BLINK Learning Hub

BLINK Learning Hub

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What is BLINK Learning Hub?

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What is BLINK Learning Hub?

BLINK mainly offers support for educators. Some of our recourses are also available for students, like our Podcast studio at Dragvoll. 

Do you have an issue or a practical challenge related to teaching, and are uncertain of exactly where to start? We coordinate practical support for development of education for humanities and social science at NTNU. The university has a lot of different support systems, and it could be difficult to find the right one. We offer a dynamic support service, adapted to your needs.

On this page you will find information about how you can use BLINK, how to book and access our resources, and how to contact us.


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Podcast is a popular medium for educators and students. BLINK can help you get started, and assist in planning and production of your podcast.

Podcast studio

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Available equipment

Project and application support

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Project and application support

Do want to apply for funding, or do you need help building a good support structure around your education project?

Do you have an idea and need help getting to the next step?


Project modelling


Building your support environment


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BLINK can help you access resources like rooms and equipment, as well as technical and practical training and support at different levels.

Basic training



Digital education

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Digital education

BLINK can assist in the planning of different types of digital teaching and learning activities. We are also familiar with hybrid settings, where students are participating both digitally and physically on campus.

Practical training

Digital lectures

Digital seminars and colloquia

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Please contact us with open queries, or if you need help with spesific issues.
You can reach us through

BLINK is a network organization, centered around a partner group with representatives from the Faculty of Humanities (HF), the Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences (SU), the NTNU University Library, the Section for Educational development (UniPed), and the NTNU IT department.

BLINK is working within an extensive network of relevant expert groups and support services all over NTNU, like the Multimedia centre and the NTNU Section for teaching and learning, and ResearchData@NTNU.

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