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TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING Centre for IT & Learning (CIL) Information and Media Studies by Mind Map: TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING 

Centre for IT & Learning (CIL) 
Information and Media Studies
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TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING Centre for IT & Learning (CIL) Information and Media Studies

CIL research profile

Research objective

The main research question of CIL is how digital media and web-based communication forums can support learning in formal and informal contexts, and how learning activities and learning environments are designed.

People

Helle Mathiasen, Professor

Jørgen Bang, Associate professor

Arne Kjær, Vice Dean, Associate professor

Elsebeth Korsgaard Sorense, Associate professor

Christian Dalsgaard, Postdoctoral researcher

Christian Winther Bech, Research Assistant

Klaus Thestrup, PhD Candidate

Student-centred pedagogical approach

Self-governed activities of students

Communication and collaboration

Student engagement and empowerment

From knowledge transmission to learning activities

From transfer to dialogue

Research questions

How can net-mediated communication forums enable learning and how can these impact the design of knowledge construction environments?

What is the potential of the internet to support knowledge construction and knowledge sharing?

What consequences can personalized and social use of media have for learning?

Which relations can be developed between formal and informal learning contexts, and what are the consequences for the functions of educational and cultural institutions?

How can learning activities be organized via mobile media?

How can net-based media facilitate educational and cultural institutions and organizations’ communication, learning and dissemination of knowledge?

How can digital media contribute to the learner’s construction of his/her personalized learning environment?

Design of digital learning environments

Social learning environments

Learning environments in universities

Lifelong learning

Learning environments in cultural institutions

Learning and teaching environments in high schools

Social media

Participation in communities and social networks

Transparency between students

Connection between people and materials

Communities

Collaboration environments

Social networks

Media sharing services

M-learning

Personalised learning

Relations between formal and informal learning settings

Just-in-time/just-in-place (location-based services)

Educational resources

Collections of resources

Resources that can be used for a variety of purposes

Open Educational Resources

Informal learning settings

Institutions can make knowledge available to a wider public

Institutions can move beyond the borders of classes and courses

Digital cultural heritage

Beyond institutional borders

Beyond physical exhibitions

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