Oskar Lindwall is an associate professor at the Department of Education, Communication and Learning at the University of Gothenburg. He is also a deputy head of the department. He is the principal investigator in the project "Online instructional videos and learning of practical skills”, which is funded by Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg Foundation. In addition, he is doing research on demonstrations in dental education, critique session in architectural education, supervision in social science, the teaching and learning of crafts and simulations in healthcare and maritime education. Oskar Lindwall is the coordinator of the LinCS-Lab and the Network of Analysis of Interaction and Learning (NAIL), which are both part of the Linnaeus Centre for Research on Learning, Interaction, and Mediated Communication in Contemporary Society (LinCS). His research interests include learning and instruction in higher education, video research in the learning sciences, ethnomethodology and conversation analysis.
Lindwall, O., Lymer, G., & Ivarsson, J. (2016). Epistemic status and the recognizability of social actions. Discourse Studies, 18(5), 500-525.
Lindwall, O., Lymer, G., & Greiffenhagen, C. (2015). The sequential analysis of instruction. In N. Markee (Ed.), The handbook of classroom discourse and interaction (pp. 142-157). New York: John Wiley.
Lindwall, O., Häkkinen, P., Koschmann, T., Tchounikine, P., & Ludvigsen, S. (Eds.). (2015). Exploring the Material Conditions of Learning: The Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Conference 2015, Volume 1 & 2. Gothenburg, Sweden: The International Society of the Learning Sciences.
Lindwall, O., Johansson, E., Rystedt, H., Ivarsson, J., & Reit, C. (2014). The use of video in dental education: Clinical reality addressed as practical matters of production, interpretation and instruction. In M. Broth, E. Laurier & L. Mondada (Eds.), Video at Work. Praxeological Studies of Media Production (pp. 161-180). New York: Routledge.
Lindwall, O. (2014). The body in medical work and medical practice: An introduction. Discourse Studies 16(2), 125-129.
Lindwall, O., & Lymer, G. (2014). Inquiries of the body: Novice questions and the instructable observability of endodontic scenes. Discourse Studies, 16(2), 271-294.
Ekström, A., & Lindwall, O. (2014). To follow the materials: The detection, diagnosis and correction of mistakes in craft education. In M. Nevile, P. Haddington, T. Heinemann & M. Rauniomaa (Eds.), Interacting with objects: Language, materiality, and social activity (pp. 227-247). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
Rystedt, H., Reit, C., Johansson, E., & Lindwall, O. (2013). Seeing through the dentist’s eyes: video-based clinical demonstrations in preclinical training. Journal of Dental Education, 77(12), 1629-1638.
Lindwall, O., & Ekström, A. (2012). Instruction-in-interaction: The teaching and learning of a manual skill. Human Studies, 35(1), 27-49.
Lindwall, O., & Lymer, G. (2011). Uses of "understand" in science education. Journal of Pragmatics, 43(2), 452–474.
Lymer, G., Lindwall, O., & Ivarsson, J. (2011). Space and discourse interleaved: Intertextuality and interpretation in the education of architects. Social Semiotics, 21(2), 197-217.