Conferences and seminars

The Department of Education arrange reoccurring conferences and seminars on various topics. Some are open, some require that that you get in contact with the responsible researcher to participate. However, it's preferable, due to limited space, that you always announce your participation.




Research Forum for Interaction and Learning (ReFIL)

The Research Forum for Interaction and Learning (ReFIL) provides a methodological forum for researchers working with interactional data; primarily audio- and video recordings of interactions and activities in educational, workplace and everyday settings. 

More information on ReFIL-seminars


Data session seminar: Talk, Interaction and Multimodality (TIM)

The TIM data sessions provide an opportunity for researchers working on empirical interactional data, largely within frameworks such as Conversation Analysis, Ethnomethodology and Interactional Linguistics, to get together regularly to present and discuss audio- and/ or video-recordings of social activities of any kind.
Read more about the TIM-seminars


Multimodality Talks Series

MULTIMODALITY TALKS Series is a joint initiative for researchers across the world who are interested in multimodality. It aims to provide a platform for dialogue for advancing multimodal research across disciplines. 
Read more about Multimodality Talks Series



The Research Group Higher Education Learning Practices (HELP) runs the Swedish Higher Education Research Network (SHERN) which hosts the SHERN seminar that offers researchers within the field of higher education regular opportunities to present and discuss ongoing research work within the field. The seminars are held digitally via Zoom: Dates: 24 January kl. 10-11.30, 23 February 14-15.30, 29 March 10-11.30, 20 April 13-14.30 and 23 May 10-11.30. Please contact Professor Max Scheja for further information and to get a Zoom-link.


Adult education seminar

The Adult Education Seminar organises researchers, students and practitioners interested in adult learning, i.e. what and how adults learn in different life settings and how different conditions on individual, organisational and societal level impact on their learning and life careers. In the seminar different perspectives and methods are discussed and the seminar usually have guest researchers from different parts of the world. The seminar is held in English, normally the last Thursday every month at 10-12 am.
Contact: Camilla Thunborg or Malgosia Malec Rawinski for further information.


International and Comparative Education Research - ICER Colloquium

Our research colloquium program offers local and international scholars and practioners opportunities to engage with issues related to the central agenda of ICER. The colloquium language is English.

Vocational Education and Training

The Research group VETYL continuously arrange seminars were we discuss and present current research. Vocational Education and Training (VET), is a a well-established international field of research that studies questions of skills, qualifications, competences and professional knowledge in relation to early VET, upper secondary as well as adult VET, and advanced VET.
See our Calendar for more information.




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Information on upcoming seminars you will find in our calendar

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