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  • New research school to strengthen the digitization work of teacher education programs
    Jönköping University (JU), together with nine other Swedish universities, received SEK 40 million from the Swedish Research Council to develop a new research school. The money will be used to strengthen the teacher educators' ability to teach digital technologies in education. “Inspirational and evolving,” says Ylva Lindberg, head of research at the University of Learning and Communication (HLK) at Jönköping University, who has been the university's representative in the work on the application.
  • Academic freedom
    LeadMe researchers published a news paper article on academic freedom in Turkey.
  • Agreement with the Nordic network MultiLing
    The network based research group CCD and MultiLing have an agreement in place now.
  • LeaDME International conference 2020
    LeaDME, Learning, Digitalization, and Media International conference,
    13-15 February 2020 will be held in Mumbai, India.

  • Linnaeus-Palme Funding Received
    Funding was received under the Linnaeus-Palme programme for travel to support planning meetings between K. C. College and JU. 

Content updated 2019-10-01

Content updated 2018-12-07
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