Thommy Eriksson

Universitetslektor at Chalmers, Computer Science and Engineering (Chalmers), Interaction Design (Chalmers)

Thommy Eriksson has a PhD in Digital Representation, an area of research investigating digital media; how it is designed and what its effect on humans and society are. More specifically, his research focus on two major applications, ICT and learning and Mixed reality. (See the tab "Reserach".)

Source: chalmers.se

Showing 49 publications

2019

Design considerations for virtual laboratories: A comparative study of two virtual laboratories for learning about gas solubility and colour appearance

Beata Stahre Wästberg, Thommy Eriksson, Göran Karlsson et al
Education and Information Technologies
Journal article
2017

"Time is the bottleneck": a qualitative study exploring why learners drop out of MOOCs

Thommy Eriksson, Tom Adawi, Christian Stöhr
Journal of Computing in Higher Education. Vol. 29 (1), p. 133-146
Journal article
2016

MOOCifying a flipped classroom course – using podcasting and quizzes in conjunction with recorded lectures.

Thommy Eriksson, Christian Stöhr, Tom Adawi
NU2016
Conference contribution
2016

Learners engagement with recorded lectures in MOOC’s – results from interviews with participants.

Thommy Eriksson, Tom Adawi, Christian Stöhr
MOOCs in Scandinavia 2016
Conference contribution
2016

Towards an agenda for Sci-Fi inspired HCI research

O. Mubin, Mohammad Obaid, P. Jordan et al
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series. Vol. Part F125634, p. Article no a10-
Paper in proceedings
2016

A Poetics of Virtuality

Thommy Eriksson
Doctoral thesis
2015

Reasons for Engaging in MOOC Development: Management, Faculty and Support Perspectives

Christian Stöhr, Thommy Eriksson, Tom Adawi
MOOCs in Scandinavia Conference
Conference poster
2013

Joint reasoning about gas solubility in water in modified versions of a virtual laboratory

Göran Karlsson, Thommy Eriksson, Maria Sunnerstam et al
10th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, CSCL 2013; Madison, WI; United States; 15 June 2013 through 19 June 2013. Vol. 2, p. 283-284
Paper in proceedings
2012

Objectification and subjectification of students, teachers and knowledge in examination practices

Thommy Eriksson
Konferens om undervisning och lärande
Conference contribution
2012

Att utveckla nätverk för IKT-pedagogik inom högre utbildning

Thommy Eriksson, Maria Sunnerstam
NU2012
Conference contribution
2012

Reflections on Academic Video

Thommy Eriksson, Inge Ejby Sørensen
Seminar.net : Media, technology and lifelong learning. Vol. 8 (1)
Journal article
2011

The difficulties of visualizing that which we do not know and that which we cannot see

Thommy Eriksson
Audiovisual Thinking. Vol. 3
Magazine article
2011

Who’s in charge? – controlling course production at Chalmers and University of Gothenburg

Thommy Eriksson, Elisabeth Saalman, Maria Sunnerstam
Konferens om undervisning och lärande
Conference contribution
2011

Will Global Warming Stop if I Stop My Car?

Thommy Eriksson
Adlerbert Research Foundation Jubilee Conference
Conference poster
2011

Caught

Thommy Eriksson
Audiovisual Thinking. Vol. 3
Magazine article
2010

Self- and auto-ethnography – a methodology for observing, analyzing and writing on the personal creative practice

Thommy Eriksson
World Congress on Communication and Arts (WCCA)
Paper in proceedings
2010

Imaging the Sanctuary of Hercules Victor

Thommy Eriksson, jonathan westin
Archeomatica. Vol. 2010 (2)
Magazine article
2010

Audiovisual Thinking

Thommy Eriksson, Sanna Marttila, Petri Kola et al
Media, Communication and Cultural Studies (MeCCSA)
Conference poster
2010

Being native – distance, closeness and doing auto/self-ethnography

Thommy Eriksson
ArtMonitor. Vol. 2010 (8)
Magazine article
2010

rex : ren

Thommy Eriksson
Audiovisual Thinking. Vol. 2010 (2)
Magazine article
2010

Signs, texts and contexts, Authenticity and community

Thommy Eriksson
Audiovisual Thinking. Vol. 1 (1)
Magazine article
2010

Unlock the rigidity and design for flexibility

Maria Spante, Thommy Eriksson, Maria Sunnerstam et al
US-China Education Review. Vol. 7 (11)
Magazine article
2010

Environmental Science Investigation using a virtual lab

Thommy Eriksson, Göran Karlsson, Maria Sunnerstam et al
Paper presented at the Engineering Education for Sustainable Development 2010 conference (EESD’10), Göteborg
Conference contribution
2010

The symmetrical relation between the written text and the visual text, seen as an example of endless semiosis

Thommy Eriksson
Audiovisual Thinking. Vol. 1 (1)
Magazine article
2010

A poetic of virtuality – inventing, spawning, establishing and stabilizing new visual signs through intertextuality

Thommy Eriksson
World Congress on Communication and Arts (WCCA)
Paper in proceedings
2010

Boogie Street

Thommy Eriksson
Audiovisual Thinking. Vol. 2010 (2)
Magazine article
2010

Imaging the Sanctuary of Hercules Victor

Thommy Eriksson, Jonathan Westin
Archeomatica (2), p. 58-62
Journal article
2010

Environmental Science Investigation using a virtual lab

Thommy Eriksson, Göran Karlsson, Maria Sunnerstam
Engineering Education in Sustainable Development
Paper in proceedings
2009

The Need for Efficient and Flexible Educational Imagery- When Ambitious Visualization Products meed the Context of Actual Learning Situations

Maria Spante, Thommy Eriksson, Maria Sunnerstam et al
Proceeding of International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies in Education
Paper in proceedings
2008

Hands-On Possibilities and Experiences in Biology Education (bioHOPE)

Thommy Eriksson, Maria Sunnerstam, Bengt Petersson et al
Report
2008

The next step in social networking software – the global coffee machine

Thommy Eriksson, Maria Sunnerstam
Digital Interactive Media in Entertainment and Arts (DIMEA), 11 september 2008, Athen
Paper in proceedings
2008

Environmental Science Investigation – Challenges and opportunities

Thommy Eriksson, Maria Sunnerstam
All our futures 2008, 9 september 2008, Plymouth
Conference contribution
2008

Virtual Labs Implementation of Interactive Media for High School Science

Cammy Huang- DeVoss, Thommy Eriksson, Maria Sunnerstam et al
Report
2006

Negotiated and authentic assessment with focus on creative processes – case studies from courses in digital media

Thommy Eriksson, Josef Wideström
Shifting perspectives engineering education
Book chapter
2006

Flexible assessment using chat sessions and group assignments in movie making classes

Thommy Eriksson
Shifting perspectives engineering education
Book chapter
2004

Desktop VR and Filmmaking - a case study of how web3D models and chat can be used in the product design process

Thommy Eriksson, Maria Spante, Sven Andersson
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, Cancun, Mexico. Vol. 58
Conference contribution
2004

The Virtual Film Crew

Thommy Eriksson
Presence
Conference contribution
2004

The Virtual Film Crew Project – work in progress on Film Making Using Online Communities, Computer Mediated Communication and Collaborative VR

Thommy Eriksson, Sofia Sundström, Elinor Thelander
8th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics
Paper in proceedings
2004

Integrating movie making and virtual reality – creating new opportunities

Thommy Eriksson, Odd Tullberg
AVR III
Conference contribution
2004

The Computer Mediated Movie Producer-Leadership in Online Collaborative Communities

Thommy Eriksson, Maria Spante, Sven Andersson
Proceeding of Winter Internationals Symposium on Information and Communication, Cancun, Mexico
Conference contribution
2001

A Comparison of Online Communication in Distance Education and in Conventional Education

Thommy Eriksson, Sergei Muchin, Anthony Goller
Frontiers in Education
Paper in proceedings

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