Here you find information about the research conducted by the university’s 65 professors, 173 senior lecturers, 170 lecturers, and 88 doctoral students (Mars 2019).
Swedish School of Library and Information Science; Swedish School of Library and Information Science
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I am a doctoral student in library and information science, writing a doctoral thesis on information practices in citizen science projects. I am especially interested in the interplay of information and technology between researchers and the public in distributed research projects. Other research interests include science and technology studies (STS), scholarly communication and digital methods. I mainly teach courses related to knowledge organization. I have been working at the University of Borås since 2018. Previous studies include library and information science at Uppsala University and comparative literature and business administration at the Linnaeus University.
Gunnarsson Lorenzen, D., Eklund, J., Nelhans, G. and Ekström, B. (2019). On the potential for detecting scientific issues and controversies on Twitter. , pp. 2189-2198.
Ekström, B. (2019). Developing a rule-based method for identifying researchers on Twitter: The case of vaccine discussions. Rom , pp. 2618-2619.
Ekström, B. (2019). Developing a rule-based method for identifying researchers on Twitter: The case of vaccine discussions. Oxford.
Forskarens publikationer i DiVA (Extern länk)
Researcher's publications in DiVA (Digitala Vetenskapliga Arkivet)
Start date: 11/1/2017 - End date: 10/31/2019
Financier: EU - Horizon 2020
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