How did the student-teacher communication function when teachers and students left the physical classrooms and moved into digital ones in March 2020?
Innovation and Frustration Surveys, carried out by Centre on Experiential Legal Learning (CELL) at the University of Oslo among law students and academic teachers across all disciplines nationally, show both innovation and frustration. In their talk at the new NUAS-communication webinar, Professor Malcolm Langford and student leader Nicole Versland from CELL will share findings from their research and leadership of the Norwegian national Facebood group “Digital dugnad i høyere utdanning – Digital Teaching for Higher Education“, with the focus on new forms of interaction and remaining psycho-social challenges.
After the presentation, there will be room for questions and discussion.
About: Professor Malcolm Langford is the head of CELL, a Centre for Excellence in. This year Professor Langford was awarded the University of Oslo Student Parliament Education Prize and in 2019 the University of Oslo Annual Teaching Prize.
The event is free of charge and open to all NUAS members. Please use the event registration form to reserve your place.