Oskar works as an associate professor at the Department of Education, University of Gothenburg. Currently, he is the principal investigator in the project "Technologies and Techniques in the Learning of Endodontics", which is funded by the Swedish Research Council. He is also involved in research projects studying technology in science education, critique session in architectural education, supervision in social science and the teaching and learning of crafts. He is co-ordinator for LinCS-Lab and the Network of Analysis of Intearction and Learning (NAIL), which are both part of the Linnaeus Centre for Research on Learning, Interaction, and Mediated Communication in Contemporary Society (LinCS). His research interests include learning and instruction in higher education, video research in the learning sciences, ethnomethodology and conversation analysis.
Lindwall, O., & Ekström, A. (2012). Instruction-in-interaction: The teaching and learning of a manual skill. Human Studies, 35(1), 27-49.
Lindwall, O., & Lymer, G. (2011). Uses of "understand" in science education. Journal of Pragmatics, 43(2), 452–474.
Lymer, G., Lindwall, O., & Ivarsson, J. (2011). Space and discourse interleaved: Intertextuality and interpretation in the education of architects. Social Semiotics, 21(2), 197-217.
Ekström, A., Lindwall, O., & Säljö, R. (2009). Questions, instructions and modes of listening in the joint production of guided action: A study of student-teacher collaboration in handicraft education. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 53(5), 497–514.
Lymer, G., Ivarsson, J., & Lindwall, O. (2009). Contrasting tools for presentation and critique in architectural education. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 4(4), 1556-1615.
Lindwall, O., & Lymer, G. (2008). The dark matter of lab work: Illuminating the negotiation of disciplined perception in mechanics. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 17(2), 180-224.
Ph.D., Assoc. Prof., Senior Lecturer