SALTO is engaged in various research activities to develop, investigate and evaluate cross-campus, cross-university and hybrid solutions, with respect to the applied pedagogy, space and technology.
A new Education Spaces Framework to Define Interactive and Collaborative Practices over the Physical-Hybrid-Virtual Continuum framework, is under development as a cooperation between Delft University of technology and NTNU.
We are proud to receive financial support for an extention of the SALTO research from "Fremtidens Campus NTNU". This is a research and development program that follows NTNU's work with (cross-)campus development and will through original research contributions be able to contribute with useful input to this process.
The working title of the extended research is "SALTOmortale" with Dag Atle Lysne as the project manager for the allocated research team. Please participate in our research if you are attending a cross-campus course within healthcare.
The MCT joint master is the living lab and testbed for SALTO. The Portal concept contains a vast selection of administrative strategies, pedagogical methodes and technologies for sharing resources, interaction, collaboration and communication between UiO and NTNU.
On these pages we will present our research team and our partners
Digital competence for future-oriented education
The Digitalisation of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Sharing and diversity
This project aims to develop highly efficient cross-campus learning spaces and spaces for teachers sharing of experiences and learning resources.