Doctoral Programme for Multidisciplinary Research on Learning Environments
The purpose of the Doctoral Programme for Multidisciplinary Research on Learning Environments (OPMON), founded in 2002, is to train top-level researchers with multidisciplinary competence regarding technological learning environments and the learning and interaction that occurs in them. Focus is on technological learning environments in school and in working life. The disciplinary basis of the Doctoral Programme involves educational research, psychology, computer science, hypermedia, work research, future research, information and communication research and art research. The Doctoral Programme, which involves a total of 11 universities, is chaired by Professor Erno Lehtinen from the University of Turku and funded by the Finnish Academy and the Ministry of Education.
For more information, please see our Handbook (under Materials).
- OPMONin teemasessio ITK-päivien tutkijatapaamisessa
- Course programme 2013
- Jari Laru's defence
- Course programme 2012
- Carita Kiili's defence
- Sebastian Fiedler's defence
- Tomi Jaakkola's defence
- Update regarding handling of travel invoices
In order to avoid further travel invoices getting lost in the mail, the OPMON proposes the following new procedures for junior researcher working...