Description

In 2018, an ambitious cross-faculty research project titled “PBL future” was launched within Aalborg University (AAU). The aim of “PBL Future” is to develop research-based directions for problem- and project-based learning (PBL) and networked learning in AAU. In AAU PBL has been implemented as an institution-wide pedagogy since AAU’s inauguration in 1974 (Kolmos, Fink, & Krogh, 2004). The project aims to re-conceptualise how PBL and networked learning could operate in new formats, based on the core principles of PBL, while exploring and developing new digital approaches that operate in and open up for new hybrid PBL and networked learning models. In the project, there are five sub-projects addressing particular aspects in relation PBL and networked learning and in this round table we will discuss three of these in more depth:•Scenarios and future development in organisational change processes – methodologies and theoretical reflection•Emerging PBL Collaboration Skills for a Digital Age – students’ use of networked technologies in hybrid environments•PBL competence development of individual students (working with portfolio methods and digital tools)Within each of these three themes we shall discuss current findings, thinking, theories, questions, methodologies, but more importantly co-developing with the participant richer pictures of current knowledge and state-of-the-art in relation to the three themes
Period18 May 2020
Event titleTWELFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NETWORKED LEARNING: A RESEARCH-BASED CONFERENCE ON NETWORKED LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION, LIFELONG LEARNING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Event typeConference
LocationKolding, Denmark
Degree of RecognitionInternational