Department of Management, Society and Communication

Teaching associate professor

Room: DAL/2V.049

I am member of the UFO group (Educational Research Group) in which group we focus on educational research including the application of ICT (social media) in language teaching at universities and high schools. The aim is to make students to be better at collaborating and communicating in the globalized and intercultural business life.

Primary research areas
  • The application of ICT (social media) in teaching
  • Teacher roles and beliefs when applying social media
  • University didactics
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I teach primarily at BA level (International Market Communication) in the course "Communicating across Cultures", "Writing Professional Texts" and "International Marketing Texts". I further teach at Masters level in Intersproglig Vidensformidling (searching, selecting and adapting information and knowledge across cultures/languages).


I am supervisor at BA level (IMK and IVK) as well as at Master's level (thesis and intership report)

Publications sorted by:
Christine Lenstrup / Increased Student Involvement Through Case-based Teaching in Foreign Language Learning
In: Case-based Learning in Higher Education. ed. /John Branch; Paul Bartholomew; Claus Nygaard. Faringdon : Libri Publishing 2014, p. 91-103 (The Learning in Higher Education)
Book chapter > peer review
Christine Lenstrup / Social-Media Learning Environments
In: Learning in Higher Education: Contemporary Standpoints. . ed. /Claus Nygaard; John Branch; Clive Holtham. Faringdon : Libri Publishing 2013, p. 29-44 (The Learning in Higher Education)
Book chapter > peer review