Category Archives: TEL and Collaboration

Workshop: By Dan Csontos: How to publish in top ranked scientific journals

40 participants at Dr. Dan Csontos’ Workshop, PhD-students, and PhDs, all enthusiastic. Good discussions on how to get your paper through the editor’s gate with elegantly formulated cover letters. If that does not work – appeal if necessary. Moreover we … Continue reading

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Paper Accepted for publication in Computer Assisted Language Learning journal

A paper named “Computer Assisted Language Learing in the Zone of Proximal Development” written by Petter Karlström (DSV) and Eva Lundin (Gothenburg University) has been accepted for publication in the Computer Assisted Language Learning Journal http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/09588221.asp .

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HMI-seminar

Welcome to a seminar with Åsa Harvard, PhD student in Cognitive science at Lund University and associate professor of Visual communication at K3, Malmö University College. The seminar is on Friday, April 15. at 12.00 in K2lab’s open space, 7th … Continue reading

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Licentiate seminar Johan Eliasson

Interaction design for mobile learners Design guidelines for location-based and contextual learning supported by mobile devices Respondent: Johan Eliasson Opponent: professor Mikael Wiberg, Uppsala universitet Examinator: professor Paul Johannesson, DSV Huvudhandledare: professor Robert Ramberg, DSV

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