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Lisbeth Amhag

  • PhD Education
  • Senior Lecturer
  • Malmo University Faculty of Education
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Research interests

Peer learningMobile learningDistance EducationComputer-supported collaborative learning

About

Lisbeth Amhag, is Senior Lecturer and PhD in Education/e-Learning at the Faculty of Learning and Society at Malmö University, Sweden. Since 2002 Lisbeth has served as a university teacher, course leader and examiner/assessor both at further education of teachers as well as in courses on the graduate and undergraduate levels in the discipline of Education at distance and on campus. Furthermore she has been active in postdoctoral research within the field of computer-supported collaborative learning and distance education. She has published several national and international peer reviewed articles, book chapters and conference papers about computer-supported collaborative learning, formative peer assessment processes and interactive mobile webinars online and web based examinations at distance. Lisbeth received Malmö University Teaching Award 2010 with students' motivation to be "competent, serious and challenging". Previously, Lisbeth worked as a nursing teacher, media teacher, television journalist and web editor. http://forskning.mah.se/en/id/luliam

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Editorships

Pedagogisk forskning i Sverige (Journal of Educational research in Sweden)

Editor

2013 - Present

Publications (4)

  • Learner centered experiences with flipped classroom and mobile online webinars in distance higher education program

    • Amhag L
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  • High school students' argument patterns in online peer feedback

    • Amhag L
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  • High school students' argument patterns in online peer feedback

    • Amhag L
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  • Collaborative learning as a collective competence when students use the potential of meaning in asynchronous dialogues

    • Amhag L
    • Jakobsson A
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    28Citations
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Professional experience

Senior Lecturer

Malmo University Faculty of Education

July 2002 - Present