CONTACT INFORMATION - Who should you contact from your department?

A support contact from Teaching & Learning has been assigned to each department. If you need help, please contact the relevant contact for your department. If you can not reach the relevant contact, please e-mail Teaching & Learning at

Department of Accounting (ACC):

  • Varia Christie - Research Assistant ( / +45 41 85 21 56)
  • Anita Monty - Consultant ( / +45 41 85 22 38)

Department of Digitalization (DIGI):

Department of Economics (ECON):

Department of Finance (FI):

Department of Economics, Government & Business (EGB):

Department of Management, Politics & Philosophy (MPP/LAW):

Department of Management, Society & Communication (MSC):

  • Ida Marie Malmkjær - Consultant ( / +45 41 85 22 42)

Department of Marketing (MARKTG):

Department of Operations Management (OM):

Department of Organization (IOA):

Department of Strategy & Innovation (SI):

Upcoming activities from T&L:

Crash course in online learning activities (online/on-campus)

Date and time:

Monday the 6th to Friday the 10th of December 2021 (online module)

Friday the 17th of December 2021, 9:00 am-12.00pm (on-campus

Location on-campus day: PH26_408 (Porcelænshaven)

This crash course is an opportunity to investigate and try out a range of online activities that can supplement, or possibly replace in-class activities. The course is for teachers interested in integrating online activities in their teaching – preparing them for both blended and fully online classes. 

Read more and sign up HERE.

Oral examination and assessment

Date and time: December 8th, 09.00-15.30

Location: Room K143

This course will help you qualify as an oral examiner in university education in Denmark, primarily bachelor and master level programs in social sciences, incl. business administration and economics.

The course introduces the importance of applying course learning objectives as a basis for assessing student performance. It involves a hands-on role-play where three participants will perform an ‘actual’ oral examination as respectively student, examiner, and second examiner/censor. On the basis of the role-play, we will discuss not only the rules/regulations that define the oral examination but also the norms and judgement that must be applied in the interaction taking place during the examination.

Read more and sign up HERE.

Creating videos with Adobe Premiere Rush

Date: December 8th, 10.00-12.00
Location: Porcelænshaven 7, Rosenvillaen

Premiere Rush is a beginner-friendly video editor designed to make short, professional-looking videos quickly. It's perfect for users who are new at the process of editing because it has features that allow you easy access and a quick turnaround time when exporting your final product!  

By the end of this hands-on workshop, you’ll be able to do the following:

  • Capture footage and import media

  • Edit your video in the timeline

  • Add and edit audio

  • Adjust the color of your footage

  • Add and edit transitions

  • Create and edit titles

  • Export and upload your videos on Canvas

Register HERE.

Collaborative learning (online)

Date: December 8th, 15.00-16.00

Location: Online

In this hands-on webinar, the participants will be introduced to the main principles of collaborative learning. We shall discuss its main benefits and common challenges, and explore the wide variety of activity types available to the teachers. The participants will learn how to approach the selection of collaborative activities and how to frame them to maximise student learning.

The webinar will take place online. Please register in advance HERE. You will receive a link for the online session in your e-mail. 

Hosts: Varia Christie ( and Nuria Lopez (

Case-Based: Writing teaching cases and teaching guides

Date and time: December 9th, 09.00-16.00

Location: Room PH16A_010 Creative Studio (Porcelænshaven)

This course is for participants who have already completed the Case-based teaching course at CBS. We will use most of our time in this session on how to write cases based on research, but we will also review other ways to create cases from found resources like news articles and videos, and by hosting special guests.

Read more and sign up for the workshop HERE.

Re-purposing videos and creating engaging educational videos (online)

Date: December 10th, 13.00-14.00

Location: Online

Do you have recorded lectures from teaching remotely that you want to repurpose? Or do you want to incorporate more videos into your teaching?​ Attend this session to find out more about using videos to enhance student learning. ​ This session will address possible uses for instructional videos, ways to repurpose and improve older videos and strategies to maximize student learning from video content. 

The webinar will take place online. Please register in advance HERE. You will receive a link for the online session in your e-mail. 

Peer feedback (online)

Date: December 13th, 15.00-16.00

Location: Online

n this webinar, we will talk about the use of peer feedback as a learning tool, presenting some of the main issues to consider when designing formative peer feedback activities. The main topics will be: how to choose and introduce the activity, how to guide students as they assess and provide feedback to each other; and how to encourage self-reflection and action on feedback.  

The webinar will take place online and will not be recorded.  

Please register in advance HERE. A Zoom link will be sent closer to the date. 

Host: Nuria Lopez ( 

Canvas - the next level (online)

Date and time: December 15th, 13.00-15.00

Location: Online

This course is for teachers at CBS, who are familiar with the basics in Canvas and now want to go on and learn more about the system. The workshop is a combination of instructions and individual work in the system complemented by questions and answers.  

Read more and sign up for the workshop HERE.

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