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DIAS Fellow within Human-centered IT such as, but not limited to, Digital Humanities, Educational AI, Human-centered AI, Designing for learning CT, IT-mediated Learning or Humanistic eScience, at The Faculty of Humanities, University of Southern Denmark

Human-centered IT is concerned with human perspectives on information technology. 

It is a broad field encompassing humanistic information science, human-computer interaction, social robotics, AI-ethics and more. Central to the faculty’s research within this broad field are the areas of :

  • Digital Humanities: investigation of how digital resources can be systematically utilized within the humanities and how humans experience and interact with such utilizations. 
  • Educational AI: design, study, and critique of the use of AI to support learning; including intelligent study plans; literacy development with Generative AI; and AI-supported resource use.
  • Human-centered AI: investigation and design of AI in interaction with humans, in consideration of personal, ethical, social and societal implications of AI and its use in diverse professional and societal settings.
  • Designing for learning Computational Thinking: development and study of learning designs to support learning Computational Thinking, understood as the critical, reflective use of algorithmic thinking to create IT artifacts and programs to live in the world today. 
  • IT-mediated Learning: development and study of learning designs that utilize IT as medium, platform, or environment for learning, in formal and informal settings, and in interaction also with physically based learning settings.
  • Humanistic eScience: employment of diverse digital methods for data analysis and data driven research within the humanities, including textual analysis, corpora studies, and investigation of communication on websites and social media.

For more information, please contact: 

Marianne Wolff Lundholt, 
Head of Department
Department of Design, Media and Educational Science
Contact information

Please contact Head of Department, at Department of Design, Media and Educational Science

Marianne Wolff Lundholt

Last Updated 01.12.2023