Report series: Chalmers Studies in Communication and Learning in Higher Education

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This series publishes research reports (including working papers) on themes relating to the broad theme of communication and learning in higher education. The series welcomes contributions from different disciplines, including but not limited to educational science, applied linguistics, and organization/management research.

While the focus is on communication and learning in higher education in Sweden and the Nordic countries, submissions from higher education contexts in other geographical areas are also welcome.

  • Submissions are subject to (double or single) blind peer review or editorial review at the discretion of the editors.
  • Submissions may be written in English or any Nordic language.
  • All reports are published open access at no cost to contributors.
  • Prospective contributors are encouraged to contact the editors to discuss their ideas for submission. Style guidelines for submissions are available from the editors.

Report 2020:1 © Scientific Communication Beyond Academia. A report from the GENIE-funded Project: Scientific communication and metacognition: Thinking outside the box 

Report 2023:1 © Chatbots and other AI for learning: A survey of use and views among university students in Sweden, 2023


Hans Malmström
  • Professor, Language and Communication, Communication and Learning in Science
Christian Stöhr
  • Professor, Engineering Education Research, Communication and Learning in Science