Inger Orre is associate professor in information design. She has a background in journalism and media and communication studies and has an extensive experience as feature reporter and editor for print media. After a period as senior lecturer at Stockholm University, she received a Ph. D in 2001 for a thesis on philosophical perspectives on journalistic practice. After that – with a position as senior lecturer in journalism ¬¬– she joined the research group at Centre for practical knowledge at Södertörn university, until she left for Mälardalen university in 2006. She was a member of the faculty board and head of the division for information design from 2008 until 2011. Her current research is focused on different aspects of interpretation and the use of ICT in connection to cultural heritage.
Ongoing research projects: Communicating Connections and Contemporaries; Interactive Invitations; Turning point Bergslagen
Collaboration for the Improvement of Tolerance (Sep 2013) Ulrika Florin, Inger Orre, Yvonne Eriksson The International Journal of the Arts in Society (IJAS)
Kanske är jag kvar om fem år. Multijournalist i digitalt panopticon (Aug 2009) Inger Orre Nordmedia, 19:e nordiska konferensen för medie- och kommunikatiopnsforskning
Från handrÃ¤ckning till bistÃ¥nd. Service Â– ett begrepp designat bortom innebÃ¶rd (Jan 2009) Inger Orre Vad Ã¤r praktisk kunskap?
FÃ¶rgyllt och fÃ¶rgiftat - en odyssÃ© pÃ¥ stÃ¤llet (Jan 2009) Inger Orre Fram trÃ¤der Bergslagen. Nytt ljus Ã¶ver gammal region
|Communicating Contemporaries and Connections. To interpret and communicate cultural heritage in transnational times
|Interactive Invitations. Evaluation of Techniques and Processes in an Exhibition Context
|Turning Point Bergslagen. Narrative and communicative aspects of Socio economical Processes