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Network for the Analysis of Interaction and Learning (NAIL)

The main purpose of the network is to collaboratively perform detailed analyses of social interaction by regularly organising data sessions, workshops and seminars. The focus is on rigorous analytic work, mostly in the spirit of ethnomethodology and conversation analysis.

Although the principal aim of the network is to provide opportunities to jointly perform analyses, a secondary aim, closely connected with the first, is to discuss and elaborate issues concerning the relations between: social interaction and descriptive accounts; analysis of interaction and theories of learning; descriptive accounts and instructional design. These general issues are discussed in the light of empirical data and particular research projects, rather than in the abstract.


January 18, at 13:00-15:00, LinCS-lab
Co-articulating tactile experiences through co-operative action
Mick Smith

February 1, at 09:00-11:00, LinCS-lab
Video calls between migrant parents and their left-behind children in China
Yumei Gan & Christian Greiffenhagen

March 8, at 10:00-12:00, LinCS-lab
Training dissection on human corpses
Oskar Lindwall, Miranda Rocksén & Mick Smith

March 29, at 09:00-11:00, LinCS-lab
Reaching objectivity in cognitive neuroscience experiments
Kristina Popova

April 12, at 13:00-15:00, LinCS-lab
Teacher reformulations of students' reported actions in healthcare simulation debriefings
Elin Nordenström

May 3, at 13:00-15:00, LinCS-lab
Teaching moral aspects of empathy in preschool
Magnus Karlsson & Mikaela Åberg

May 24, at 10:15-12:00, LinCS-lab
Oral assessment in simulator-based maritime competence tests
Charlott Sellberg, Mona Lundin & Roger Säljö


Oskar Lindwall,
E-mail: oskar.lindwall@gu.se

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