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Designs for Learning
70 Publications
OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)


  • In Search of Learning Opportunities for All - Exploring Learning Environments in Upper Secondary Schools

    Vestergaard Louw, Arnt; Højmark Jensen, Ulla (2013)
    In this article, we address one of the most critical challenges facing the schools today: designing of learning environments that can provide learning opportunities for all students. The article first provides a brief introduction to content of this challenge. Then we focus on theoretical tools to understand the learning environment. Based on the concepts of classification and framing, as found in the later work of Basil Bernstein, we view that learning is fundamentally linked to the social a...


    Lindstrand, Fredrik (2008)
    Welcome to the first issue of 'Designs for Learning '– the new international forum for a growing body of multidisciplinary research emerging at the intertwined fields of design and learning.

    Introduction to the special issue on museum identities, exhibition designs and visitors’ meaning-making

    Kress, Gunther; Selander, Staffan (2012)
    Recently a group of scholars from Sweden and (a smaller group) from the UK, came together and worked on a project “‘The Museum, the Exhibition and the Visitors: Meaning making in a new arena for learning and communication’ (funded by the Swedish Research Council - Vetenskapsrådet). As the title indicates, the frame set for the project was large and ambitious. At the largest it was an attempt to look at a the change which has affected museums over significant slice of history, and tracking in ...

    Interactive Technologies in the Art Museum

    Pam MeeCham; Elena Stylianou (2012)
    When in June 2013 The Guardian newspaper (UK) asked us to ‘help create the whole picture’ with the GuardianWitness app (‘upload your part of the story faster with 4GEE at witness.guardian.co.uk’) we know the citizen reporter and the eyewitness photographer have been allied to faster, participation and the double page spread (The Guardian, Saturday 06.07.13 pp 2 and 3). Undermining the authorship, authority and arguably the professionalism of the journalist and photographer, the amateur enthus...

    The patterns of social interaction influencing pupils´ work at computers An empirical study within a Learning Design Sequence

    Svärdemo Åberg, Eva (2008)
    This paper considers how computerized work is organized in a class for younger pupils in a compulsory school and how patterns of interaction and use of digital learning resources influence the pupils’ work at computers within a Learning Design Sequence (LDS). Data come from a case study, which is a part of a wider research project, “Digital media and learning design sequences in Swedish schools – user perspective”. The case study is in the research field of information and communication techn...
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