Dr Teresa Cerratto-Pargman

Email: tessy@dsv.su.se
Phone: +468 161698
Address: Forum100, 164 40 Kista, Sweden


I work as associated professor in the field of HCI at DSV. Lately I have become interested in the dialectical relationship between literacy and technology from critical media literacy and participatory media literacies. In my work I have a particular focus on design, adoption and use of technologies for reflective, collaborative and social purposes.

In relation with artistic technologies, I am interested in describing and explaining the role of technology in mediating different forms of participation that become possible in the 21st century.

My work has been published in well-known international peer-review journals such as Interacting with Computers, Computers and Education, The Internet and higher education, Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy and Journal of mobile and blended learning. I am reviewer of journals such as International Journal of Human-Computer Studies; Designs for Learning; Language, Learning and Technology; New Media and Society; International Journal of Learning, Media and Technology; Revue Européenne de Psychologie Appliquée/European Review of Applied Psychology among others.

I have conducted and participated in several national and international research projects funded by the Swedish Research Council, Vinnova, NordForsk and EU. Currently, I am involved in the project PLACES funded by the Swedish Research Council and in the project Digital cultural consumption funded by UNSAM (Universidad de San Martin) in Argentina.


Writing to learn in digital environments
01/01/2010 - 31/12/2012
Digital technologies have changed the acts of reading and writing in profound ways, affecting learning in particular. From the learner´s perspective, literacy in the digital age entails not only learning to express oneself in various genres and subject areas, but it also c...

Learning Ecosystems and Activities of the Future
01/01/2009 - 31/12/2011
The aim of network is to strengthen interdisciplinary high-quality research and further develop an on-going research effort supported by a seed money grant from NordForsk in the field of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL). The Learning Ecosystems and Activities of the Future (LEA...

mVisible - Mobile Inquiry-Based Learning
Read more on the link above.

Collaborating with

Dalianis, Hercules
Dalianis is a professor in Computer and Systems Sciences at Stockholm University. Dalianis held a three year guest professorship at CST, University of Copenhagen during 2002-2005, founded by the Norfa, the Nordic council. Dalianis received his Ph.D in 1996. Dalianis was post doc ...
Knutsson, Ola
Key words:
Social semiotics, language technology, human-computer interaction, genre pedagogy, language learning, participatory design, digital literacy, virtual learning environments, mobile learning

I have a background in computational linguist...


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