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Transforming Psychological Healthcare: The QB-ACT Initiative!

Exciting news! IMG Play, in partnership with KTH, SU, and Region Stockholm will work on integrating Internet-based psychological interventions with advanced e-learning. Thanks to Digital Futures our pioneering Societal Innovation Project aims to go beyond the current research frontier by integrating two well-established but distinct fields: Internet-based psychological interventions and advanced e-learning.

  • Building Bridges: Creating an Interactive Online Intervention 
  • Testing the Waters: Assessing QB-ACT’s Impact on Mental Health 
  • Understanding Engagement: Unlocking Key Insights 
  • Alleviating Pressure: Exploring QB-ACT’s Role in Healthcare 
  • Sharing Success: Disseminating QB-ACT’s Findings to Drive Change

Crafting Connections! Integrating QBL and ACT for Personalized Therapy

At the core of our endeavor lies the fusion of question-based learning (QBL) techniques with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). This integration aims to create a dynamic and tailored online therapeutic experience, empowering individuals to navigate their mental health journey with confidence. 

Digital Futures: Pioneering Societal Change through Digital Innovation 

At the forefront of our collaborative efforts lies Digital Futures, a cross-disciplinary research center. Established in 2020 through a strategic collaboration between KTH, Stockholm University, and RISE. Digital Futures embodies a vision of harnessing the power of technology for positive social impact. 



The QB-ACT project stands as a beacon of hope in transforming psychological healthcare delivery. With the unwavering support of Digital Futures and our esteemed collaborators, we embark on a journey to improve mental health outcomes for individuals in Region Stockholm and beyond. Stay tuned as we undertake on this transformative endeavor! 

The research project unites a varied team comprising specialists in clinical psychology, Internet-based psychological interventions, and members from IMG Play’s edu-tech department. IMG Play will specialize in large-scale e-learning technology and instructional design.






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Nurturing Learning Together

Digital Education Focused on Progress, and Secure Learning Environments.


In a longstanding partnership, KTH- Royal Institute of Technology and IMG _Play have forged a alliance focused on enhancing digital learning. This collaboration has been marked by close cooperation between IMG_ Play and esteemed professors at KTH, with a shared goal of providing comprehensive support for digital learning encompassing video, learning management systems (LMS), and accessibility. 

At the heart of this collaboration is KTH’s Department of Digital Learning, serving as the hub where research and proven expertise in digital media and learning converge.

This department plays a pivotal role in developing knowledge and consulting in digital platforms, creation of online courses, and videos to support education and learning. The work between KTH and IMG_Play is a testament to the shared commitment to advancing digital learning methodologies and dive in new platforms.  

Collaboration on OLI Torus 

IMG_Play and KTH have established a significant cooperation within the framework of OLI Torus, a powerful platform that promotes lifelong learning through mission-based education. It extends across multiple courses, where IMG_Play not only creates content but also provides consultation in E-learning and pedagogy.  

The platform’s latest upgrade, Torus v.24, was released to prepare for the fall semester, introducing new features and user-friendly interface updates. 

Example of OLI Torus Courses now and then at KTH: 

  • Democratic Digitalization for Arbetsförmedlingen (The Employment Service): The project aims to enhance the general digital competence of Arbetsförmedlingen’s employees. 
  • Problem Solving in Digital Environments: 1000 students. 
  • Math Physics Courses with RCN KTH: Integrated with Moodle, 330 students in Mathematics and 240 students in Physics. 
  • Open Torus Courses without LMS: Summer Programming 2023 (1300 students) and Introductory Relativity Theory (400 students). 

Note the use of SHA 256 encryption for anonymizing student ID’s during Arbetsförmedlingen’s (The Employment Service) courses. Using SHA in Learning Management Systems (LMS) can enhance security. Hash functions like SHA are valuable for password storage. Instead of storing actual passwords, LMS systems can store their hash values.

New Features in OLI Torus V.24: 

  • Onboarding Tools: Support for guided processes for both students and instructors, facilitating the introduction to courses. 
  • Priority Functionality: Focus on Equity-Centered Courseware Pilot and migration from the Legacy OLI platform. 
  • Support for Evidence-Based Development: Collaboration with KTH and Arbetsförmedlingen (The Employment Service) integrates research and evaluation of digital competence development. 

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What is an LMS? A Learning Management System (LMS) is a digital platform for administering, creating, and distributing learning and training within an organization. It serves as a tool for digital learning, allowing companies to design and deliver courses for employee development and onboarding.

Why OLI Torus?  This revolutionary initiative builds upon the trailblazing accomplishments of CMU’s Open Learning Initiative, ushering in a new era of educational technology. Noteworthy features include powerful tools for publishing courseware, offering functionalities like versioning, seamless product management, and much more. 

Torus: Smarter learning, better results! Torus is all about smart learning. It uses science to shape course design, gathers data from students, and improves the learning materials. It’s open-minded but focused on better outcomes. As a not-for-profit, open-source project in higher education, Torus stands out in making learning more effective.

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