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Jacob Lindh


Jacob Lindh
+46 31 786 2850

Room number: Pedagogen C Insikten C1 28
Postal Address: Box 300, 405 30 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Läroverksgatan 5, Hus C , 41120 Göteborg

Department of Food and Nutrition and Sport Science (More Information)
Box 300
405 30 Göteborg
Fax: +46 31 786 2048
Visiting Address: Läroverksgatan 5 , 411 20 Göteborg

About Jacob Lindh

Lindh has been engaged as a human biologist in sport science education and research at the University of Gothenburg (GU) since 2001. His research uses innovations in education and research to help students explore exercise biomechanics. His work seeks to investigate the best possible use of innovative technology, interdisciplinary and cross-cultural collaboration to achieve better learning outcomes in exercise sciences.

Lindh is an experienced lecturer in anatomy, physiology, sports physiology and biomechanics, and a frequently engaged lecturer in many other human biology courses such as exercise sciences and sports medicine.

Lindh has a Bachelor degree in Physical Education Teaching from the Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences (GIH) in Stockholm, 1997. He studied the basic courses at the School of Medicine in Gothenburg and at the Physiotherapy Program in Umeå, and advanced level studies in human biology at GIH, before his employment at the University of Gothenburg in 2001.

Lindh was “the architect” and the operationally answerable person for the Center for Health and Human Performance (KHP) at the University of Gothenburg that was inaugurated in mars 2011. He was the project coordinator and project leader from the early initiative 2005 until Jan 2012. During this period Lindh designed and equipped the laboratory environment, developed plans of operations and laid the early foundation of KHP’s trademark.

Latest publications

Remote University Network - Making Students ResearchAble - 2nd year
Jacob Lindh, Martin Rydmark
PIL:s öppna projektkonferens vid Göteborgs universitet, Conference contribution 2012
Conference contribution

The Researchable Project - RUN (Remote University Network)
Jacob Lindh, Martin Rydmark
Changing Practices of Higher Education Learning, by the Sahlgrenska Academy and the Unit of Pedagogical development and Interactive Learning (PIL), University of Gothenburg, Sept, 2011, Conference paper 2011
Conference paper

Remote University Network – Making Students ResearchAble
Jacob Lindh, Martin Rydmark
Proceedings of the Vitalis Conference – National Meeting Place for IT in the Health Care Sector, Gothenburg, Sweden, Mars 2010., Poster 2010

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Blended Learning in a Global Interdisciplinary Inquiry-Based Laboratory Course for Advanced Level University Students
Jacob Lindh, Martin Rydmark
Going Global 4 - The United Kingdoms International Education Conference. Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London on 24-26 March 2010, Conference paper 2010
Conference paper

Virtual Coaching for Health
Jacob Lindh, Martin Rydmark
Proceedings of the Vitalis Conference 2010 – National Meeting Place for IT in the Health Care Sector, Gothenburg, Sweden (mars, 2010), Magazine article 2010
Magazine article

Research-able through Problem-Based Learning
Claes Annerstedt, Cammy Huang-De Voss, Jacob Lindh, Daniel Garza, Martin Rydmark
Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Journal article 2010
Journal article


Blended learning through global network and interdisciplinary live distance experiments at human performance laboratories.
Jacob Lindh, Claes Annerstedt, Daniel Garza, Lennart Gullstrand, Kjartan Halvorsen et al.
Learning in the Synergy of Multiple Disciplines, 4th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, EC-TEL 2009, Nice, France, September 29 - October 2, 2009. , Journal article 2009
Journal article



Use of a virtual human performance laboratory to improve integration of mathematics and biology in sports science curricula in Sweden and the United States.
D Garza, T Besier, T Johnston, B Rolston, A Schorsch et al.
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. , Journal article 2007
Journal article

Use of a Virtual Human Performance Laboratory to Improve Integration of Mathematics and Biology in Sports Science Curricula in Sweden and the United States
D Garza, T Besier, T Johnston, B Rolston, A Schorsch et al.
Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 15 - in vivo, in vitro, in silico: Designing the Next in Medicine. Int. Conf., Long Beach Calif., US, 2007 , Poster 2007


Remote University Networks for human performance
Jacob Lindh, Martin Rydmark
Proceedings of the Virtual Reality Forum, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, 2006 , Conference paper 2006
Conference paper

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