Understanding Learning and Teaching in a Digital Context Experience relevant for web-based distance teaching: C oordinator and main teacher of the web-based distance course Sociology of law 2007-2009 (1-30 credits)
Experience relevant for web-based distance teaching:
Coordinator and main teacher of the web-based distance course
Sociology of law 2007-2009 (1-30 credits)
Coordinator of the web-based master’s programme Sociology of European Law 2010- (two-year)
Head of research: Cybernorms Research Group 2010-
Member of the management team for Lund University Internet Institute 2012-
Reach more students
2009: Why can’t we be as successful as the Master’s programme in sexology…?
2010: On Campus: Master’s programme in Sociology of Law:
2011: Web-based distance: Master’s programme in Sociology of European Law:
2012: Web-based distance: Master’s programme in Sociology of European Law:
Make it work…
Make it work
Set Realistic Goals: The divide by 4 rule (50 percent early drop outs + 50 percent student completion). From 200 to 100 to 50…
Implement a simple structure: provide students with a sense of security (a simple and repetitive structure using metaphors from campus teaching; e.g. sections, lectures, seminars, examination).
Make use of the digital possibilities: make sure the reading list only contains E-books and other E-material.
Give accessibility to supervisors: make sure that teachers who are comfortable with being online are involved.
Don’t produce amateur multi media: use multi media with caution and make sure that all multi media is of high quality production.
Develop new teaching methods
Web 2.0 and collaborative teaching tools…