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Teaching consumer law based on PBL principles within a workshop frame

Marie Jull Sørensen
Changing learning objectives was the beginning of rethinking the pedagogical frame of my courses within a traditional law study program. The objectives were changed in order to aim for students becoming better at reflecting on the curriculum. I chose to work within a workshop frame incorporating some of the Aalborg PBL principles. The two courses conducted within this frame are Danish Consumer Law (in Danish) and EU Consumer Law (in English). They are both electives...

Application of pbl in the course fluid and electrical drive systems, case study: Manufacturing an automated punch machine

Ahmad Sedaghat, Mohammad AlJundub, Armin Eilaghi, Ehab Bani-Hani, Farhad Sabri, Raouf Mbarki & M. El Haj Assad
The PBL unit of fluid and electrical drive systems is taught in final semester of undergraduates in mechanical engineering department of the Australian College of Kuwait (ACK). The recent project on an automated punching machine is discovered more appealing to both students and instructors in triggering new ideas and satisfaction end results. In this case study, the way this PBL unit is coordinated and facilitated is explained. Two examples of student works are presented. The...

If PBL is the answer, then what is the problem?

Hans Hüttel & Dorina Gnaur
Danish PBL-based higher education institutions espouse the qualities of problem-based projects but actual practice shows a different picture. The predominant use of project catalogues and the formal requirements imposed by accreditation inhibit central intentions behind problem-based project work and there is now a danger of routinization. In this paper we identify and analyze problems of routinization of project work based on students’ and supervisor’s perceptions of project work; this is done in the context of...

European Network Against Racism

Helene Pristed Nielsen

Business Model Disclosures in Corporate Reports

Jan Michalak, Gunnar Rimmel, Peter Beusch & Kristina Jonäll
Purpose: In this paper, we investigate the development, the current state, and the potential of business model disclosures to illustrate where, why and how organizations might want to disclose their business models to their stakeholders. The description of the business model may be relevant to stakeholders if it helps them to comprehend the company ‘story’ and increase understanding of other provided data (i.e. financial statements, risk exposure, sustainability of operations). It can also aid stakeholders in...

A Theoretical Model for Meaning Construction through Constructivist Concept Learning

Farshad Badie
The PhD Series of the Faculty of the Humanities, Aalborg University

Neck pain – Sensory and motor effects during shoulder movements

Steffan Wittrup Christensen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University

Students Using Online Collaborative Tools in Problem-Oriented Project-Based Learning

Nikorn Rongbutsri
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University

Dwelling in Mundane Mobility

Marie Mikkelsen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University

MicroRNA Signatures and Transcriptional Regulatory Networks in Glioblastoma

Michael Henriksen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University

Assessment of the Contamination Level of Persistent Organic Pollutants in Breast Milk of Ghanian Women from from a polluted Area in Accra

Anita Asamoah
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University

Optimal Power Control in DFIG Turbine Based Wind Farm Considering Wake Effect and Lifetime

Juan Tian
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University

Stochastic Switching Dynamics

Maria Simonsen
The PhD Series of The Technical Faculty of IT and Design, Aalborg University

The processes of creating solutions in the context of uncertainty

Ivan Butler
The PhD Series of The Technical Faculty of IT and Design, Aalborg University

Affiliation to the labour market after a diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer - the impact of psychological vulnerability

Laura Sandholdt Jensen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University

Steps Towards Personalised Antibiograms

Line Rugholm Sanden
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University

Placental function estimated by T2*-weighted magnetic resonance imaging

Marianne Munk Sinding
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University

Youth Crime, Sanctions, and Education

Britt Østergaard Larsen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Aalborg University

Children with ADHD

Britt Laugesen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University

Identity Assemblages

Line Horn Helverskov

The effects of utility cost reduction on residential energy consumption in Hungary – a decomposition analysis

Tekla Sebestyén Szép
The residential energy consumption is influenced by a lot of factors. Understanding and calculating these factors is essential to making conscious energy policy decisions and feedbacks. Since 2013 the energy prices for households have been controlled by the government in Hungary and as a result of the utility cost reduction program a sharp decline can be observed in residential electricity, district heating and natural gas prices. This paper applies the LMDI (~Logarithmic Mean Division Index) method...

Customer perspectives on district heating price models

Kerstin Sernhed, Henrik Gåverud & Annamaria Sandgren
In Sweden there has been a move towards more cost reflective price models for district heating in order to reduce economic risks that comes with variable heat demand and high shares of fixed assets. The keywords in the new price models are higher shares of fixed cost, seasonal energy prices and charging for capacity. Also components that are meant to serve as incentives to affect behaviour are introduced, for example peak load components and flow...

Allocation of annual electricity consumption and power generation capacities across multiple voltage levels in a high spatial resolution

Ludwig Hülk, Lukas Wienholt, Ilka Cußmann, Ulf Philipp Müller, Carsten Matke & Editha Kötter
The electrical energy system is in transition. There is continuing expansion of renewable generation, which causes a spatial and temporal shift of energy flows at different voltage levels of the power grid. On the consumption side, demand patterns are expected to change. The limited availability of data with high spatial resolution hinders independent and transparent assessments. In view of this, the research project open_eGo is developing methods focusing on electricity networks and open-science principles. In...

Energy scheduling model to optimize transition routes towards 100% renewable urban districts

Richard Van Leeuwen, Jan B. De Wit & Gerard J.M. Smit
The purpose of this paper is to develop a model to analyze options for 100% renewable urban districts which self-consume locally generated renewable energy as much as possible and import (or export) energy from (or to) external grids as little as possible. Energy scheduling algorithms are developed to prioritize energy generation and storage of local renewable energy. The model is applied in a Dutch case study in which three renewable energy system concepts are evaluated...

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