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Thomas Hillman

Senior lecturer

Thomas Hillman
Senior lecturer
thomas.hillman@ait.gu.se
+46 31 786 2205
0766-182205

Visiting Address: Forskningsgången 6 , 41756 Göteborg


Division of Learning, Communication and IT at Department of Applied Information Technology (More Information)
412 96 Göteborg
www.ait.gu.se/lkit
Visiting Address: Forskningsgången 6 , 417 56 Göteborg

About Thomas Hillman

Thomas Hillman's work goes over the boundaries between the fields of Learning Sciences, Human-computer Interaction, and Science and Technology Studies. He is Associate Professor of Education and has a background in the design of technologies for learning. In his research, Thomas examines the ways that different technologies shape learning as an individual, social and cultural process. This work is relevant for understanding how we come to know in relation to technologies, how we might best design or adapt technologies to support learning, and how we might work with technologies as part of teaching and learning practices.

In recent years, Thomas' work has focused on the blurring boundaries between online and offline activities in many aspects of contemporary life and in relation to diverse learning settings. Much of his research relies on extensive use of video-recordings and digital records of the ways people interact with technologies and Thomas works to adapt and develop methods and tools for gaining access to and making sense of these activities. You can read more about his methods development work here.

Current research projects:

 

Latest publications

“Going on trial”: Teachers’ team performance in social media when facing a critical incident
Louise Peterson, Annika Lantz-Andersson, Thomas Hillman, Mona Lundin, Annika Bergviken Rensfeldt
Virtual Learning Sites as Languaging Spaces - Critical Issues on Languaging Research in Changing Eduscapes, Cham, Switzerland, Palgrave Macmillan, Chapter in book 2019
Chapter in book

What’s next for Ed-Tech? Critical hopes and concerns for the 2020s
Neil Selwyn, Thomas Hillman, Rebecca Eynon, Giselle Ferreira, Jeremy Knox et al.
Learning, Media & Technology, Editorial letter 2019
Editorial letter

A “situated ethics” for researching teacher professionals’ emerging Facebook group discussions
Annika Bergviken Rensfeldt, Thomas Hillman, Annika Lantz-Andersson, Mona Lundin, Louise Peterson
Designs for Experimentation and Inquiry: Approaching Learning and Knowing in Digital Transformation. Åsa Mäkitalo, Todd E. Nicewonger, Mark Elam (red.), New York, Routledge, Chapter in book 2019
Chapter in book

Participation and Mathematization in Introductory Algebra Classrooms: The Case of Sweden
Cecilia Kilhamn, Thomas Hillman, Roger Säljö
Encountering Algebra. A Comparative Study of Classrooms in Finland, Norway, Sweden, and the USA. Kilhamn C., Säljö R. (red.), Cham, Springer, Chapter in book 2019
Chapter in book

Inequalities of Professional Learning on Social Media Platforms
Annika Bergviken Rensfeldt, Thomas Hillman
Proceedings of the Weizenbaum Conference, "Challenges of Digital Inequality - Digital Education, Digital Work, Digital Life", Berlin, Germany, 2019, Conference paper 2019
Conference paper

Rendering controversial socioscientific issues legible through digital mapping tools
Anne Solli, Åsa Mäkitalo, Thomas Hillman
International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, Journal article 2018
Journal article

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2016

Social media souvenirs: Expanded experiences through visitor photography
Alexandra Weilenmann, Thomas Hillman
Museums and Visitor Photography: Redefining the Visitor Experience, MuseumEtc., Chapter in book 2016
Chapter in book

Marketing and promotion of branded food items by adolescent Instagram users
Christopher Holmberg, John Chaplin, Thomas Hillman, Christina Berg
Presented at the 11th Nordic Nutrition Conference (NNC 2016) in Gothenburg, Sweden. Abstract published in Food & Nutrition Research, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

The ‘politics of sharing’ in a large teacher professional Facebook group: Links, topics and discourses entangled with policy
Annika Bergviken Rensfeldt, Thomas Hillman, Mona Lundin, Louise Peterson, Annika Lantz-Andersson
Internet, policy and politics 2016, Theme “The platform Society” 22-23 Sept, 2016, University of Oxford, UK., Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Adolescents' Photo Food Presentation in Social Media
Christopher Holmberg, John Chaplin, Thomas Hillman, Christina Berg
ISBNPA annual meeting in Cape town, South Africa, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Adolescents' communication of high calorie low nutrient food items in image-based social media
Christopher Holmberg, John Chaplin, Thomas Hillman, Christina Berg
European Obesity Summit 2016 Abstract Book, a supplement of Obesity Facts, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Engaging with controversy maps in a school science context
Anne Solli, Thomas Hillman, Åsa Mäkitalo
Fostering deliberative argumentation in schools towards the constitution of a deliberative democracy. 12th ICLS conference June 20-24 2016 in Singapore., Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Considering external resource use in forum discussions as an indicator of citizen scientist learning
Thomas Hillman, Åsa Mäkitalo
European Citizen Science Association Conference, Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

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