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Hello there, Ann-Catrin Johansson!

Photo of the staff member Ann-Catrin Johansson.

Get to know Ann-Catrin Johansson, the new coordinator at the Unit for Educational Support since the beginning of the year. Ann-Catrin has previously worked as a librarian at LTH with a focus on teaching information literacy as well as reading and writing support for students. Over the next two years, Ann-Catrin will work to strengthen the forms of accessible and inclusive teaching through the project called "Att stärka formerna för tillgänglig och inkluderande undervisning". She will also continue her role as the system manager for Canvas.

Why did you want to work here at the Unit for Educational Support?

– Everyone working at the Unit for Educational Support has an incredible drive and commitment in several interesting areas. This drive and commitment are contagious, and I felt that I wanted to be a part of it to 100 %.

In what ways can you leverage your previous experiences in this job?

– Over the years, I have gotten to know many inspiring individuals from all our faculties and from various departments and organizations. I want to use this network to increase collaboration within Lund University.

Can you share a goal you have in your new position?

– I will work to ensure that all employees at Lund University are aware of the Unit for Educational Support, our web pages, and our services. I want all teaching teams to know that we are happy to come and meet them with tailored workshops.

Do you have any hidden talents?

– I'm excellent at baking gluten-free, nut-free, and almond-free treats. My favorite is a cardamon chocolate cake with orange truffle topping.

Read about the new accessibility project on the Staff Pages

Strong focus on accessible and inclusive teaching –