“Digitalisation is transforming higher education. Aalto University considered this a strategic challenge and launched in 2016 a 5 year project, Aalto Online Learning (A!OLE), to address it and reform its current educational culture. […] The goal is to develop, explore and evaluate novel advanced technical solutions and pedagogical models for online/blended learning, often best realized as inverted/flipped classroom (see e.g. Lage et al. 2000 and Mason Shuman, Cook 2013). The key results are both new online learning resources for students, and dissemination of identified best practices and models into wider use for teachers in all Aalto schools and units to facilitate a creation of engaging online/blended courses.” 
Chair of the A!OLE coordination group, prof. Lauri Malmi (Aalto SCI))
lauri.malmi [at] aalto.fi
Follow @AaltoOLE for updates about the project
Please check the following publications for more information on A!OLE, its actitivities and results:
 Tomi Kauppinen and Lauri Malmi. Aalto Online Learning – a pathway to reforming education at the Aalto University. In Proceedings of EUNIS 23rd Annual Congress (EUNIS2017) – Shaping the Digital Future of Universities, pp. 212–221. Münster, Germany.
 Yulia Guseva and Tomi Kauppinen. Learning in the Era of Online Videos: How to Improve Teachers’ Competencies of Producing Educational Videos. In proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’18), Valencia, Spain, June 20-22, 2018. (in press)
 Tiina Tuulos, Tomi Kauppinen, Lucas Rafael Ivorra Peñafort, Diana Isabel Riveros Ospina. Around the world in 36 hours – understanding the dynamics of the global product design relay marathon. In Proceedings of 45th SEFI Annual Conference 2017 – Education Excellence For Sustainability, 2017.
 Ville Kivimäki, Joonas Pesonen, Jani Romanoff, Heikki Remes and Tomi Kauppinen. Supporting understanding of students’ learning via visual self-assessment, In Proceedings of EUNIS 2018 – Coming of Age in the Digital World, 2018. (in press).