Keynote 1

Digitale Didaktische Designs in CrossActionSpaces


As web-enabled mobile technologies become increasingly integrated into formal learning environments, a new kind of classroom emerge: CrossActionSpaces. These spaces can be characterized as informal-in-formal spaces in which learning takes place across traditional in person or online boundaries. Under these new circumstances, the questions are: how to design for learning with technologies (and not learning from technologies)? In this keynote, Isa Jahnke presents the approach of Digital Didactical Designs (DDD) that aims to develop deep and meaningful teaching and learning designs-in-practices with technologies. DDD can be applied to design, develop and evaluate educational online and blended learning practices. Examples of online and blended learning classes will be illustrated.


Prof. Dr. Isa Jahnke

Director of Research for the Information Experience Lab

University of Missouri


221F Townsend Hall
Columbia, MO 65211


Telefon: 573884/1568



Prof. Dr. Isa Jahnke is Director of Information Experience Lab and Associate Professor of Information Science and Learning Technologies, University of Missouri-Columbia, USA. She was Professor of Interactive Media and Learning at Umeå University, Sweden (2011-2016) and Assistant Professor at TU Dortmund, Center for Research on Higher Education (2008-2011). Funded projects include creativity in higher education “DaVinci” (BMBF, 2008-2011), Digital Didactical Designs (Swedish Research Council, 2014-2015) and Learning Expeditions: students as co-designers of learning (Interdisciplinary Innovations Fund MU, 2016-2017). In 2018, Prof. Jahnke received a U.S. National Science Foundation Award (Co-PI); the team investigates cybersecurity practices and develops online teaching/learning activities. She has 145 publications. Her expertise and research focus on sociotechnical-pedagogical design for human-centered learning, user experience studies, educational technology, and digital didactical designs toward deep-meaningful learning.

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