Doctoral StudentDepartment of Education, Communication and
About Tanya Osborne
I joined the department in January 2020 as a doctoral student at the Institute of Communication, Pedagogy, and Learning.
My research focuses on epistemologies of education, and intends to apply scholarship from disability studies, feminism, and ignorance studies with online and digitised learning.
Current research projects:
- Social dimensions of expertise development in networked communities (SOCDEX) - Financed by the Swedish Research Council
- Teachers' digital work - (in)balance between demands and support? (BalancED) - Financed by Forte
Teachers’ (future) digital work within platform
Annika Bergviken Rensfeldt, Thomas Hillman, Svea Kiesewetter, Mona Lundin, Kalliopi Moraiti, Tanya Osborne, Catarina Player-Koro, Lina Rahm, Neil Selwyn
Paper for "The Future of Work" - examining discourses and social practices. International and interdisciplinary conference, Sorbonne University, Paris, France November 25-26, 2021. - 2021-01-01
Detecting and evaluating programming expertise - The case of Stack
Knowledge sharing in tension: Interacting and documenting on Stack
Stack overflow - Informal learning and the global expansion of professional development and opportunities in
Not lazy, not faking: teaching and learning experiences of university students with
Disability and Society - 2019-01-01