latest news

29.01.2015

PhD Defense

19.06.2014

Launch of new web site

25.05.2013

Lost my brother Jonas

13.04.2013

Got married

 

other information

marcus.duveskog(at)gmail.com

skype: kifaru2004

Publications

 

Journal Publications
Duveskog, M., Sutinen, E. and Cronje, J. (2014), Design milieux for learning environments in African contexts. British Journal of Educational Technology, 45: 581–594. doi: 10.1111/bjet.12068

Duveskog, M., Sutinen, E. (2013). Enriching student HIV awareness by digital storytelling. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia. 22 (4), pp. 383-406. Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Duveskog, M., Tedre , M., Sedano, C. I., & Sutinen, E. (2012). Life Planning by Digital Storytelling in a Primary School in Rural Tanzania. Educational Technology & Society, 15 (4), 225–237.

Conference Publications
Duveskog, M., Vesisenaho, M., Randolph, J. & Sutinen, E. (2010). Beyond Taboos: Expressing HIV/AIDS Attitudes through Contextualized Learning Technology. In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2010 (pp. 68-73). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

M. Duveskog, C. Islas Sedano, and E. Sutinen, “Working for my dreams—a Tanzanian OLPC experience”, in IST-Africa 2010 Conference Proceedings, M. Cunningham and P. Cunningham, Eds., 2010.

C. Islas Sedano, M. Duveskog, and E. Sutinen, “Using the Hypercontextualized Game concept to design a workshop in Tanzania” in IST-Africa 2010 Conference Proceedings, M. Cunningham and P. Cunningham, Eds., 2010.

Duveskog, M. & Sutinen, E. (2009). Enriching student HIV stories by the use of Technology. In proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2009 (pp. 3885-3892). Chesapeake, va: AACE. (awarded: outstanding paper award)

Duveskog, Kemppainen, Bednarik, Sutinen, Designing a story-based platform for HIV and AIDS counseling with Tanzanian children. IDC 2009 (pp. 27-35). Como, Italy, 03-05 June 2009.

Joseph Kizito Bada, Marcus Duveskog, Jarkko Suhonen, Erkki Sutinen: Towards Viable Technology for HIV/AIDS Education. IST Africa 2009. Kampala, Uganda, 06 - 08 May 2009.

Mario Marais, Marcus Duveskog, Nomusa Dlodlo: TekkiKids – Experiences in implementing technology clubs in a South African context. ICEL. 3rd International Conference on e-Learning, Cape Town, South Africa, June 26-27. 2008.

Mario Marais, Andrew Smith, Marcus Duveskog:  Tekkikids: Technology Clubs for Children. Meraka Innovate Conference for Educators, Pretoria, South Africa, April 18-20. 2007.

M. Duveskog, E. Sutinen, M. Vesisenaho & C. Gasso (2003): HIV/AIDS Education in Tanzania Blended with a Programming Course. IEEE Conference ITRE 2003, Newark, New Jersey, USA, August 10.-13.2003, 179 - 183.

M. Duveskog, E. Sutinen, M. Tedre & M. Vesisenaho:  In Search of Contextual Teaching of Programming in a Tanzanian Secondary School, IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE2003), November 5.-8.2003, Boulder, Colorado, USA.

M. Duveskog, E. Sutinen, M. Vesisenaho, & E. Yusha, (2004): Simputer as a Platform for ICT Education In Tanzania. In Proceedings of Technology for Education In Developing Countries (TEDC) / International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT), September 20th - October 1st, 2004, Joensuu, Finland, IEEE, 1018 – 1023

Vesisenaho, M., Duveskog, M., Laisser, E., Sutinen, E.: Designing a Contextualized Programming Course in a Tanzanian University, IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE2006),  October 28th – November 1st, 2006, San Diego, USA

Book Chapter
Sutinen, E., Duveskog, M., Eronen, P. J., Tedre, M., Vesisenaho, M. (2005) ICT Education for Local Development. In O. Hietanen (Ed.), The University Partnership Network for International Development (UniPID). Finnish Development Knowledge, FFRC Publications 06/2005, Finland Futures Research Centre, Turku, Finland, 2005, 221-237.

Master's Thesis

Introducing students in Tanzania to programming in Java. A Study of how to teach programming in Tanzania in a culturally sensitive way in order to increase learning outcomes and students motivation. A programming course was held at Kidugala Secondary School during the spring 2002. Uppsala University, Computing Science Department 2004.