• Universitetsvej 1, 40.2

    DK-4000 Roskilde

    Danmark

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Personlig profil

Forskning

Jørgen Lerche Nielsen is Associate Professor of ICT and Learning at Roskilde University. He is doing research in designing networked problem-based learning processes, on learning processes in communities of practice, blended learning, collaborative learning, students’ activities in group work, and the roles of the professor as supervisor for study groups in their learning processes, and change processes within higher education.

For more than 20 years he has been part of the web based cross-institutional Master’s program in ICT & Learning, a collaboration among four Universities in Denmark. He is teaching at Communication at the Department of Communication and Arts (DCA).

He has taken part in a EU Minerva supported project CLIENT – Collaborative learning in an International Environment, a collaboration between Roskilde University, Denmark, Salford University, UK, Maastricht, The Netherlands, and Tromsø, Norway.

His recent publications include book chapters in Exploring the Theory, Pedagogy and Practice of Networked Learning (Springer, 2012), in Increasing Student Engagement and Retention using Mobile Applications: Smartphones, Skype and Texting Technologies (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013), in Situated Design Methods (MIT Press, 2014), in Democratizing Higher Education: International Comparative Perspectives (Routledge 2015), and an article in the new peer-reviewed online Journal of Problem Based Learning in Higher Education (2013, vol. 1, no. 1).

 

Uddannelse (Akademiske kvalifikationer)

Cand. Mag Samfundsfag og Historie, Københavns Universitet

1 sep. 196930 jun. 1975

Dimissionsdato: 30 jun. 1975

Emneord

  • Pædagogik, Læring, Uddannelse
  • IKT og læring
  • Netbaseret kollaborativ læring
  • Projektarbejde - metoder og didaktik
  • Organisationskommunikation
  • sociale medier, relationer, strategi, dialog, netværk, relationsstrategi, branding
  • sociale interventioner