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November
8 November - 14 December
00:00

Location

Jönköping University


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The Student Barometer 2018

Help shape the future of Jönköping University! Read more and do the survey here.


Organizer: Jönköping University
December
4 December
18:00 - 21:00

Location

Library


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Late night at the Library

Drop in for questions regarding your thesis, essays and study-related questions

In cooperation with the Academic Resoursce Center.


Organizer: University Library
4 December
18:00 - 21:00

Location

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Welcome to Late Night at the Library 4 December!

Need some help with your academic writing? Do you know how to search for information? Does your studies make you feel stressed?
Come join us at the University Library on Tuesday December 4th between 6 and 9 p.m. for some guidance.
Text tutors, librarians, study counsellors and counsellors from Student Health Care will be there to help.
We will also serve tea, sandwiches and saffron buns.
See you there!


Organizer: University Services
5 December
12:00 - 12:30

Location

Library


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Culture on Campus - The Moniker

In Sweden there is a saying that a loved child has many names. Daniel Karlsson also known as The Moniker or Plastic Messiah started his music career when he participated in the TV show Idol in 2007.

After a few albums and a third place 2011 in the Swedish song contest “Melodifestivalen”, The Moniker, who originates from Norrahammar, is now a well-known name in Sweden.

The music career continues to move forward, not least through his alias Plastic Messiah with interpretations of a selection of songs from Eminem's catalog. The artist's name is inspired by Robert Broberg's "Song to a Plastic Messiah". Daniel is now up to date with tribute concerts to the artist Robert Broberg who passed away 2015.

Daniel is also a songwriter for other artists such as Shirley Clamp. Now it’s time for another mark in his career as he appears on Culture on Campus on December 5th.

Welcome to the university library Wednesday 12!


Organizer: University Services
7 December
07:30 - 09:00

Location

Jönköping International Business School


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Workshop - SMEs and Online Communities

Welcome to a workshop with Thomas Cyron (PhD Candidate) on how small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) can benefit from online communities.
"Does your business already benefit from online communities? There are good reasons it should!"

To attend this workshop
Click here to register.

Location
Jönköping International Business School, floor 3, B3008

Background:
Online communities offer many benefits for businesses of all kinds. The challenge is how to use them. Many businesses are not aware of the potentials that online communities offer. And even if they know about the benefits of online communities, knowing how to exploit them is a completely different story.

The goal of the workshop is to understand:
1) what online communities are,
2) why it might be smart to think of online community management instead of ‘social media marketing’, and
3) how to benefit from online communities.
 
The workshop will include an interactive part about how the individual participants are using/might use online communities in their business. Here, the goal is to learn from each other and think about opportunities to use online communities in different kinds of business domains.

Target audience:
SME owner-managers, marketing managers and R&D managers

Who is Thomas Cyron?
Thomas is a third year PhD student, at Jönköping International Business School, who is passionate about business development and growth in the digital era. His research focuses on in-depth studies of people who develop their business ideas and unique cases of, for example, the world’s largest miniature model railway exhibition. He has practice experience from various industries: consumer goods, media, e-commerce, and banking consultancy.


Organizer: Transform to AAA
12 December - 13 December
18:00 - 08:00

Location

Sofiakyrkan and HLK (JU-aulan)


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Three Lucia celebrations

This year, the School of Education and Communication are organising three lucia concerts together with the Chaplaincy. 

Wednesday 12th December, 18.00
Sofiakyrkan

After the concert in Sofiakyrkan The Chaplaincy together with Svenska Kyrkan in Jönköping offers a free mingle-fika with fruit and candy.

Thursday 13th December, 07.00 and then 08.00
JU-aulan, School of Education and Communication

The concerts will have a mix of both traditional and modern songs as well as other surprises. Don't miss this opportunity to experience an atmospheric Lucia celebration! 

Warm welcome to everyone! 


Organizer: School of Education and Communication
19 December
10:00 - 15:00

Location

Sofiakyrkan


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Christmas Concert

The Music Students from Per Brahegymnasiet will host a concert and sing songs in the Christmas Spirit. Open for everyone. Read more.


Organizer: External organiser