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Biosketch: Niklas Karlsson

Niklas Karlsson is a Doctoral student in department of Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences and within the framework of the Center for educational science and teacher research (CUL). He has a background as teacher in science and mathematics in upper secondary schools.

His PhD project concerns learning and communication for learning when social media and web tools are used in teachers’ professional development. How teachers create knowledge when they produce and rework information in the digital social networks and web tools.

Principal supervisor:
 Berner Lindström, University of Gothenburg


Co-Supervisor:
 Michael Axelsson, University of Gothenburg

Publications

Karlsson, N., Godhe, A-L., Bradley, L., & Lindström, B. (2014). Professional development of teachers in a MOOC. Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Computers in Education (pp 868-877). Available at; http://icce2014.jaist.ac.jp/icce2014/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/ICCE2014-Main-Proceedings-lite-2.pdf

Karlsson, Niklas; Ott, Torbjörn; Godhe, Anna-Lena; Lindström, Berner. (2013). Integrating ICT in Classrooms - Collaboration Between a Municipality and a University Built on an Open Learning Process. In Wong, L.H., Liu, C.C., Hirashima, T., Sumedi, P., Lukman, M., (Ed.) Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Computers in Education. (p. 965-970) Jakarta, Indonesia: Uhamka Press

Karlsson, N., Karlström, P., Knutsson, O. and Lindström, B., (2013). Social bookmarking and tagging in a biology class. In: Ellen Christiansen, Leena Kuure, Anders Mørch & Berner Lindström ed. Problem-Based Learning for the 21st Century. Aalborg Universitetsforlag. pp.211-235.

 

Niklas Karlsson

Ph.D-student
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