SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Antonia Scholkmann

Antonia B. Scholkmann is an Associate Professor within Organizational Development and Learning Organizations at Aalborg University, Department of Culture and Learning. Her research comprises aspects of learning on the individual and organizational level in higher and further education and beyond; a special focus of her work is dedicated to the research of Problem-based Learning (PBL) as a blueprint for educational change.

Woei Hung

Woei Hung is currently a professor and graduate director of the Instructional Design and Technology Program at the University of North Dakota. He is a former chair and program chair of the Problem-based Education SIG in the American Educational Research Association, as well as an executive board member and treasurer of the PAN PBL Association of Problem-Based Learning and Active Learning Methodologies. His research areas focus on problem-based learning (PBL), project-based learning, team-based learning, problem design, complex problem solving, types and difficulty levels of problems, systems thinking and modeling, concept mapping and formation, and creativity. He has published numerous journal articles, book chapters, and edited books in the areas of PBL problem and curriculum design, and the effects of PBL in enhancing students’ higher order thinking skills, instructional technology and strategies, and creativity. He is a co-editor of the Wiley Handbook of Problem-based Learning.

Lise Busk Kofoed

Lise Busk Kofoed is Professor Emeritus at Aalborg University and has been Head of Departments for more than 10 years and been very keen on supporting and securing the PBL approach. Primary research interests are within the fields of technological and organizational changes and innovation with special focus on learning processes in interdisciplinary environments. Particularly interested in Problem Based Learning processes using new digital media and how it will influence the design of new PBL based learning activities e.g. blended learning and the use of purposive game development in a virtual PBL context (Center for Applied Game Research).

Lars Birch Andreasen

Lars Birch Andreasen is Associate Professor of Interaction in Virtual Learning Environments at the Department of Learning and Philosophy, Aalborg University (AAU), Copenhagen, Denmark. His research interests include collaborative and dialogic learning, social media and new technologies, higher education pedagogy, virtual learning environments, massive open online courses (MOOCs), research methods in social science and humanities, information literacy, problem-based learning and project work.

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AUGUST 17th – 19th 2021

AALBORG, DENMARK
Hosted by Aalborg University
Organized in conjunction with IRSPBL 2021