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Biosketch: Beata Jungselius

Beata Jungselius became a doctoral student at the Department of Applied Information Technology/The Linnaeus Centre for Research on Learning, Interaction and Mediated Communication in Contemporary Society (LinCS) in February 2012. During her doctoral studies, she is be working as part of the University of Gothenburg Learning and Media Technology Studio (LETStudio), in LETStudio 3 and the MobSoMe project. The research activities within LETStudio 3 are focused on the ways that young people participate and develop literacy with current new-media ecologies.

Her research interests focus on social media and mobile phone use and the emergence of social norms online. She has previously worked with examining how people use mobile technologies and social media to document and share their experiences at cultural institutions and is currently studying what skills people need to develop to become competent members of social media communities. 

Recent publications

Hillman, T., Weilenmann, A., Jungselius, B. & Leino Lindell, T. (2016).
Traces of engagement: narrative-making practices with smartphones on a museum field trip 1743-9884, GUP 223797

Jungselius, B., & Weilenmann, A. and Rost, M. (2016) Pokémon GO And Mobile Wellbeing: Initial Observations On Experiences And Reported Connection. Workshop paper, Mobile Wellbeing, Nordic CHI 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Jungselius, B., Hillman, T. & Weilenmann, A. (2014).
Fishing for followers: Using hashtags as like bait in social media , GUP 204265

Hillman, T., Jungselius, B., & Weilenmann, A. (Submitted, 2013). "In just three hours I got like 22 likes on a pancake picture": Dealing with temporality in social media use and research. Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems, Paris: ACM Press.

Weilenmann, A., Hillman, T. & Jungselius, B. (2013). Instagram at the museum: Communicating the museum experience through social photo sharing. Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems, Paris: ACM Press.

Hillman, T., Weilenmann, A. & Jungselius, B. (2012), "Creating live experiences with real and stuffed animals: the use of mobile technologies in museums." (http://gup.ub.gu.se/gup/record/index.xsql?pubid=157459)

Beata Jungselius

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