This is the final reflection for the ONL course, a journey that we started a few months back. Thinking back, I have got to know new people and learned from them as well as with them how to use for instance technology, online environments and problem based learning in my teaching. In this course we had a practical, hands-on mentality. Therefore, the most explicit things that I can take with me from this course are concrete tools and ways to work that we tested in our PBL group. One of the most beneficial things in taking part in this course is that now I have actually taken part in an problem based online course by myself and now in practice some of the difficulties/challenges it may have, but also some of the benefits. I feel that this enables me as teacher to facilitate this type of courses better as I have a similar experience myself. Furthermore, we tested different kinds of presentation tools (mostly Miro but also Canva) both tools I have never used before, but I truly think I will be using those in the future. Miro worked super well for us also during ideation phase and during our discussions. We also tried out some nice innovation/ideation methods that were cool and I think I’ll be using those in the future. I would like to thank Ben in our group, who was super by introducing us some of the tools. On a more abstract level, I think that speaking with new people and thinking together broadens one’s perspectives, makes us learn. This type of learning is more abstract and therefore I feel I cannot pinpoint on specific “things” I learned, rather I see this type of learning as something that incrementally builds upon the present knowledge and enables new understandings. All in all, I the ONL course has given me tools and understanding about how to create and facilitate a “good” online or blended course and I think I can utilize this in my upcoming courses.