She is associate professor and educational developer at the Center of Teaching and Learning.
Nathalie Auer earned her doctoral degree in Online Education and Learning Technologies from the University of Leicester, UK.
Her research interests fall within the fields of digital learning, digital literacy and metacognition applied to digital reading. Her current research project is part of an international research project educovid19.wordpress.com. The project aims to investigate how the current COVID19 pandemic has changed teaching practices around the world.
Teaching and other responsibilities
She teaches the course Collaborative Learning in Digital Learning Environments and she is responsible for the course Scholarship of University Teaching. She works with Malmö University learning teachnologist team and is the campus administrator of Ouriginal, the plagiarism prevention system established at Malmö University.