The Digitalization Initiative

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The Digitalization Initiative (in Swedish, Digitaliseringsuppdraget) studies what incentives and needs Malmö University’s staff and students have in relation to working digitally, both regarding digital tools and processes. The aim is to create a strategy for how digitalization can improve the quality of education, research, collaboration and internationalization, in accordance with Malmö University’s Strategy 2022. The initiative is headed by Andreas Jacobsson, Dean of Malmö University's Faculty of Technology of Society.[1]

Advisory Board for Digitalization

The Advisory Board for Digitalization sets the framework of what the Digitalization Initative should focus on. The chair of the advisory board is Andreas Jacobsson. Its members include the heads of the University Library, the Communications Department, IT Service, and the director for the Center for Teaching and Learning (AKL). The advisory board works closely to three reference groups, focusing on education, research, and extramural collaboration.[1]

Related regional, national and international initiatives

Select activities

Presented in reverse chronological order.

During 2018, the Digitalization Initiative took part in arranging lectures, seminars and events on the theme of digitalization.[3]

Official documents (rektorsbeslut etc)

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