences of pre-recorded video material in teaching. The team for web conferencing, video and streaming (WVS) presents the technical and pedagogical suppor...

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  • How you can implement cognitive psychology to promote student learning

    Published May 30, 2022

    A Lunch ‘n’ Learn on how to implement research-based strategies from cognitive psychology. Learn more about retrieval practice and how it can be implemented in your course today. Marcus inspires thoug...

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  • About examination period 4 and re-examinations for P3 and P4, spring 2022

    Published May 10, 2022

    Here is a summary of information and reminders for the rest of the spring semester's examination periods in 2022; the examination period for P4 in May-June and the re-examinations for P3 in June and P...

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  • Digital accessibility: Currently and in the future at KTH

    Published May 09, 2022

    Documentation from Lunch ‘n’ Learn on digital accessibility with Jan Gulliksen and Stefan Johansson, PhD in Human-Computer Interaction. Why digital accessibility is important, what KTH has done so far...

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  • Panel discussion: How to plan the teaching session from your prerecorded video material?

    Published Apr 21, 2022

    A panel discussion was given on recorded lectures and how scheduled time can be designed from this condition. We discussed arranging the time, tools for interaction, participation, and aspects of a fl...

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  • No general extra re-examinations for period 2, 2021

    Published Mar 21, 2022

    The material KTH has analysed does not indicate that it will be necessary to offer extra examination opportunities for all courses that had exams on-campus during examination period 2. However, it may...

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  • How are you doing with your teaching and educational development, and how would you like it?

    Word cloud for the question “What three teaching / pedagogical methods would you like see more at KT
    Word cloud for the question “What three teaching / pedagogical methods would you like see more of at KTH? In the years 2016 and 2019.
    Published Mar 17, 2022

    How good are we at KTH and what should we do more of, or less of? Soon it will be time for the Pedagogical Survey 2022. The recurring Pedagogical Survey focuses on the climate and thoughts of teaching...

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  • The next SoTL conference is March 7, 2023

    KTH SoTL - Learning for the future
    Published Mar 15, 2022

    Future learning - learning for the future

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  • Panel discussion: Experiences from locked examination in computer rooms

    Published Mar 11, 2022

    At KTH, several courses have conducted examinations in computer rooms where the computers are locked down using the Safe Exam Browser (SEB). The lockdown is available in KTH's computer rooms with Wind...

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  • KTH E-learning "demo": learn more about and influence ongoing development projects

    Published Mar 07, 2022

    This is an opportunity for you interested in the various development projects linked to the digital learning environment at KTH. The E-learning management object at KTH will briefly present the result...

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  • Multi-university course projects – an example from KTH and UTokyo

    Published Feb 23, 2022

    During the webinar, Fredrik Lundell and Junichiro Shiomi presented a joint course activity between the University of Tokyo and KTH, where scaffolded projects were used in subject courses on fluid mech...

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