Lars Bo Andersen

My name is Lars Bo Andersen. I am a researcher at University College Copenhagen where I work with - and do research on - the relationship between (information) technology and social change with a special focus on empowerment of children. Aside from that, I am very fond of craftsmanship, literature, mechanics, art, computer programming and working with my hands alongside my head. I also have a great affection for everything on two wheels.

I use this website to maintain a publicly accessible archive of journal articles, conference papers, features and other things I write or do (see below).

You are always welcome to contact me.

Most recent content

Oct-04 2022
Teledialogue with placed children
This article presents a scoping review of existing research on the use of digital data in social work. This review focuses on research that includes empirical investigations of digital data on citizens in social work practices. The purpose of this review is to map the emerging field of research and contribute knowledge of the role of digital data on citizens in social work. This review includes 28 articles published between 2013 and 2020, and concludes that data pervades almost every aspect of social work and that there is a variety of research on the use of data in social work. However, detailed analyses of data that describe and conceptualise the production, circulation and utilisation of data are few. In consequence, this article introduces and discusses concepts from other data-laden fields of research, and calls for further research that addresses the challenges presented by digital data used in social work.

Teledialogue with placed children

Jun-04 2018
Jul-04 2014


One Laptop per Child

Science and Technology Studies

Mar-29 2017
Mar-11 2017

Teaching & Learning

Bikes & Mechanics

IT & Programming


Dec-27 2012