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Seminar series "Digitalization of education: Premises, promises and consequences"


May 28 seminar is the first in a series that will continue in autumn and next spring (themes, guests and dates will be announced later). The series is organized by AHU (Division for Higher Education Development) at Lund University and aims to provide an arena to discuss, to argue, to share experiences and to critically reflect on the effects of digitalization on all levels of the education system. All seminars will be in English.

Seminar 1: Digitalization of education, what is it all about?

May 28, 2021, 13.15 - 15.45 Register on Zoom, to register for the seminar (before May 21) (Zoom-link will be shared after registration)

Seminar 1 kicks off the seminar series with a broad session that opens up for a variety of question related to the digitalization of education. Examples of questions that may appear at this introductory seminar are:

  • What does digitalization of education promise?
  • If digitalization of education is the solution, then what is the problem?
  • Ethical aspects of digitalization of education
  • How does digitalization of education change the way we teach and learn?
  • The role of digitalization of education in the overall societal development
  • Can we learn something/anything from the pandemic crisis? Is this the “new normal”?
  • Who benefits from the digitalization of education?
  • What (f)actors drive the digitalization of education?

Seminar 1 will be introduced by two keynote speakers: Neil Selwyn, Monash University, Australia and Lina Rahm, Linköping University, Sweden. Neil Selwyn’s research interest includes topics such as the use of digital technologies in educational settings, digital technology and social exclusion, and digital technology and its role in everyday life. Lina Rahm’s research has, among other things, studied the genealogy of the “digital citizen” with a particular focus on adult education.

Please feel free to reach us at peter [dot] svensson [at] fek [dot] lu [dot] se if you have any questions. We are looking forward to seeing you at the seminar.