Joint LINT Project
LINT stands for “Learning, Interaction and the development of narrative knowing and remembering.” It is a joint multidisciplinary project between Linköping University, Gothenburg University, Uppsala University & Stockholm University, and is financed by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, the Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation and the Swedish Research Council, 2007-2012.
Linköping LINT Project
Linköping University is responsible for part III of this research project, which is entitled:
The main aim is to investigate how new and more varied and challenging communicative contexts for learning, including those using digital technologies, may facilitate the development of language skills in English.
This research project is administered by the Department of Culture & Communication (IKK), but is also a joint project with the Department of Child Studies (Tema Barn).
The following researchers are actively involved in the project:
Professor Per Linell (IKK)
Dr Nigel Musk (IKK)
Dr Asta Čekaitė (Tema Barn)
Dr Mathias Broth (IKK)
The following doctoral students are also carrying out closely related research:
Björn Sjöblom (Tema Barn)
Alia Amir (IKK)
Ali Reza Majlesi (IKK)
Last updated: 2012-03-30