The (delightfully) macabre stories of host behavior manipulations by parasites

Are you truly the master of your own behaviors? This lecture presents some examples that may make you think twice! I presented this lecture to acquire the title of Docent in Biology from the Lund University, Sweden. The aim was for my peers to judge my teaching competences, and for me to convey a message … Continue reading The (delightfully) macabre stories of host behavior manipulations by parasites


Teaching Symbiosis in Yaoundé, Cameroon

I went to Cameroon to develop international relationships with potential local collaborators. I visited the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and the Congo Basin Institute (CBI, affiliated to UCLA in USA), which are two well-implanted Institutes in the Yaoundé region. And I visited the University of Yaounde 1, department of animal biology, to give … Continue reading Teaching Symbiosis in Yaoundé, Cameroon


That is it! The ONL191 came to an end, and although I did miss the last week of the course due to busy field work in another country, I still think I did take as much as I could from the course. I registered to the course in the Fall 2018 with the idea in … Continue reading Reflecting


Online group-learning

My attitude in a group situation Group-work is always a challenge. The ONL course and the group-work it requires are no exception. But I like a good challenge, don’t you? I like the feeling of completing challenging tasks, this feeling of achievement after putting so much effort into the completion. But let’s get honest, I … Continue reading Online group-learning

PBL-group5 : What makes online group-work work?

Thank you all for participating in our Topic3 group-work by filling in the Mentimeter questionnaires. Please have a look at the results and our interpretations of them here: And do not hesitate to let us know what you think of the results by filling in the last column of our padlet! PBL-Group5! Check out […]

Policies and Digital literacy

Each member of our group had to individually Investigate and later Share ideas/findings on a digital white board called Flinga. Flinga is a collaborative platform with integrated, engaging, and pedagogical activities. The platform registers all answers/ideas in a completely anonymous way (unless you write down your name). It is easy to use, colorful, and worked fine […]

Zoom in the IT world

For the second week for the ONL course, we had to put ourselves in the shoes of someone joining an online course for the very first time. The perspective of learning is exciting, but that of having to use unfamiliar online technologies is also slightly scary. This scenario was a well-chosen topic for getting into … Continue reading Zoom in the IT world

Week 1

Hi everyone! My name is Anne DUPLOUY, I am a researcher at the Lund University. I have created this Blog to follow my own learning experience during a pedagogical course: the open networked learning #ONL191 The course aims at teaching me, and others, about online learning. I will be required to use social media, … Continue reading Week 1