The Centre for Media Pedagogy was established in 2003 with the help of funding from the Norwegian Research Council. It acts as an umbrella centre for the college's research activities related to media, technology and education, and is based on a broad interdisciplinary cooperation.
The centre is responsible for the conference series "Didactics and Technology," and publishes the international electronic journal seminar.net, which publishes peer-reviewed articles in English.
Some of our ongoing research projects are:
- “The mediated childhood – between prohibition and freedom.” The project has a threefold focus: mobile phones in schools, computer games, and digital storytelling as a method.
- “The art of teaching art” – focusing on film and TV educational program didactics.
- “Amandus films – new developments.”
Participants (in alphabetical order):
- Anne Mette Bjørgen: children and youth’s use of technology in schools and for leisure, identity and digital competence
- Yvonne Fritze: communication, reflexivity and media in teaching
- Geir Haugsbakk: language, education, technology, and teaching
- Øyvind Kalnes: media and politics, and media in social studies education
- Jo Sondre Moseng
- Brit Svoen: media education and teaching media, media production and competence among children and youth