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Updated information about the new SH-StudyWeb

In the autumn of 2022, SH-StudyWeb will start using a new learning management system (LMS) and move from Itslearning to Canvas. Updated information will be available here.

You are now welcome to log into the Canvas SH-StudyWeb, so you can start familiarising yourself with the new LMS. On the start page you will find the material for independent study and three existing course rooms for inspiration.

You can access your own course room, called a sandbox, via the homepage for Canvas SH-StudyWeb. Only you can access to your sandbox, so you can test uploading material and creating a structure. If you want to reuse material from your sandbox, you can copy it to a ‘real’ course later on.

The university has not yet produced any of its own study material in English. Many higher education institutions in Sweden have used Canvas for years and produced good materials for independent study. Links to good study material are provided below. We recommend that you use these for learning about the new LMS. You can use the material when it suits you, independently or with your colleagues.

You are welcome to use the study material produced by Uppsala University (they call their LMS “Studium”).

If you need an information session about the basic functions in Canvas in English, please contact studiewebben@sh.se.

The Canvas homepage has three course rooms that you can use for inspiration when you build your own. They offer examples of how to create structures, so you can get started more quickly. You can watch the introduction films for these course rooms here.

At the moment these course rooms are only available in Swedish, but you can take a look around and use Google translate to read the content. We will also go through the example course rooms in the English workshops.

We recommend that English-speaking teachers attend the workshops in English.

When a course or programme instance is given a started/complete status in Ladok, a room is automatically created in Canvas.

The students can then access the course/programme rooms after registration.

We strongly recommend that you complete the material for independent study before you start using Canvas for course administrations.

The university has decided to save the content on the Itslearning SH-StudyWeb in an archive after the platform closes on 30 November 2022, so if you need to access material now in the current LMS you can do so via the archive. The archive will look exactly like the current LMS, all content will be saved and it will be available for two years. The only difference is that authorisation is limited to a few people.

You can start saving material from Itslearning now. Once you have started learning how to use Canvas, you can access your course rooms and start to publish the material on Canvas. You can save your content temporarily until then; we suggest you do so on your computer/OneDrive.

When can I start and where should I save the material I copy?

You can start saving material from Itslearning now. Once you have started learning how to use Canvas, you can access your course rooms and start to publish the material on Canvas. You can save your content temporarily until then; we suggest you do so on your computer/OneDrive.

Support staff at your academic school

There will be support staff at each academic school. They will learn about the new LMS and the study material before other members of staff, and function as an ambassador for the study materials, ensure that subjects get started on working together and be able forward issues to support. Support staff are not responsible for training or technical support. The project will offer support staff special training during the spring. Introductory sessions start in January 2022; support staff have received separate information about this.

School

Teachers

Administrators

NMT

Mattias Jacobsson
Pernilla Josefsson

Peter Platesjö
Auria Acosta Tomas

IKL

Kristy Beers Fägersten (English)
Carina Guyard (Media and Communication Studies)
Jonas Andersson Schwarz (Media and Communication Studies)
Helena Hill (Gender Studies)
Katarina Mattsson (Gender Studies)
Wilhelm Hansson (Rhetoric)
Väinö Syrjälä (Swedish)
Anna Rådström (Art History)
Åsa Arketeg (Aesthetics)
Ann-Sofie Lönngren (Comparative Literature)
Hans Ruin (Philosophy)
Ulrika Björk (Philosophy)
Martin Gunnarson (Centre for Studies in Practical Knowledge)
Carl Cederberg (Centre for Studies in Practical Knowledge)
Frej Persson (Study Support Unit)

Emil Sunnerfjell
Ingrid Gallagher
Eva Albinsson

ISV

Lars Ishäll (Psychology)
Love Bohman (Sociology)
Anders Ivarsson Westerberg (Public Administration)
Carolina Saf (Law)
Sandra Karlsson (Social Work)
Emil Annetorp (Journalism)
Leo Fodérus (Economics)

Angelica Jansson
Amanda Magnusson Arntsen
Martina Lindberg

IPA

Martin Ankarberg
Marina Schram
Mikael Solén
Peter Klintevik
Daniel Sandqvist

Gaia Slawomirska
Diana Ciobanu
Anna Lundin
Anna Puzakova

LU



Hannah Cotrozo Björkman
Caroline Netzell
Molea Jung
Erik Blohmé
Emma Sallander
Caroline Grauers
Ann-Christine Olofsson
Divya Gandhi
Robert Rydén
Martina Tallstrand
Hannah Persson

HSS

Therese Lind

Regina Skarp

Lisza Ray

 

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Published: 2022-02-03
Unit: Library

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