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Research projects

Ongoing research projects

The following projects are led by members of the learning and IT group. We are also involved in a number of other research projects at other institutions (see our individual presentations).

2016-2019 Advancing patient-centred care through hybrid procedures
(Swedish Research Council / Jonas Ivarsson, Hans Rystedt, Charlotta Lund, Anja Almén, Morten Falkenberg, Magnus Båth)

2016-2019 The online instruction video's Education
(Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg Memorial Fund / Oskar Lindwall, Thomas Hillman, Barry Brown)

2015-2018 Sea Change project [www.seachangeproject.eu]
(Horizon 2020 / Åsa Mäkitalo, Géraldine Fauville, Susan Gotensparre)

2015-2017 Mapping controversies with digital methods (LETCOM)
(Swedish Research Council / Åsa Mäkitalo, Anne Solli, Mark Elam)

2015-2017 Promoting Student Green Action through Climate and Ocean Literacy
(Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg Memorial Fund / Géraldine Fauville, Sam Dupont, Roger Säljö)

2015-2017 Flipped Education Movement (FEM)
(Swedish Research Council / Mona Lundin, Annika Lantz-Andersson, Annika Bergviken Rensfeldt, Louise Peterson, Thomas Hillman)

2013-2016 Game-enhanced learning environments for development of flexible arithmetic competence (FlexMath)
(Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg Memorial Fund / Berner Lindström, Erno Lehtinen, Ingemar Holgersson, Wolmet Barendregt, Elisabeth Rietz, Patrik Lilja)

2014-2016 Supporting OER re-use in learning ecosystems (ExplOERer)
(Erasmus + / Sylvi Vigmo)

2006-Cont’d Learning, Interaction, and Mediated Communication in Contemporary Society (LinCS)
(Swedish Research Council / Roger Säljö etc.)

Selected previous research projects

2011-2014 Technologies and techniques in the learning of endodontics
(Swedish Research Council / Oskar Lindwall)

Transforming information to knowing: Studies of classroom practices, 'real world problems' and the process of learning to reason in the digital age (TIK)
(Swedish Research Council / Roger Säljö)

Conditions and Tools for Development of Competences Arithmetic (CoDAC)
(Swedish Research Council / Berner Lindstrom)

2011-2012 Developing together: Unpacking the mutual transformation of technology and educational practices in diverse learning settings
(Swedish Research Council / Thomas Hillman)

2011-2012 Exploring the use of technologies in medical communication: The case of high blood pressure follow-up appointments
(FAS / Mona Lundin)

2009-2013 Gendering ICT in everyday life. A comparative study of practices in family and extra-family contexts
(NOS-HS / Jonas Linderoth)

2009-2012 Boundary-crossing in online games (GRO)
(KK Foundation / Jonas Linderoth)

2011-2014 Hidden dimensions of teaching / learning in mathematics: The contribution of video studies to comparative analysis and the development of instruction (Videomat)
(NOS-HS / Roger Säljö)

2011-2014 Virtual Marine Scientist (VMS)
(MAW / Roger Säljö, Géraldine Fauville)

2013 Medialised gender positions
(GIG / Annika Bergviken Rensfeldt, Cecilia Björck)

2011-2013 Epistemic topologies. Arranging for advanced knowledge articulation
(Swedish Research Council / Jonas Ivarsson)

2011-2013 Rules for fiction? Game Producer's creative work
(Swedish Research Council / Jonas Linderoth)

2011-2013 Linguascapes - Language learning in social media worlds
(MAW / Sylvi Vigmo)

2007-2012 Learning, Interaction and the development of narrative knowing and remembering (LINT)
(The Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation, the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and the Swedish Research Council / Roger Säljö)

2006-2008 Learning to support. Bridging educational knowledge traditions and situated knowing in technologically intensive work practices
(Research Council / Åsa Mäkitalo)

2009-2011 NordLearn - Nordic Centre for Research on Learning and Media
(NRB / Roger Säljö)

2008- National School of Graduate Studies in the educational sciences (LinCS DSES)
(Research Council, Roger Säljö)

Ongoing projects by doctoral students

Katerina Cerna Digital Nurses and Quantified Patients: The Transformation of Healthcare in the Age of Internet of Things

Emma Edstrand Learning to reason: digital tools and science literacy

Geraldine Fauville Bringing ocean science into the classroom: Use of computer-based educational resources to promote ocean literacy

Elin Johansson Instructional work in post-simulation debriefings

Janna Meyer-Beining Talking and Writing – what face-to-face tutorials can bring to student text production

Malin Nilsen Datorplattan i förskolan

Elisabeth Rietz Younger children's learning of mathematics - how a flexible arithmetic competence can develop with support of pedagogical computer-games

Charlott Sellberg Training skills and assessing performance in simulation-based learning environments

Ewa Skantz Åberg Children’s story making with digital technologies: Tool-mediated learning activities in a preschool class

Anne Solli Navigating controversial issues in science education

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