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Samfunnsinformatikk/ Social Informatics


This Wiki is for you who is going to start lecturing in Social Informatics and want to have a look at what other people have done as for the "how to teach Social Informatics" or just want to collect different lecturing resources for your students, and for you who is a student and are looking for different presentations on some of the topics of SI. Most of the stuff here are in Norwegian only, but you`ll also find lectures and references in English. Feel free to use everything here as you see fit, and be welcomed to contribute if you want to. This Wiki started as an experimental repository for resources used within the undergraduate course of Social Informatics at Nesna University College, and some of the podcasts and YouTube videos are only "triggers" and "reminders" which might make sense in the specific context it was made, but not necessarily as standalone resources. This Wiki was last updated with new resources on the 5th of January 2015, and is used as a tool within the concept of flipped classroom.


A student page has been established for thoughts, comments and resources contributed by students and others who wish to participate. The references are mainly in Norwegian. There are links to other social informatics wikis, Blogs and Web pages.

Unless otherwise stated, all resources are either made by (marked with pag), or collected by, me. This symbol  indicates that the resources are located outside of the various sites administered by me.


This resource page was evaluated and accepted by Intute for listing on their web page on resources for education and research in Social Sciences - subject: Social Informatics. Evaluating institutions: University of Bristol in partnership with the University of Birmingham, UK



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 A Social Informatics Lecture Site from Per A. Godejord

Last updated: 05.01.2015


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