Citizen Next

In the future, we will relate to a physical, a digital and a virtual world. This will demand a lot from us, and will compel us to collaborate, learn and work differently. How can we work together and learn? And what skills must we posess to connect the physical and virtual worlds? In this session, you will meet three different perspectives on the future of collaboration and learning.


14. June.

Time: 09:00 - 10:00


Get’em while they’re young.
By: Dr. Siv Midtun Hollup, Kantega/UiB.
Twitter: sivmhollup
Educating for a digital world. How will the next generation interact with the digital world we’re building? Let’s go through some skills our young will need to shape the digital future!

Dr. Siv Midtun Hollup is passionate about teaching and developing software. She divides her time between an associate professorship at the University of Bergen where she teaches software craftsmanship, and developing software as a consultant for Kantega. She’s been involved in teaching several courses and is a co-founder of Nerdschool, one of Bergen’s largest meetups which teaches basic software craftsmanship skills. When she’s not teaching grownups, she works on making games and teaching material for children with the goal of teaching them about programming, computational thinking and how the interface between the real world and the digital world works.

Reformation 2.0
By: Carl Andreas Myrland
Considering the accelerated development in western Europe since enforcing literacy skills, what will teaching digital and coding literacy do for our global society?

Carl Andreas Myrland is a teacher at Østvang Skole in Hedmark county, and is also working part time for Lær Kidsa Coding. He is passionate about teaching kids the digital skills they need for the future, and has a strong commitment to implement coding and digital creative tools in fields like language courses, mathematics, science, music, etc.

Connected Technician – Mixed Reality for field work. (live demo)
By: Steffen Myklebust, Bouvet
How can we improve the efficiency of field worker using Microsoft HoloLens and Mixed Reality? See how we have made a full featured HoloLens solution for non office workers, providing access to updated documentation, equipment information and stable video conference tool for field work.

This event is a part of the Media City Bergen Future Week on June 11-14.
50+ events will be taking place inside the Media City Bergen building and all focused on topics that challenge our common future as it is driven an shaped by technology.

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