Four open practices of OER use into curriculum

Topic 2 – To MOOC or not to MOOC

Integrating MOOCS in traditionally taught courses The first acquaintance I had with open and online educational resources (OER) dates back years ago in the form of a MOOC. MOOC stands for Massive Open Online Courses (Bralic & Divjak, 2018). MOOCs are online courses open to all who have access to an internet connection and are […]

Open Learning — Sharing and Openness

Digital tools for teaching and learning are almost a need in the contemporaneous classroom. Education is in superficiem, a communication process, therefore its ontology is strongly influenced by the technological evolution of the media [1]. The inclusion of new technologies in the teaching process has motivated that high profile educational institutions to create online coursesContinue reading “Open Learning — Sharing and Openness”


Online participation and digital literacies

This image reflects my feelings about online participation and the visitor-resident continuum. Either it is the scariest thing I have done: leaving a perfectly good aeroplane, safe and secure, to experience the rush and exhilaration of open online participation. Or it is an exciting journey into the open wide world with no safety net! As […]

Let’s get digital!

“I’m sure you’ll understand my point of viewWe know each other mentally” Like the catchy phrase in the song physical by Olivia Newton John , the first topic of the ONL192 was about online participation and digital literacies, or in other words, about become a digital user, the consequences and responsibilities in our daily physical […]


Topic 1 Online participation & digital literacies

My digital citizen journey As a forty-something-year-old I belong to the Millennials according to the following classification (in another classification I belong to the Generation X).  Source: I’m of a generation who made school reports on a typewriter. I even wrote reports by hand. And I remember my first time on a computer; 1986. We […]


Connecting week

The last week I have connected with my PBL group. It was really nice to meet and see who where part of my group. I think we have a good diversity in various professions. For the connecting week I was the topic leader. I had to coordinate our group presentation to share with the community. … Fortsätt läsa Connecting week

My First Blog Post

“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea” — Antoine Marie Jean-Baptiste Roger, comte de Saint-Exupéry, author of Le Petit Prince. In this blog I’m going to share […]

About me

I’m a researcher and lecturer in Machine Learning and Big Data Analytics at Arcada UAS. My research interests are computer vision, reinforcement learning, philosophy of artificial intelligence, quantum computing among many other areas. More here…