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Jonas Ivarsson


Jonas Ivarsson
+46 31 786 2473

Room number: Pedagogen B Åsikten-B2 212
Postal Address: Box 300, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Läroverksgatan 15 , 41120 Göteborg

Department of Education, Communication and Learning (More Information)
Box 300
405 30 Göteborg
Fax: +46 31 786 2391

Visiting Address: Läroverksgatan 15 , 405 30 Göteborg

About Jonas Ivarsson

 Jonas Ivarsson is Professor of Education and Research Dean at the Faculty of Education. He has a background in cognitive science and communication studies, with a PhD in educational science. The general research interests concern the role of representational technologies in the preservation, transmission and development of specialised knowledge and competence. Ivarsson has previously studied work carried out in the areas of science education, computer gaming, and architectural education. 

Latest publications

Visual expertise as embodied practice
Jonas Ivarsson
Frontline Learning Research, Journal article 2017
Journal article

Intersubjectivity in hypnotic interaction
Erling Fjeldstad, Oskar Lindwall, Jonas Ivarsson
Intersubjectivity in Action. 11th – 13th May 2017, University of Helsinki, Finland, Conference contribution 2017
Conference contribution

Knowledge and recognitional reference in professional colloquy
Jonas Ivarsson
Paper presented at the Sixth Meeting of the Language and Social Interaction Working Group, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, October 7, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Is the epistemic program a radical revision or a rival version?
Jonas Ivarsson, Oskar Lindwall
Paper presented at the Radical Ethnomethodology meeting, Manchester, UK. 22-23 June, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Recognitional reference and professional knowledge
Jonas Ivarsson, Christian Greiffenhagen
Paper presented at the 'Knowledge in Interaction' meeting, Tokyo, Japan. 20-21 March, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Architecture in the penumbra
Marcelyn Gow, Jonas Ivarsson, Ulrika Karlsson
In Sheppard, Lola & Ruy, David (Eds.), The expanding periphery and the migrating center. , Washington, DC, ACSA Press, Chapter in book 2015
Chapter in book

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Embodied reasoning in architectural critique
Keith Murphy, Jonas Ivarsson, Gustav Lymer
Design Studies, Journal article 2012
Journal article

Cystic fibrosis scoring system for chest tomosynthesis
Christina Söderman, Åse (Allansdotter) Johnsson, Jenny Vikgren, Hans Rystedt, Jonas Ivarsson et al.
3:e Nationella mötet om Sjukhusfysik, 14-15 november 2012, Stockholm, Conference contribution 2012
Conference contribution

Arranging for better learning opportunities – The case of thoracic radiology
Jonas Ivarsson, Hans Rystedt, Sara Asplund, Åse (Allansdotter) Johnsson, Magnus Båth
New tools and practices for seeing and learning in medicine, 22-23 October 2012, Turku, Finland, Conference contribution 2012
Conference contribution

How gamers manage aggression: Situating skills in collaborative computer games
Ulrika Bennerstedt, Jonas Ivarsson, Jonas Linderoth
International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, Journal article 2012
Journal article

The turn-organization of pool-skate sessions
Jonas Ivarsson
Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association, 111th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. November 14-18, Conference paper 2012
Conference paper


Extended analysis of the effect of learning with feedback on the detectability of pulmonary nodules in chest tomosynthesis
Sara Asplund, Åse (Allansdotter) Johnsson, Jenny Vikgren, Angelica Svalkvist, Marianne Boijsen et al.
SPIE Medical Imaging 2011, 12-17 February 2011, Orlando, Florida, USA, Conference contribution 2011
Conference contribution

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