- Norwegian as a second language
- Second language acquisition
- Learner corpora
- Sustainable feedback
- Language testing and language assessment
- Massive open online courses
Scientific development, projects, prizes
In 2014, the year when Tomson was employed by the Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies (ILN), she compiled the NORINT Corpus together with Liv Andlem Harnæs and Else Ryen as well as the Text Laboratory. Tomson was a recipient of the ILN's Distinguished Teaching Award for the MOOC course Introduction to Norwegian in 2016 together with Erik Juriks and Roger Solberg. A year after, in 2017, Tomson, Solberg and Juriks were awarded the University of Oslo's Education Prize for Introduction to Norwegian. Tomson has been responsible for the website Interaktive grammatikkoppgaver for internasjonale norskstudenter (IGIN) since 2018. Tomson was ILN's Head of Teaching and Deputy Head of Department from 01.08.2017 to 31.07.2020. She managed an EU funded project about didactics, "Masters of Didactics", from 01.01.2019 to 30.04.2021, and Tomson contributes to "Masters of Didactics" until the end of 2022.
- 2018– : responsible for IGIN
- 01.09.2018–31.08.2022: 2. Deputy Representative on the board of the University of Oslo Library
- 2017–2020: Deputy Representative of the Faculty of Humanities on the board of the International Summer School
Tomson, Annely (2022). Syntaktiske avvik fra målspråket: Forskjell på innlærernes skriftlige og muntlige produksjon?
Tomson, Annely (2021). Plenary: Designing Sustainable Feedback.
Tomson, Annely & Leirvåg, Siren (2020). Plenary: Masters of Didactics: The participants’ learning outcomes and experiences with the programme.
Wapinska, Ewa & Tomson, Annely (2017). Assessing B2 exam papers at B2 level through the CEFR lens.
Harnæs, Liv Andlem & Tomson, Annely (2014). Muntlig korpus - voksne deltakere på norskkurs ved UiO.
Garbacz, Piotr & Tomson, Annely (2021). A Masters of Didactics Model for University Teaching and Tutoring. Ministerstwo Edukacji i Nauki. Full text in Research Archive