Background and activities

My main research areas are university-industry collaboration in IT education, employability and career readiness, computer supported collaborative learning, technology enhanced learning, computer supported cooperative work, and reflective learning. In SFU Excited (Centre for Excellent IT Education) I am vice director and lead of the project "Career Readiness". Much of my research after finalizing my PhD degree has been in connection with the 7FP EU-project MIRROR on reflective learning in the workplace, in which I had a coordinating role related to theory/model building. I am chair of UDIT (The Norwegian Conference on Didactics in IT education), which is part of the annual Norwegian IT conference.

Teaching (current and prior) includes collaboration technology, project work, software development.

My educational background is a Master and PhD degree from NTNU Dept. of Computer and Information Science. I also have a Master in Education from the University of Oslo. I have been working as a researcher at SINTEF and teaching staff at NITH (currently Westerdals Oslo ACT).

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications