Digital Learning and Work
Multidisciplinary Research Group at the University of Helsinki
DigIT (Digital Learning and Work) is a multidisciplinary research group at the Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Helsinki. It has started at the end of 2017. The group makes research on changes of work and learning where technology and digitization are centrally involved. Digital tools and novel digital objects are connected to transformations of work which require development of new practices and ways of organizing work, and reconciling them to existing practices. Theoretically and methodologically the DigIT research group concentrates on changes of work and learning by drawing on different practice-based methodologies; especially on activity theory and pragmatism. We are interested in approaches where different kinds of tools and artefacts support human activities. Qualitative methods are stressed in relation to practice-based methodologies. We are affiliated to the CRADLE research community and the LECI expert group at the Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Helsinki.
DigIT research group at the WORK2019 conference
Postdoctoral researcher Liubov Vetoshkina and doctoral student Minna Vasarainen presented their papers at the WORK2019 Conference.
Seminar: A Formative Intervention in Second Language Teacher Educators’ Pedagogical Practices: In Search of Evidence of Expansive Learning
PhD candidate Osmith Vides Contreras (from University of Canterbury, New Zealand) is visiting DigIT research group. There will be a seminar...
Nordic ISCAR 2019 in Trondheim
DigIT researchers took part in the Nordic ISCAR Conference in Trondheim 18-20 June 2019.
Sami Paavola - opponent at Sanna Ruhalahti's doctoral defense
Assosiate Professor Sami Paavola served as an opponent at Sanna Ruhalahti's doctoral thesis "Redesigning a Pedagogical Model for Scaffolding...
A visitor from Peking University in China
Shuling Li is a doctoral student from Graduate School of Education of Peking University in China. Currently, she is a visiting student at Center...