23 Feb 2023
There is a before and an after ChatGPT
The AI chat can answer questions, translate, write code, or write an exciting short story. The possibilities fascinate and perhaps worry some, but what is ChatGPT really about?
27 Jan 2023
The potential impact of AI tools on assessment
Three main options for considering AI writing tools in assessment
26 Jan 2023
Lund University now holds a license for the TorTalk app
TorTalk is a speech synthesiser for which the university has held computer licenses for many years. Now the app is also available. This increases accessibility, since you can now h...
20 Jan 2023
AI forces teachers to change the way courses are examined
Academic misconduct has increased with about 200% during the past covid years. As a precaution Lund University has started a project to prevent deception and misleading in examinat...
11 Jan 2023
Prepared and engaged students in seminars
Engaging students during seminars is a common challenge for higher education teachers. Learning is always the outcome of the students’ activity, and teachers can only facilitate, e...
22 Nov 2022
New course on Digital Technology in your Course and Programme Design
A short workshop series to critically review the use of digital tools in teaching.
18 Oct 2022
Our central unit for teaching support now in place
Digital tools and teaching are the focus of a new unit aimed at coordinating and developing assistance, support and training for learning environments
20 Sep 2022
Blended learning: Planning teaching methods for active student participation
How can you start creating meaningful digital activities for students that help them progress in their learning?
18 Aug 2022
A new semester and new students – and now our student website is in English!
Let your students know we have articles and guides on digital study techniques at campusonline.lu.se designed to help them handle technology and study in the new normal.
17 Aug 2022
What is most important for students in the digital learning environment?
Perhaps we course lecturers can use digital technology to become better at giving feedback and providing a clearer structure to our courses? Maybe digitisation gives us a golden op...