The e-infrastructure unit is to provide support on issues concerning e-infrastructure and research data. It will also provide training in working methods and use of support. The unit is the result of the needs that emerged in an e-infrastructure investigation conducted last year. The investigation revealed a demand for central support on certain e-infrastructure issues. The unit is not yet staffed and the first step is now to recruit a director.
The unit for teaching support will offer support and training. The unit is to support teaching staff and offer training on working methods and educational approaches. The unit is a further development of the project on Digital Learning Environments and offers support in digital teaching. The unit will partly be staffed from the digital environments project but, here too, a director is to be recruited.
Both these units are a response to an organisational need.
/ Susanne Kristensson
This text is published in LU News 1 - 2022