Recent Submissions

  • Making sense of sensing: Learning through Maker-based Civic Engagement 

    Ekman, Karin
    In the last decade or two, initiatives engaging the public in scientific activities have become increasingly popular. For example, in air pollution monitoring with Do-it-Yourself (DIY) low-cost sensors. It is a relatively ...
  • Workplace Learning in Interactive Service Work: Coming to Practice Differently in the Connected Service Encounter 

    Arkenback, Charlotte (2022-01-14)
    We increasingly live in a world where human and digital work and activities are intertwined in so-called digital networks, which implies changes to the skills demanded by human labour. Traditionally, the professional ...
  • Constraints of Digital Transformation 

    Khisro, Jwan (2022-01-07)
    Digital transformation is viewed as instrumental in coping with organizational and societal challenges. In the public sector, these challenges include diverse issues, such as demographic changes, constrained financial ...
  • Health Information Systems Interoperability: Towards a Managing as Designing Approach 

    Kobusinge, Grace (2021-10-08)
    Integrated digital healthcare systems promise improved quality public healthcare and patient continued care among others. However, these have been hampered by various challenges including limited data exchanges between ...
  • Teaching with Digital Mathematics Textbooks - Activity Theoretical Studies of Data-Driven Technology in Classroom Practices 

    Utterberg Modén, Marie (2021-09-24)
    The introduction of digital textbooks, with data-driven functionalities, is a recent trend in mathematics education challenging established teaching practices. This new technology represents a key shift as student datasets ...
  • Designing Platform Emulation 

    Rudmark, Daniel (2021-05-25)
    Many contemporary firms and public agencies seek to engage external third-party developers to supply complementary applications. However, this type of development sometimes occurs without organizational consent, which ...
  • Spelet om musiken - Unga musiker spelar digitala musikspel 

    Ideland, Jens (2020-11-04)
    Under de senaste årtiondena har många spelutvecklare, utbildare och forskare argumenterat för att digitala spel bör användas som miljöer för lärande. Vanliga argument har varit att spel är säkra zoner där misslyckanden ...
  • Enacting ambidextrous IT governance in healthcare 

    Kizito, Michael (2020-05-20)
    With digitalization, Information Technology (IT) has become an integral part of digital business strategies and future solutions and this calls for organizations to prioritize the governance of IT if they are to succeed ...
  • Maternal Healthcare in Low-Resource Settings: Investigations of IT as a resource 

    Nyende, Hawa (2020-05-15)
    Maternal mortality is a major problem especially in developing countries. Maternal deaths are partly attributed to the limited access to healthcare and a shortage of medically trained health professionals who can provide ...
  • Kritiskt digitalt textarbete i klassrummet 

    Molin, Lisa (2020-03-13)
    Increasingly sophisticated technologies are expanding opportunities to create, use and share digital and multimodal texts based on different perspectives and motives. Among the prerequisites for participating actively in ...
  • Digital Distance Education – A Longitudinal Exploration of Video Technology 

    Dafgård, Lena (2020-01-09)
    The context of this thesis is digital distance education. Distance education has developed from correspondence courses, based on letters sent by mail between student and teacher, to digital distance education with ...
  • Designing Digital Resourcing 

    Göbel, Hannes (2019-11-29)
    Digital innovation has become imperative for organizational survival and is increasingly contributing to the growth of national wealth. A central element of digital innovation, brought into light in this dissertation, is ...
  • The Emergence of Digital Institutions 

    Jadaan, Taline (2019-10-04)
    Pervasive digitalization reshapes identities and processes of public sector providers, ranging from healthcare to education and justice. Recently, significant research attention has been given to such transformations, but ...
  • Using Social Media 

    Jungselius, Beata (2019-10-04)
    The rise of social media platforms has changed how people interact. Mobile technologies with built-in, high-quality cameras offer new possibilities for people to document and share their everyday activities. Many consider ...
  • Designing for technology-mediated collaboration 

    Nilsson, Stefan (2018-11-30)
    This thesis concerns the design of a synchronous shared workspace supporting technology-mediated collaboration. In order to collaborate, participants need to be able to coordinate the activity. And to coordinate an activity, ...
  • Understanding in Real-Time Communication 

    Gander, Anna Jia (2018-05-22)
    Human communication is profoundly social. In social activities, it is not uncommon that people are understood in many different ways, which may have various consequences for social and interpersonal communication. This ...
  • The Value of Social Media: What Social Networking Sites Afford Organizations 

    Zaffar, Fahd Omair (2018-05-21)
    Social media are a phenomenon that has quickly become deeply rooted in the mechanics of our everyday lives, dramatically changing how we interact and collaborate with family, peers, and society. Meanwhile, organizations ...
  • Shared Platform Evolution: An Imbrication Analysis of Coopetition and Architecture 

    Saadatmand, Fatemeh (2018-02-13)
    Shared platforms are a stable foundation for the integration of digital components by heterogeneous actors. These platforms are an emergent organizational form whose members seek interoperability of their IT systems through ...
  • Mobile phones in school: From disturbing objects to infrastructure for learning 

    Ott, Torbjörn (2017-09-06)
    Amid digitalisation, the mobile phone has pervaded society and become one of the most widespread digital technologies. In school, the mobile phone has stirred up conflicts and tensions visible in public debate as well as ...
  • Child–Robot Interaction in Education 

    Serholt, Sofia (2017-08-25)
    Advances in the field of robotics in recent years have enabled the deployment of robots in a multitude of settings, and it is predicted that this will continue to increase, leading to a profound impact on society in the ...

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