Recently we bid farewell to our office at Media Evolution City and moved into Kommendanthuset, a historical heritage in Malmö built in 1786.
The building has been through a lot, as one can imagine. In the past it was used as a hospital, weapon storage, prison staff quarter, residence and shelter for the homeless. Since 1965 Kommendanthuset officially became part of Malmö Museums and has been the site of photo exhibitions, pedagoical activities and seminars.
Some 50 years later, in 2015, the building is taking on a new mission and identity to becoming a node where organsiations that work on sustainable development with innovative pedagogical approaches are based. We are very happy to have been invited to move in to Kommendanthuset (or Kommendanten, as we amicably call it!).
Visit our Facebook page to see more photos of our move.
One of Edumanity’s partners Symbal has long been supportive of learning at the workplace, and has a HR and Learning Network that arranges inspiring events for the organisation. We at Edumanity felt honoured and excited that Symbal chose Crowd-learning as the theme for its first HR and Learning event of 2015!
Held at Axis Communcations on 25th February, participants were treated to a presentation on Crowd-learning from Edumanity’s very own Torvald Jacobsson. Crowd-learning was developed out of an education programme which Torvald led at Lund University, and it has proven to be just as (if not more) effective in facilitating learning and innovation in the business world, as seen by the platform Edumanity has developed for Axis.
You can read more about the event here, and if you want learn more about what Crowd-learning can do for your organisation, simply click the Contact tab to get in touch.