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Humanities and the future notion of societal impact

Bolette Rye Mønsted
In this article, the author relates various areas such as Higher Education, social media, educational politics, society and humanistic research in regards to comment on the challenges faced by Humanities and its future notion of societal impact. It is argued that in order to identify and understand the future impact of the Humanities, it is necessary to develop a methodologically and theoretically based mapping design in which the complexity of the development can be understood...

Nationalism, Gender and Welfare

Birte Siim & Pauline Stoltz

A Case Study of Formative Assessment Using Mobile Applications and Peripherals to Encourage ‘Real-Life’ Critical Analysis in the Biosciences

Daniel J Peart, Orrin J Fairhead & Keyleigh A Stamp
This paper shares a practice of encouraging critical analysis in science students by comparing mobile applications and peripherals to traditional tools to record physiological variables such as heart rate and blood pressure. A progressive series of case studies is described with learning outcomes mapped to the benchmark statement for Bioscience from the United Kingdom's Quality Assurance Agency. A student reflection and staff commentary of the practice is also offered.

Territorial stigmatisation and the negotiation of place

Jørgen Riber Christensen & Kim Toft Hansen
The article addresses the negotiated meaning of notorious places through a consideration of a recent tendency in Danish TV documentaries where marginalized, often peripheral, places are portrayed and debated. Based partly on sociological research about territorial stigmatisation, partly on location studies as a method, the article stresses that inhabitants often contest and contradict the mediated stigmatization of their towns from an ambivalent position. On the one hand, participants in the programs are aware of the...

Online courses on business model innovation for practitioners in SMEs

Mark De Reuver, Timber Haaker & Martijn Cligge
We develop and evaluate five online courses (MOOCs) on business model innovation, tailored to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). Six design principles are found for such courses: regarding type and form of learning contents; time investments from participants; practical examples and tools; integration with daily practice; and participative learning.

Toward Smart City Business Models

Sari Perätalo & Petri Ahokangas
This paper discusses a business model concept in a public smart city context. To date, there is no unified understanding of how smart cities create value for their stakeholders. This study aims to contribute to the research by investigating the content and dynamics of a business model approach for smart cities.

Frie geodata har fået antallet af brugere på Kortforsyningen.dk til at eksplodere

Bente Steffensen, Tina Svan Colding & Anne Marie Carstens
Det er gået stærkt, siden Geodatastyrelsen 1. januar 2013 åbnede op for, at alle frit kan hente geografiske kort og data på Kortforsyningen.dk. Der har været mere end 1,6 mia. forespørgsler på Kortforsyningens webtjenester, mere end 300.000 filer er downloadet fra FTP’en og antallet af brugere er steget fra 800 til over 13.000. Samtidig er der indikationer på, at der allerede i det første år med frie geografiske grunddata (2013) er gevinster i den private...

The intentional use of learning technologies to improve learning outcomes in studio.

Andrew MacKenzie, Milica Muminovic & Karin Oerlemans
At the University of Canberra, Australia, the design and architecture faculty are trialling a range of approaches to incorporating learning technologies in the first year foundation studio to improve student learning outcomes. For this study researchers collected information on students’ access to their assignment information and feedback from the learning management system (LMS) to discover how the students engaged in the design process. The studio curriculum was designed to encourage students to engage in a...

Women against feminism: Exploring discursive measures and implications of anti-feminist discourse

Alex Phillip Lyng Christiansen & Ole Izard Høyer
The present paper studies anti-feminist discourse within the tumblr-based group Women Against Feminism, and explores how the sentiments of these anti-feminists, as expressed in a multi-modal format, may help to understand the difficulty feminism has with gathering support from its female audience. The textual corpus, gathered through the site, is analysed with methods inspired by Fairclough's 2012 version of CDA, focused on discovering social issues within feminism as it relates to a female audience. By...

China's Developing Arctic Policies: Myths and Misconceptions

Marc Lanteigne & Su Ping
The Arctic and Far North regions of the world have grown in importance for China's international interests in recent years, and in 2013 China became an observer state in the Arctic Council. Beijing has sought to develop an Arctic policy based on scientific research and partnerships, including in the areas of environmental studies and climate change issues, as well as development and economic issues. As the Arctic gains more international attention due to the effects...

Olafur Eliasson: Interdisciplinary Approaches and their Interplay with his Art

Else Marie Bukdahl
This dialogue with Olafur Eliasson investigates his interpretations of how he has merged the fields of art, architecture, science, and philosophy and has been sculpting a new interface between humanity and nature.

Værdibaseret forbrug – et paraplybegreb

Tove A. Rasmussen & Maria Majdall
Tove A. Rasmussen and Maria Majdall Værdibaseret forbrug – et paraplybegreb. (Value based consumption – an umbrella concept). In public debate as well as in research a number of different terms are used for considerate consumption, which implies both consideration for the other in the shape of nature, environment and animals and consideration for the others in the shape of people. It may be ecological, political and sustainable consumption as well as others. The article...

Introducing Multi-Stage Qualification for Micro-Level Decision-Making (MSQMLDM) Method in the Energy Sector – A case study of Photovoltaic and Wind Power in Tehran

Sami Saleki
Buildings are consuming approximately 60% of the total electricity supply and 40% of the primary energy consumption around the world. Further, they are responsible for approximately one third of the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Various approaches have been adopted to reduce energy consumption and GHG emissions in buildings such as green buildings and low-carbon buildings. In spite of the existing differences among these methods, some similarities are available, especially in using renewable energy. The present...

Dissolving Europe?

Birgit Eriksson
When the performance Living Dead premiered in Denmark in 2016, its reception was characterized by an equal amount of praise and unease. Written and directed by Christian Lollike, Living Dead dealt with the increasing number of refugees coming to Europe from Africa and the Middle East. Controversially, it was a “horror performance” focusing on the fear, anxiety, and potential dissolution of Europe. The article examines the agency of the performance. How does it engage our...

Futures of rural and peripheral areas

Helle Nørgaard
Regional processes have transformed rural and peripheral areas throughout Europe through spatial, functional and social changes and in terms of stagnating economies as well as population decline. In response to this, the so-­‐called 'new rural paradigm' was developed where key elements are a focus on places rather than sectors and on investments rather than subsidies, stressing the need for building on local strengths and qualities. An overall goal within the EU is to pursue economic,...

Ejendomsdata – forandringer og muligheder

Peter Knudsen
I artiklen præsenteres de ændringer der følger af implementeringen af Ejendomsdataprogrammet under Grunddataprogrammet. Der redegøres bl.a. nærmere for implementeringsplanerne, samt muligheder og gevinster for anvendere. Derudover er der fokuseret på sammenhængene med resten af Grunddataprogrammet og den videre drift, vedligeholdelse og videreudvikling af ejendomsdataområdet. Artiklen er udarbejdet i sammenhæng med et indlæg på Kortdage 2017.

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