Does 21st Century teaching necessarily implies digitization of teaching?
A Coggle Diagram about What does digitization mean in the UL classroom?
, Digital strands ( (which other initiatives? ), Digital humanities initiatives, Media Strands in Master Multi-Learn, Courses on Enhancing digital teaching skills
* and Collaborative e-learning initiatives e.g. Trondheim), ( and ), UL = already a digitized university, Technologies are useful if they help the teaching, not just for the sake of them, Technologies are important for the students
They are part of their social reality
Digital competencies are important for employability, engage student in distance learning with groups from other universities e.g. Georgetown/Berkeley
, engage in distance research collaboration for learning, engage students in producing digital content , and Can we compete with MOOCS at other (prestigious) universities? Or should we think in a different way about digitization? Are we already digitized? In what ways?