Who am I

I work at Malmö University, Sweden. I am not a teacher or work with students like the most of you. I am a technician who helps the teachers at the university with their IT-related problems.  Wherever they are and what ever they do and experience problems with their computers or mobiles they call me.  I love my work because I hate when the technique doesn´t work and inhibit the theaching.  I think that all people are good at something and if you are a good teacher you should continue with that, not everybody has interesting in learning new IT-things.

That´s why I want to learn from you -all of you that are a teacher AND interested in IT. I want to know how I can help my teachers to be more positive to IT and online-courses.

On my spare time I spend all my time with my family and in the nature. My motivators are my children, 13 and 15 years old. They teach me all about the new social networks, new apps, new youtubechanels and show me how young people meet today.

As you can see in the picture above: Its taken this summer when we climbed Kebnekaise, the highest mountain in Sweden. It’s my daughter who look at the wiew and my son whith his mobile…..  -always that mobile. -Does he miss life? Or has he a wider childhood than I had?

I look forward to this course and I hope I´ll have the time to join everything and get to learn new people and new view of live!


One thought on “Who am I

  1. Hej Kristin,
    I hope your colleagues appreciate what you do to the fullest extent! Just like you, I hate when things don’t work properly – and I’m beginning to learn that digital things sometimes work in strange and unexpected ways…


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