Lars-Erik Jonsson is senior lecturer at the University of Gothenburg. He started his career at the university as a teacher trainer. Today his research and teaching interests are about the development of e-learning and he bears the main responsibility for the distance education masters program "Learning, communication, and IT" at the Faculty of Applied Information Technology at the University of Gothenburg. He has also participated in research of other educational settings where technology plays an important role. Among these are military fighter pilot training, engineering training and schooling from primary to upper secondary level. Lars-Erik Jonsson has also carried out research and evaluation assignments for the Swedish National Agency for Education and the Swedish National Agency for Higher Education.
Jonsson, L-E., & Säljö, R. (2009). "The Online Seminar as Enacted Practice" In Mark Stansfield and Thomas Connolly (Eds.). Institutional Transformation through Best Practices in Virtual Campus Development: Advancing E-learning Policies. IGI Global: Hershey
Jonsson, L-E., & Säljö, R. (2008). NSHU – en liten myndighet med ett stort uppdrag. IPD-rapport 2008:06. Göteborgs universitet.
Jonsson, L.-E., & Säljö, R. (2008). The Online Seminar as Enacted Practice. Paper presented at the ECER 2008, Göteborg.
Jonsson, L-E. (2008). "Pedagogiska praktiker och virtuella realiteter". In Hans Rystedt and Roger Säljö. (Eds.) Kunskap och människans redskap: teknik och lärande. Studentlitteratur: Lund
Ph.D, Senior Lecturer