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Research Activities

The research groups, associated with The Digital Society, are predominantly connected with one of the four research disciplines (DigiEd, DigiHealth, DigiTech and DigiWork). Several of the groups are interdisciplinary and consist of members from various faculties and across research disciplines. Please click on the menus below to see a complete list on our research groups and projects within The Digital Society (all research groups and projects are organized alphabetically). 

Research Groups

Research Projects

  1. Anaesthesia personnel`s experience with automated anaesthesia information management systems
  2. Arrowhead tools 
  3. Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Assessment for Learning (AfL) to Improve Learning and Teaching in 21st Century (AI4AfL)  
  4. Autism in the Digital Age: Social Media’s Impact and its Consequences for Stigma and Stereotypes (for Autistic Individuals) 
  5. A Virtual Reality Intervention for Children with Autism
  6. Critical Speed function and Automatic speed control function ahead of a dangerous road section (CriSP)
  7. Data science professionals – organisational affiliation, work and cooperation in public organisations
  8. Decision Support in Health Care using Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  9. Digitalisation in the child welfare services: how professionals and service users experience the use of digital and social media
  10. Digitalising welfare: The channel strategy in the Norwegian Labour and welfare administration (NAV)
  11. Digitalisation in higher education (DiHiEd) 
  12. Digitalisation in Viken County (DiVi)    
  13. Digitalization of healthcare services- nurses’, nursing teachers’ and nursing students’ acceptance and utilization in community healthcare services
  14. Dispatch-NASPP (Norwegian Acute Stroke Prehospital Project) 
  15. Enhanced Access to Norwegian Cultural Heritage using AI-driven Handwriting Recognition 
  16. Empowering Education for the Brave New Digital World
  17. Explorations in Learning Digital Competences and Programming 
  18. Exploring the effects of training and simulation in handling postpartum haemorrhage- the ExTraSim study
  20. Internet-Delivered Interventions for Patients with Depressive Disorder  
  21. Learning and Teaching in the ICTPED MOOC: Implications for design and further developments 
  22. Lost in digital translation: Ethnographic studies of welfare state assemblages in practice 
  23. MOOC entrepreneurs: an institutional entrepreneurship perspective on massive open online courses in higher education 
  24. pARTiciPED  
  25. Patients' experiences with digital health solutions 
  26. Person-centred practice and the use of technology in nursing homes – an intervention study to improve services and everyday life for older people living in nursing homes and their relatives, and healthcare personnel’s job satisfaction
  27. Productive4.0 
  28. Teachers’ Perspectives on Enhancing Professional Digital Competence by Participating in TeachMeets – Insights for Fostering Transformative Digital Agency 
  29. Tools and Signs in Massive Open Online Courses: Implications for Learning and Design 
  30. Reinforcing competence in cybersecurity of critical infrastructures: a Norway-US partnership
  31. Reminiscence Via Immersive Visual Experiences (REVIVE)
  32. Remote care: The experiences of nurses at municipal response centres regarding conversations with patients who have unclear needs 
  33. Remote management and monitoring of cancer patients in light of the COVID-19 pandemic- the CACOV study
  34. Smart, transparent and sustainable food supply chains
  35. State-of-the-art living labs
  36. The Bridge of Knowledge: digital technology in the coordination of specialist hospital and generalist municipal health and social care
  37. The digital ethnographers’ methods: participant observation, interviews and documents 
  38. The impact of digitalisation on municipalities and professionals  
  39. The Pandemic as Changemaker? The County Governors Digital Communication during the Pandemic 
  40. User-centred Security Framework for Social Robots in Public Space

Research Projects

  1. pARTiciPED: Empowering student teachers as agents of change in cross-sectorial collaborations using The Cultural Schoolbag (TCS) in Norway as learning platform 
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