Research and networks
You can get access to many different platforms regarding higher education teaching and learning activities. Here are some examples.
Networks, journals, research, etc.
SUHF (The Association of Swedish Higher Education Institutions) External link, opens in new window. Recommendations about goals for qualifying courses in higher education pedagogy.
The Association of Swedish Higher Education Institutions External link, opens in new window. considers the external interests of universities and university colleges and works internally on issues where co-ordination is needed.
Swednet External link, opens in new window. is a national network that aims to promote educational development in higher education, supports collaboration and the sharing of experiences and organises an annual conference.
ICED External link, opens in new window. - The International Consortium for Educational Development, promotes educational and academic development in higher education world-wide.
Högre utbildning External link, opens in new window. is a scholarly electronic journal that is freely available following the principle of Open Access. The journal's overall purpose is to support the development of knowledge relevant for teaching and education at universities and other higher education institutions.
CeUL's newsletter External link, opens in new window. (The Centre for the Advancement of University Teaching) comprises short summaries of relevant articles from higher education teaching and learning and subject didactic journals and is issued seven times a year.
Pedagogeeks External link, opens in new window. is an online TV programme produce by The Centre for the Advancement of University Teaching at Stockholm University (Ceul). Teaching and learning is discussed here based on a connection to selected research articles. Some examples below.
Higher education teaching and learning Podcast
Four higher education institutions have come together to create a podcast. Key people check out a specific theme during each episode. Available where you can download podcasts. Four episodes of the podcast. External link.
The below podcast episode investigates the theme of education for sustainable development.
Klara Bolander Laksov and Max Scheja discuss the eight dimensions of teaching.
Klara Bolander Laksov, Cecilia Lundholm and Maria Öhrstedt discuss the obstacles to and what facilitates students’ learning.
Klara Bolander Laksov and Tom Angelo discuss conditions for how university teachers can contribute to the development of motivating students.