Lisa Molin (former Adamson), has a Licentiate degree in Educational Science, and is currently a PhD-student at the Department of Applied Information Technology, within the framework of the Center for Educational Science and Teacher Research (CUL). Lisa also works part time as a school development advisor at the Centre for School Development (CfS), City of Gothenburg. She also has many years of upper grade teaching experience within Swedish and English as a foreign language.
Lisa's research interest is literacy practices in digitalised classrooms, with a particular focus on critical literacy and classrooms where all students use personal digital devices in their school work.
Molin, L., & Lantz-Andersson, A.. (2016). Significant structuring resources in the reading practices of a digital classroom. Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 15, 131-156.