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Master Elin Borg defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of Ph.d.:
Beyond a dual understanding og gender differences in school achievement: A study of the gender gap among youth in Oslo secondary schools.
Ph.D defends his doctoral dissertation for the degree of Dr.Philos.:
A study of Einar Høigård and the fight against the Naxification of the Norwegian educational system 1940-1945.
The conference theme focuses on changes in professional learning and development from two distinct, but interdependent, angles
Presenter is Professor Christopher Morphew, University of Iowa, USA
Master Martina Vukasovic defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of Ph.d.:
How does Europe matter for higher education change? A study about changes of policy and organization in higher education.
Cand.polit. Jan Arild Dolonen defends his doctoral dissertation for the degree of Ph.d.:
Collaborative design and use of digital learning resources. Analysing the processes and products of collaborative design and computer-supported collaborative learning scenarios in education.
Presenter in this seminar is Dr. Ivan Pavlutkin, National Research University, Russian Federation.
The resaerch group FALK is proud to present this seminar by professor Silvia Gherardi.
Seminar with Professor Gert Biesta, University of Luxemburg
Cand.polit. Anne Mette Bjørgen defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of Ph.d.:
Digital practices in interplay between contexts: A study of how children between 9 - 13 years of age use, experience and frame digital technology between school and leisure.
Presenter in this seminar is Vidar Grøtta from the HEIK resaerch group at the Department of Educaion, UiO
This seminar explores recent research on cognitive, social, and practice aspects of creativity in three different disciplines: art making, filmmaking, and art interpretation. The seminar is the first of several InterMedia and Transaction research group collaborations on events for 2014 with this research theme.
What are the current challenges for the further development fo higher education and research in the Western Balkans?
This and related questions will be addressed on Thursday when partners and invited guests meett up in Oslo for the final conference of a research project on the Western Balkans funded through the Norglobal programme in the Norwegian Research Council.
Presenters are Agnete Vabø from NIFU and Daniel Houben from RWTH Aachen.
Presenter is dr. Jennifer Olson from the Department of Education, UiO.
In this talk, "Serious Play vs Serious Games", Eric Sanchez presents an overview of different national an international research projects based on the design and uses of digital epistemic games, which he describes as playful situations designed with digital technologies that intend to foster epistemic interactions for learners.
Presenter in this semiar is professor Franziska Trede from Charles Sturt University, Australia.
This seminar, presented by Peter Maasen, will discuss the way in which the university’s social contract is interpreted, criticized and renewed especially in Europe and the USA.
MSc Crina Damsa defends her doctoral dissertation for the degree of Ph.d.:
Knowledge Co-construction and Object-oriented Collaboration. A Study of Learning through Collaborative Construction of Knowledge Objects in Higher Education.
InterMedia research group is proud to announce an open, invited guest lecture by Professor Gerry Stahl from College of Information Science and Technology, Drexel University, USA.
Speaker: Professor Hansjörg Hohr, Department of Education
Cand.scient. Anders McDonald Sookermany defends his doctoral dissertation for the degree of Dr.Philos.:
On Developing (Post)modern Soldiers - An Inquiry into the Ontological and Epistemological Foundation of Skill-Acquisition in an Age of Military Transformation.
At this closing conference for the CONTACT project (Communicating Organizations in Networks of Art and Cultural Heritage Technologies), approaches to engaging young people through media and meaning making are the focus of a full day of presentations.
A one-day PhD course will be held in conjunction with the CONTACT project's closing conference.
This two-day program will address two aspects of the relationship between instructional policy and teachers’ classroom practice: 1) the role of social networks in carrying logics of instruction from the environment into districts, schools, and classroom; and 2) the role of framing in local processes of meaning making.