• Thomas Manns Vej 25

    9220 Aalborg Øst



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Thomas Ryberg is Professor of PBL and digital learning and director of Institute for Advanced Study in PBL (IAS PBL). His primary research interests are within the fields of Networked Learning and Problem Based Learning (PBL). In particular, he is interested in Problem Based Learning, and how new media and technologies transform our ways of thinking about and designing for networked and hybrid Learning. 

He is co-chair of the International Networked Learning Conference (https://www.networkedlearning.aau.dk/) and co-editor of the Springer book series ‘Research in Networked Learning’. He has participated in European and international research projects and networks (EQUEL, Kaledioscope, COMBLE, PlaceMe, EATrain2, ODEdu), and in development projects in South East Asia and Latin America (VISCA, VO@NET, ELAC). He was recently engaged in the PBL future project which is developing new directions for PBL in a digital age.


  • Communication and Informatics
  • human computer interaction
  • Communication Theory
  • CSCW
  • Design af Human Computer Interaction
  • Distance Educatiion
  • HCI
  • IKT i organisationer
  • Media Cultures
  • user environment design
  • virtual workspaces
  • Social Software
  • Web 2.0
  • Social Media
  • Networked Learning
  • Pedagogics and Learning
  • didaktik
  • distributed learning
  • kreativitet og læring
  • Media Pedagogy
  • pædagogik
  • PBL
  • Practice learning
  • projekt organiseret og problem baseret læring
  • Udvikling/omlægning af uddannelsesforløb
  • Youth Cultures
  • Education
  • forskning og udvikling i universitets- og erhvervspædagogik
  • Research methodologies
  • problem baseret læring
  • samspil imellem uddannelse , forskning og erhverv
  • ungdomsuddannelse
  • work based learning


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