Projects per year
Leder of the research group is Associale Professor, Lars Birch Andreasen, firstname.lastname@example.org
The L-ILD – IT and Learning Design – research group sets out to rethink the processes involved in learning through IT, focusing on the opportunities presented by IT for informing and facilitating learning and for strengthening creativity and innovation. The research group belongs to the Department of Culture and Learning at AAU and brings together a number of the country’s leading researchers in IT, learning and didactics.
Digitalisation and the internet have become important factors in societal change and are highly prioritised in educational systems around the world. As well as doing pure research, L-ILD cooperates with external partners to conduct both action research and practice research into IT, learning and didactics, with a particular focus on IT in primary schools and in higher education.
The group’s research addresses technologically intensive learning environments in relation to new modes of learning, formal and informal contexts, multi-modality and interaction, which are central to innovation in the educational sector, in businesses, and in a variety of organisations.
The activities of the research group are anchored at the Aalborg University campuses in Copenhagen and Aalborg, and the researchers have laboratory facilities available in both Copenhagen and Aalborg.
L-ILD members in Copenhagen participate in the ‘ILD-LAB – Research lab for IT and Learning Design’ in conjunction with the ‘KILD – Communication, IT and Learning Design’ group from the Department of Communication and Psychology.
L-ILD members in Aalborg conduct research and cooperate with other groups in ’X-LAB – Design, Learning and Innovation’.
- The Faculty of Humanities - Professor with Specific Responsibilities
- Department of Culture and Learning - Professor with Specific Responsibilities
- L-ILD - IT and Learning Design
- ILD-LAB – Research lab for IT and Learning Design
- The Center for Applied Game Research
Community Drive: Community Drive: Teaching Children And Young People To Transform Cities Through Community And Data-driven Methods
Magnussen, R., Mechlenborg, M., Pedersen, D. B., Stjernfelt, F., Larsen, B., Misfeldt, M., Ejsing-Duun, S., Hanghøj, T., Andersen, H. T., Christensen, T. H., E. Mogensen, P., Pedersen, J. M., Neergaard, M. D., Rasmussen, L. L. L. M. M., Rusmann, A., Hvillum, L. S. Ø., Fog, H. S., Reng, L. & Saddiqa, M.
01/05/2018 → 30/04/2021
Research Output per year
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Book chapter › Research › peer-review
Research output: Book/Report › Book › Research › peer-review
A Designerly Approach as a Foundation for School Children's Computational Thinking Skills While Developing Digital GamesBrooks, E., 2020, Proceedings of the Interaction Design and Children Conference, IDC 2020. Association for Computing Machinery, p. 87-95 9 p.
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Article in proceeding › Research › peer-review
Meyer, Bente (Recipient), Michael Peter Jensen (Recipient), Henriette Vognsgaard (Recipient), Jacob Christensen (Recipient) & Miloud Yousfi (Recipient), 2017
Prize: Conference prizes
Activities per year
Lisa Gjedde (Participant)
Activity: Attending an event › Conference organisation or participation
Lisa Gjedde (Lecturer)
Activity: Talks and presentations › Guest lecturers