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Centre for Digital Transformation – CeDiT – is a social science research centre conducting advanced social science on the impact of digital transformation on societies, organisations and individuals​.

CeDiT aims to:

  • Conduct theoretically founded and empirically informed research​
  • Influence the academic discourse by publishing in internationally recognised journals​
  • Create an interdisciplinary arena for exploring the characteristics and consequenses of digital transformation​
  • Actively seek co-operation with other leading research communities, e.g. through participation in externally financed projects​

Research areas: 

  • Governing of digital transformation
  • Impact of digitalization on territorialisation
  • Implications of digitalization on professional work and everyday life
  • impact of digitalization on representative institutions
  • Impact of digitalization on organizational processes and structures

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Profesjonsfaglig digital kompetanse for studenter og lærerutdannere i grunnskolelærerutdanningene (ProDIG) 2018-2020

Professional digital competence for students and educators in primary school education.
Project owner: University of Agder
Funded by: Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research and Norgesuniversitetet.

Felles telemedisinsk løsning på Agder (Telma) 2016-2018
Funded by Norwegian Research council.
Project owner: Kristiansand municipality.
Telma is a joint telemedical solution for the region of Agder in Norway. The ambition is to establish a joint solution for all 30 municipalities in Agder county.  6 partners: Kristiansand, Farsund and Risør municipalities, South Norway Hospital (SSHF), Siemens HealthCare and Centre for ehealth at University of Agder.

GOV30: Scientific Foundations Training & Entrepreneurship Activities in the Domain of ICT-enabled Governance
The Gov 3.0 project aims at establishing ICT-enabled Governance as a vivid research domain, by providing universities, private firms and government agencies with cutting-edge knowledge on emerging technologies and policy support methods and tools. The core consortium will engage a network of affiliate partners and experts from all over the world.

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