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Research presentation

Jörgen Holmberg

Research presentation

Jörgen Holmberg

Senior lecturer

Research subject: Curriculum studies
Research domain: Educational Science


Holmbergs’research focuses on learning, teachers’pedagogical use of ICT, learners’ use of ICT for educational purposes and design-based research (DBR) approaches. He is a member of the research group ICT in Learning lead by associate professor Göran Fransson at the University of Gävle.

Ongoing research: Teachers use of, and the potential added pedagogical values of, emerging technologies like virtual- and augmented reality (VR and AR).


  • Publications

Conference papers

Fransson, G. & Holmberg, J. (2021). An innovative approach for teacher students to learn about bullying via an immersive Virtual Reality bullying experience. . [More information]
Fransson, G. & Holmberg, J. (2020). Student teachers´ experiences of an immersive Virtual Reality bullying simulation.<em> </em>. <em>ICICTE 2020 Conference Proceedings</em>. P. 121-131. External link [More information]
Holmberg, J., Masoumi, D., Elm, A., Fransson, G., Westelius, C., Björkman, A., Stake-Nilsson, K. & Toratti-Lindgren, M. (2017). Teachers’ and students’ understanding and use of ICT for teaching and learning – Combining different perspectives and methodologies in research on technology-enhanced learning. . [More information]
Holmberg, J., Fransson, G. & Fors, U. (2017). Teachers’ reframing of practice during a design-based research project. The International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education (ICICTE 2017) Proceedings. P. 378-388. External link [More information]
Holmberg, J. (2016). Field-testing a conceptual design framework to study teachers’ intentions with and use of educational technology. . [More information]
Holmberg, J. (2014). Exploring theoretical development of Design Based Research: viewing design as reflective conversations with situations. . [More information]
Holmberg, J. (2013). Added Value? Preschool Teacher Students’ Views On And Examples Of The Added Value Of ICT As A Tool For Learning. . [More information]
Holmberg, J., Brenner, M. & Hallen, M. (2013). Planning and implementing in-service ICT-training to support development of higher education teachers’ technological pedagogical content knowledge. The Joy of Learning - Enhancing Learning Experience Improving Learning Quality : 2013 Annual EDEN Conference, Oslo, Norway. External link [More information]
Fransson, G. & Holmberg, J. (2011). Developing digital literacy and digital competence in teacher education : Challenges, dilemmas and opportunities identified through self-study methodology. . [More information]
Published by: Sara Perttunen Sundberg Page responsible: Annika Elm Updated: 2020-02-18
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