Institutionen för informationsteknologi

Anna Eckerdal

universitetslektor vid Institutionen för informationsteknologi, Beräkningsvetenskap

E-post:
Anna.Eckerdal[AT-tecken]it.uu.se
Telefon:
018-471 2983018-471 7894
Besöksadress:
Rum POL 19211 , POL 2407 ITC, Lägerhyddsv. 2, hus 2
752 37 UPPSALA
Postadress:
Box 337
751 05 UPPSALA

Kort presentation

Dr. Anna Eckerdal is Associate Professor of Computing Education Research and member of the Uppsala Computing Education Research Group, UpCERG

Nyckelord: upcerg computing education research qualitative research learning in the lab phenomenography variation theory

Mina kurser

Biografi

Dr. Eckerdal received her MSc and PhD from Uppsala University, Sweden. Eckerdal's research has focused on how programming students learn concepts and practical skills in the lab, but include research e.g. on threshold concepts in computer science, how academics and students perceive MOOCs, and how students learn software design.

Eckerdal has received research grants from The Swedish Research Council and ACM SIGCSE and is currently leading a research project on learning and brain, collaborating with researchers in neuro science. She is active in the international research community, serving on the programme and organising committees of several major conferences, initiating long standing research collaborations Sweden Group, and has invited a number of international known researchers to UpCERG. Eckerdal has more than 50 publications.

Eckerdal has served on the IT department board, as member of the Uppsala University Academic Senate, and Uppsala University's strategic e-learning group. Eckerdal is currently the coordinator of the Centre for Discipline-Based Education Research in Mathematics, Engineering, Science and Technology at the Faculty on Science and Technology at Uppsala University, www.mint.uu.se.

Forskning

Dr. Eckerdal's research research has focused on how programming students learn concepts and practical skills in the lab, but include research e.g. on threshold concepts in computer science, how academics and students perceive MOOCs, and how students learn software design.

Eckerdal has received research grants from The Swedish Research Council and ACM SIGCSE and is currently leading a research project on learning and brain, collaborating with researchers in neuro science. She is active in the international research community, serving on the programme and organising committees of several major conferences, e.g. the ACM conferences ICER and ITiCSE, initiating long standing research collaborations Sweden Group, and has invited a number of international known researchers to UpCERG. Eckerdal has more than 50 publications.

Publikationer

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Uppdaterad  2012-11-23 13:38:39 av Anna Eckerdal.