Learning Spaces of tomorrow
Dr. Isa Jahnke examines whether technology is user-friendly and helps educators envision the future of creative technology-enhanced learning. https://mizzouadvantage.missouri.edu/project/featured-profile-isa-jahnke/ A specialist in user experience studies, Jahnke studies how...
The text below is from an interview with Professor Isa Jahnke, Umea University, 2012. The original article can be found here: https://www.umu.se/english/research/popular-science/researcher-profiles/isa-jahnke Read also the Swedish research portrait...
From interaction to crossaction... Under the premise that the digital world is a new form of multiple communication spaces, with many different layers, the book argues that human action in such a networked world is not only grounded in interactions, but rather on multiple crossactions within and...
Peter Hinssen (2010) created the idea of approaching a "New Normal" at the example of societal processes in a digital world. Following this idea, we (Anders Norberg and Isa Jahnke) question whether higher education and schools do also approach a new normality in some years or not. Does education...
Abstracts to our research projects can be found here: iPad-Didactics in schools and higher education Mobile Learning Creative Learning Rethinking Blended Learning (is there any unblended learning?)
We -- some members of TUV/IML department, Umeå university -- wrote a conceptual paper for a research and teaching center for mobile learning. This paper is based on input and feedback given by Peter Bergström, Krister Lindwall, Leif Marklund, Eva Mårell-Olsson, Fredrik...
IML group -- TUV department / Umeå University - is on the way to initiate a new Research and Teaching Center for Mobile Learning (Mobile Learning Lab). In this presentation emerging problems in the Social Media World are described and new research questions regarding ICT and media in...
ContactDr. Isa Jahnke
University of Missouri
School of Information Science and Learning Technologies (SISLT, iSchool)
Director of Research for the IELab