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E-learning project fund

Each year, the University of Southern Denmark allocates funding for projects that support the development of e-learning and contribute to implementation of the underlying principle of education which is Active Teaching & Learning.

The supported projects have already contributed to valuable knowledge about the potentials of e-learning. 

Apply for the E-learning Project Fund 2021
During 2020 it will be possible to apply for funding for e-learning projects that contribute to the implementation of the underlying principle of education - Active Teaching & Learning - at your faculty. 

The funds will be allocated to selected e-learning projects that are application oriented and pedagogically wellfounded. 

Read more about the E-learning Project Fund in Opslaget for E-læringsprojektpuljen 2021 (only in Danish). 

The deadline for submission of applications will be 2 November 2020

Potential applicants are asked to contact one of SDUs e-learning consultants before submitting the application.

 

The projects listed below were granted funds for e-learning projects in previous years.

E-learning Project Fund 2020

Fac

Contact person

Topic

TEK

Henrik Skov Midtiby

Classroom shared drawing – et tegnebaseret student response system

NAT

Karin Hjernø

Feedbackpack

SUND-TEK

Thiusius Rajeeth Savarimuthu

VIOLA - Virtuel Okulær Læringsplatform

TEK

Diane Bastien

Development of a web app for supporting active learning: Characterizing the indoor environmental quality

E-learning Project Fund 2019

Fac

Contact person

Topic

SUND - TEK

Saifuddin Khalid  and
Fei Yu

VR and AR technology blend for cross-location teaching ......

SUND

Claire Gudex

Academic writing in English: e-Tools for developing writing skills in the health sciences

SAM

Marianne Storgaard 

Udvikling af portfolio-undervisning og -eksamen

SAM

Zhiru Sun

Design effective learning groups in a flipped statistic course

NAT

Alexander H. Teusch

Reducing exam anxiety by the implementation of continous evaluation via e-learning tools

TEK - SAM

Flemming Nissen

Praktisk erfaring med markedet 

TEK- SAM

Diane Bastien

Development of a database for supporting research-based learning activities.

E-learning Project Fund 2018

Fac

Contact person

Topic

SUND

Ole Graumann

Virtual reality til basal klinisk ultralyd færdighedstræning af medicinstuderende

SUND

Arja Aro

Online self-study tool for the Public Health Ethics course

HUM

Catherine E. Brouwer

Bedre sammenhæng i uddannelse: Cases på tværs af discipliner

HUM

Christian Høgel

Blended learning i klassisk græsk

TEK

Gunver Majgaard

Design af video tutorials i ingeniøruddannelsen

TEK

Charlotte Petersen

Blackboard understøttet projektvejledning

TEK

Torben Worm

Flipped learning Online Cases and Simulation (FLOCS)

TEK

Lone Borgersen

 

Problemorienteret projektarbejde - et online kursus

E-learning Project Fund 2017

Fac

Contact person

Topic

SAM

Zhiru Sun

Flip and Introductory Statistic Course

TEK

Andrea Valente

SampleMe

TEK

Henrik Skov Midtiby

Udvikling af interaktive opgaver til første års undervisningen i matematik på ingeniøruddannelserne

TEK

Lone Borgersen

Enabling Active Learning in Large Classes: Enhancing the Learning Space with Blended Learning

 TEK

Christian Hammerich

Virtual reality som e-læringsplatform

SAM

Kristin B. Munksgaard

Marketing - Udvikling af MCQ til nyt fællesfag

 SAM

Marianne Storgaard

Gamification i ledelsesudviklingen

 SAM

Torben Dall Schmidt

Anvendelse af Screeen Annotations i Screencasts og Toolboxes

E-learning Project Fund 2016

Fac

Contact person

Topic

SDUB

Kirstin Remvig

B!NKO 2.0 - A tool for developing students’ information competence 

TEK

Kathrine Bisgaard Christensen (Department of Chemical Eng., Biotechnology and Environmental Tech.) 

On- and offline laboratory safety 

SAMF 

Dennis van Liempd (Department of Entrepreneurship and Relationship Management)

Blended learning with Flipped Classroom as a tool for securing relevance and quality of the course in external accounts offered in bachelor programmes across the 5 campus

SUND

Hanne Kaae Christensen

Shared Nordic cultural exchange through teaching and supervision at Master programmes in Occupational Therapy and Activity Studies 

TEK

Søren Jensen (SDU Innovation and Design Engineering)

Flipping an IPR course


Contact person

Topic

SDUB

Kirstin Remvig

B!NKO 2.0 - A tool for developing students’ information competence 

TEK

Kathrine Bisgaard Christensen (Department of Chemical Eng., Biotechnology and Environmental Tech.) 

On- and offline laboratory safety 

SAMF 

Dennis van Liempd (Department of Entrepreneurship and Relationship Management)

Blended learning with Flipped Classroom as a tool for securing relevance and quality of the course in external accounts offered in bachelor programmes across the 5 campus

SUND

Hanne Kaae Christensen

Shared Nordic cultural exchange through teaching and supervision at Master programmes in Occupational Therapy and Activity Studies 

TEK

Søren Jensen (SDU Innovation and Design Engineering)

Flipping an IPR course