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Here you find information about the research conducted by the university’s 31 professors, 172 senior lecturers, 171 lecturers, and 67 doctoral students (April 2020).

Anna Lundh

Anna Lundh


Senior Lecturer

Swedish School of Library and Information Science

Phone: 033-4355991

E-mail: anna.lundh@hb.se

Room number: C518

Signature: ALU

Dr Anna Lundh is a Library and Information Science researcher with a particular interest in reading practices and discourses about reading.

She is Docent (Associate Professor) at the Swedish School of Library and Information Science at the University of Borås and Senior Research Fellow at Curtin University, Perth, Australia.

Dr Lundh’s current research has two major lines of inquiry: 1) Tracing the historical background of current discourses concerning Media and Information Literacy, 2) Understanding reading practices that involve audio reading technologies such as screenreaders, talking books, and audio books.

Dr Lundh has been involved in and led a number of competitively funded, as well as industry funded research projects. On her website, you can find more information about these projects, as well as her international publications and publications in Swedish.

Dr Lundh joined the Swedish School of Library and Information Science, University of Borås in 2004. She successfully defended her PhD thesis in 2011 at the Swedish School of Library and Information Science, University of Gothenburg and University of Borås. 

Title of Dissertation

Doing research in primary school: Information activities in project-based learning


Supervision of doctoral students