Reading in school – not everything has changed in 50 years
Has there ever been a golden age of reading when all children have immersed themselves in so-called "good" literature? <br><br>Possibly, but certainly not in the Swedish elementary school in the late 1960s.
Research that brings the deafblind out of the darkness
A garment that can act as a communicative interface for deafblind people.<br><br>This can be the result of a unique EU project, coordinated by the University of Borås.
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This year's Introduction will be digital
Now it's less than two weeks until the autumn term starts! We look forward to getting started again and have spoken with Åsa Gran who is project manager for Introduction at the University of Borås.
Anniversary of a strong research area
Ten years ago, the University of Borås gained rights to grant doctoral degrees in the area of Library and Information Science. By that time, doctoral education at the Swedish School of Library and Information Scienc...
Monday 5 October
SSLIS Higher Seminar
Sara Linkis and Julia Pennlert will present their ongoing work on the article ”Reading Patterns: Following the Traces of Digital Audiobook Users” (working title) In the article, they combine qualitative textual analysis of so-called...
Monday 12 October
Research meeting: Information Practices
Recurrent research group meeting for discussion of current topics, texts, projects or challenges in the research area Information Practices and Digital Cultures. Information Practices research group Agenda and...