As project leader or project member
2018-2020. The making of the reading citizen: Public debate and policy 1945-2017, funded by the Swedish Research Council. Project leader Dr Åse Hedemark, project members Dr Linnéa Lindsköld and Dr Anna Hampson Lundh.
2014-2020. Learning to read talking books: The documentary practices of children with print disabilities, funded by the Curtin Research Fellowship.
2017. Accessible media use. Contract research for the Swedish Agency of Accessible Media, MTM, for conducting a literature review.
2013-2015 (extended to 2017 due to parental leave). Reading, traditions and negotiations: Reading activities in Swedish classrooms 1967-1969, funded by the Swedish Research Council. Project leader Dr Anna Hampson Lundh, project member Dr Mats Dolatkhah, research assistant Dr Linnéa Lindsköld.
2013. Swedish school libraries in changing political and pedagogical landscapes, funded by the National Library of Sweden. Project leader and co-editor Professor Louise Limberg, project member and co-editor Dr Anna Hampson Lundh, project members Associate Professor Helena Francke, Dr Mats Dolatkhah and Dr Cecilia Gärdén.
2012. Talking books and reading children. Contract research for the Swedish Agency of Accessible Media, MTM, for writing a research report.
2007-2011. Doing research in primary school: Information activities in project-based learning. PhD project funded by the Swedish School of Library and Information Science and the Swedish Centre of Excellence LinCS. Supervisors: Professor Louise Limberg and Professor Mikael Alexandersson.
Involvement in other research projects
Collaboration between child health centres and libraries for children’s language development: Research and best practice (Samverkan BVC-bibliotek för barns språkutveckling: Forskning och best practice), funded by the County Library, Region Halland, Sweden and the Swedish Arts Council. Dr Anna Hampson Lundh was involved in the latter stages of this project as research consultant in 2013.
Expertise, authority and control on the Internet: A study of the formation of source credibility in Web 2.0 environments for learning, funded by the Swedish Research Council. Project leader Professor Olof Sundin, project members Associate Professor Helena Francke, Professor Louise Limberg and Professor Mikael Alexandersson. Dr Anna Hampson Lundh was involved as research assistant in 2012.
Educators’ roles in children’s development of information literacy, funded by Södra Älvsborgs Forskningsstiftelse. Project leader Professor Louise Limberg. Anna Lundh was involved as research assistant in 2006.
The contents and tools of learning (Lärandets innehåll och redskap), funded by Stiftelsen FöreningsSparbanken Sjuhärad. Project leader Professor Louise Limberg, project member Dr Birgitta Davidsson. Lena Tyrén and Anna Lundh were involved as research assistants in 2005-2006.
Information seeking in the transition from education to occupational practice, funded by the Swedish Knowledge Foundation and part of the research programme Libraries, ICT and learning. Programme leader Professor Louise Limberg, project leader Professor Olof Sundin. Anna Lundh was involved as research assistant in 2004-2006.