Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Lundh, A.H., Dolatkhah, M. & Limberg, L. (accepted). From informational reading to information literacy: Change and continuity in document work in Swedish schools. Journal of Documentation. Post-print available here
Dolatkhah, M. & Lundh, A.H. (2016). Information and experience: Audiovisual observations of reading activities in Swedish comprehensive school classrooms 1967–1969. History of Education, 45(6), pp. 831-850. Post-print available via the University of Borås.
Lundh, A.H. (2016). Subject positions of children in information behaviour research. Information Research, 21(3).
Lundh, A.H. & Dolatkhah. M. (2016). Reading as dialogical document work: Possibilities for Library and Information Science. Journal of Documentation, 72(1), pp. 127-139. Post-print available via the University of Borås.
Lundh, A.H. & Johnson, G.M. (2015). The use of digital talking books by people with print disabilities: A literature review. Library Hi Tech, 34(1), pp. 54 – 64. Post-print available via the University of Borås.
Lundh, A.H., Francke, H. & Sundin, O. (2015). To assess and be assessed: Upper secondary school students’ narratives of credibility judgements. Journal of Documentation, 71(1), pp.80 – 95. Post-print available via the University of Borås.
Lundh, A. & Limberg, L. (2012). Designing by decorating: The use of pictures in primary school. Information Research, 17(3).
Lundh, A. & Alexandersson, M. (2012). Collecting and compiling: The activity of seeking pictures in primary school. Journal of Documentation, 68(2), pp. 238-253. Post-print available via the University of Borås.
Lundh, A. & Limberg, L. (2008). Information practices in elementary school. Libri, 58(2), 92-101.
Sundin, O., Limberg, L. & Lundh, A. (2008). Constructing librarians’ information literacy expertise in the domain of nursing. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 40(1), pp. 21-30. Post-print available via Lund University.
Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers in Proceedings
Lundh, A.H. & Dolatkhah, M. (2015). Becoming citizens: Dialogical document work in the classroom of the People’s Home. In Proceedings from the Document Academy, 2, article 14.
Lundh, A.H. & Smith, B. (2015). Two King Lears: The meaning potentials of writing and speech for talking books. In Proceedings from the Document Academy, 2, article 6.
Gärdén, C., Francke, H., Lundh, A.H. & Limberg, L. (2014). A matter of facts? Linguistic tools in the context of information seeking and use in schools. In Proceedings of ISIC, the Information Behaviour Conference, Leeds, 2-5 September, 2014.
Lundh, A.H., Limberg, L. & Lloyd, A. (2013). Swapping settings: Researching information literacy in workplace and in educational contexts. In Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, Copenhagen, Denmark, 19-22 August, 2013.
Hartel, J., Sonnenwald, D., Lundh, A. & Foster, N. F (2012). State of the art/science: Visual methods and information behavior research. The American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, 26-30 October 2012.
Lundh, A. (2010). Studying information needs as question-negotiations in an educational context: A methodological comment. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, London, 21-24 June 2010.
Dolatkhah, M. & Lundh, A.H. (2014). Reading, democracy and discipline: Premises for reading activities in Swedish primary school classrooms 1967-1969. In Lauristin & P. Vihalemm (Eds.) Reading in Changing Society. Tartu: University of Tartu Press. Pp. 144-157.
Lundh, A.H. (2013). Talking books and reading children: Children describing their use of talking books. Johanneshov: Swedish Agency for Accessible Media.
Lundh, A. (2011). Doing research in primary school: Information activities in project-based learning. Borås: Valfrid.
Articles – other
Lundh, A.H. & Lindberg, J. (2012). Information literacies: Concepts, contexts and cultural tools: Introduction to the special issue of HumanIT. Human IT, (11)2, pp. 155-164.
Lundh, A., Davidsson, B. & Limberg, L. (2011). Talking about the good childhood: An analysis of educators’ approaches to school children’s use of ICT. Human IT, (11)2, pp. 21–45.