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Journal articles

  • Bjørgen, A. M. and Erstad, O. (2014). The connected child: tracing digital literacy from school to leisure. Pedagogies: An International Journal, Volum 10.(2) s. 113-127. (link)
  • Bauer, D. & Pierroux, P. (2014). Expert and Adolescent Interpretive Approaches in a National Art Museum, Museum Management and Curatorship, 29(3):260-279.

  • Cheng, B., Wang, M., Mørch, A.I., Chen, N.-S.. Kinshuk & Spector, J.M. (2014). Research on E-learning in the Workplace 2000-2012: A bibliographic analysis of the literature, Educational Research Review, 11:56-72.

  • Damşa, C. I. (2014). The multi-layered nature of small-group learning: Productive interactions in object-oriented collaboration, International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 9(3):247-281.

  • Donnelly, D. F., Linn, M. C., & Ludvigsen, S. (2014). Impacts and Characteristics of Computer-based Science Inquiry Learning Environments for Precollege Students, Review of Educational Research, 84(4):572-608.

  • Erstad, O. (2014). Approaching sustainable Learning on multiple levels, QWERTY - Interdisciplinary Journal of Technology, Culture and Education, 9(1):65-74.

  • Erstad, O. (2014). The Expanded Classroom - Spatial Relations in Classroom Practices using ICT, Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy, 1:8-22.

  • Erstad, O. & Drotner, K. (2014). Inclusive Media Literacies: Interlacing Media Studies and Education Studies, International Journal of Learning and Media, 4(2):9-31.

  • Kluge, A. (2014). Combining Laboratory Experiments with Digital Tools to Do Scientific Inquiry, International Journal of Science Education, 36(13):2157-2179.

  • Lowe, S. & Stuedahl, D. (2014). Small-Scale Design Experiments as Working Space for Larger Mobile Communication Challenges, Journal of Learning Design, 7(1):59-73.

  • Liu, F. (2014). From degendering to (re)gendering the self: Chinese youth negotiating modern womanhood, Gender and Education, 26(1):18-34.

  • Roth, W.-M. & Jornet, A. (2014). Toward a Theory of Experience, Science Education, 98:106–126. 

  • Smørdal, O., Stuedahl, D., & Sem, I. (2014). Experimental zones: Two cases of exploring frames of participation in the dialogic museum, Digital Creativity, 25(2):224-232.
  • Stahl, G., Law, N., Cress, U. & Ludvigsen, S. (2014). Analyzing roles of individuals in small-group collaboration processes, International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 9(4):365-370.

  • Steier, R. (2014). Posing the Question: Visitor Posing as Embodied Interpretation in an Art Museum, Mind, Culture, and Activity, 21:148–170.

  • Stuedahl, D. and Lowe, S. (2014). Social Media As Resource For Involving Young People In Museum Innovation. International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development, 7(4):60-80.

  • Vasbø, K., Silseth, K. & Erstad, O. (2014). Being a Learner Using Social Media in School: The Case of Space2cre8, Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 8(1):110-126.

Books / Book Chapters

  • Crowley, K., Pierroux, P. & Knutson, K. (2014). Informal Learning in Museums. In The Cambridge Handbook of the Learning Sciences, (Chapter 23, pp. 461-478),  Cambridge University Press.

  • Erstad, O. & Gilje, Ø. (2014). Tracing Learning across contexts: Methodological Challenges and ethical considerations. In Methodological Challenges When Exploring Digital Learning Spaces In Education, (pp. 135-150), Sense Publishers.

  • Erstad, O., Silseth, K., & Gilje, Ø. (2014). Mediekompetanse i spenningsfeltet mellom skole, hjem og fritid. In Medie- och informationskunnighet i Norden: En nyckel till demokrati och yttrandefrihet, (pp. 123-129), Nordicom.

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