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Barriers and Potential Solutions for Energy Renovation of Buildings in Denmark

Niels I Meyer, Brian Vad Mathiesen & Frede Hvelplund
Buildings account for a substantial part of the total energy consumption. In Denmark this number is about 40 % and this is approximately the same in most industrial countries. On this background there is an urgent need to develop strategies for reducing the energy demand in the building sector. Renovation of existing buildings must have high priority as houses often last for 50 to 100 years, while the time perspective for the desired transformation to...

Hvad kan vi lære af ligheder og forskelle mellem coaching psykologi og sportspsykologi

Alanna O´Broin & Stephen Palmer
En gennemgang af litteraturen inden for sportspsykologi blev gennemført ved hjælp af viden og forskning inden for dens beslægtede områder med det formål at foretage en sammenligning med coaching psykologi og fremhæve ligheder og forskelle, som potentielt kan være nyttige i den fortløbende diskussion, forskning og praksis, der er relevante for begge områders udbytte og effekt af coaching. Først og fremmest blev fælles fokusområder udforsket: f.eks. præstationspsykologi, positiv psykologi samt en række aspekter i forhold...

Interaktive kort som journalistisk redskab

Jesper Ishøj

Placering af et nyt og moderne hospital - set i et GIS-kommunikativt perspektiv

Inge Flensted

Turistkort som geografisk kommunikation

Niels Chr. Nielsen

Flybåren termografisk kortlægning og varmetabskortlægning

Peter Knudsen

Lokal rimer da på social, ikk ?

Iben Rørslev & Peter Kofoed

Geodata og infrastruktur – ”samfundets rygrad”

Esben Munk Sørensen
Uden national kortlægning har moderne stater ikke kunnet eksistere. De sidste tre år er denne nationale kortlægning blevet digital og tilpasset de teknologiske muligheder med geografiske informationssystemer og dataudvekling gennem Internettet. Med fremkomsten af”cloud”, smartphones og stadig flere gadgets/enheder med indbygget positioneringsevneudfordres den struktur og faglige metode – ”Datamodellerne” - som ligger bag de nationalegeodata systemer. ”Teknologien” bliver stadig mere globalt forankret og ”Behovene” tilsvarende mere globalt helhedsorienterede med miljø, energi og klima som udviklingskræfter.

ÅRSSKRIFTET ’MUSIKTERAPI I PSYKIATRIEN’ 1998-2008

ÅRSSKRIFTET ’MUSIKTERAPI I PSYKIATRIEN’ 1998-2008

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Musiklytning og indre billeder

Lars Ole Bonde & Inge Nygaard Pedersen
Denne artikel er tredje og sidste del af afrapporteringen fra det kliniske pilotprojekt “Musiklytning og indre billeder”, et projekt som blev gennemført i et samarbejde mellem de to forfattere, som begge var musikterapeuter for grupperne i projektet. Første del blev præsenteret af Bonde (2011) i årsskriftet Musikterapi i psykiatrien 6 og omhandlede assessment-delen af projektet. Anden del blev rapporteret af Bonde & Pedersen (2012) i Musikterapi i Psykiatrien Online 7 og omhandlede resultaterne fra pilotprojektet...

Art therapy. Prevention against the development of depression.

Vibeke Skov
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Transversal knowledge formations in Professional Bachelor Education employing Problem Based Learning (PBL)

Verner Larsen
This paper describes the principles underlying how various knowledge areas blend into transversal formations in two educational contexts employing PBL. Such ‘transversality’ has often been referred to as inter- cross- or trans-disciplinarity. However, these terms are ambiguous, especially in relation to Problem Based Learning. There is a growing need for stronger language to express underlying principles of knowledge formations and the constitution of such. The term transversality suggests that knowledge formations are not based on...

Musikterapi i psykiatrien online 8(1)

Niels Hannibal, Lars Ole Bonde, Inge Nygaard Pedersen, Charlotte Dammeyer & Hillevi Torell
Musikterapi i psykiatrien online 8(1)

PBL in Educational Psychology – Potentials and Challenges

Thomas Szulevicz & Mogens Jensen
This article discusses practical and theoretical aspects related to PBL. In the first section of the article, potentials related to professional training of forthcoming educational psychologists following PBL-principles are analyzed. It is argued that PBL constitutes a good platform for creating stimulating interplays between theory and practice. In the second section of the article we discuss some of the theoretical underpinnings in PBL. We discuss whether PBL is prone to a ‘form-content-dualism’, in which attention...

PBL and critical thinking disposition in Chinese medical students – A randomized cross-sectional study

XiangYun Du, Jeppe Emmersen, Egon Toft & Baozhi Sun
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship of problem-based learning (PBL) and the development of critical thinking disposition (CT) and academic achievement in Chinese medical students using a cross-sectional randomized design. Medical students from China Medical University (CMU) were randomized to PBL or non-PBL teaching at the commencement of the study. After five years of study, CT was scored by a Chinese version of the California Critical Thinking Disposition Inventory (CCTDI-CV). The...

Using Problem-Based Learning to help Portuguese students make the Bologna transition

Manuel Cabral Reis, Emanuel Peres, Raul Morais & Joaquim Escola
The Bologna Declaration has opened a stage of big and deep changes in the internal university organization, external cooperation, teaching models and methods, among other., all over the European countries. Here we will present and discuss a pilot experience conducted at the Engineering Department of the University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Portugal, during the second year of that transition period. In brief, we will present a set of non-mandatory courses proposed to the students...

Dimensions of problem based learning – dialogue and online collaboration in projects

Lars Birch Andreasen & Jørgen Lerche Nielsen
The article contributes to the discussions on problem based learning and project work, building on and reflecting the experiences of the authors. Four perspectives are emphasized as central to a contemporary approach to problem- and project-based learning: the exploration of problems, projects as a method, online collaboration, and the dialogic aspect of students’ project work. A specific focus is on how the problem- and project-based learning approach developed in Denmark historically and theoretically, and how...

Using Web 2.0 Technology to Enhance, Scaffold and Assess Problem-Based Learning

Catherine Hack
Web 2.0 technologies, such as social networks, wikis, blogs, and virtual worlds provide a platform for collaborative working, facilitating sharing of resources and joint document production. They can act as a stimulus to promote active learning and provide an engaging and interactive environment for students, and as such align with the philosophy of Problem-based Learning. Furthermore, Web 2.0 technologies can provide the tutor or facilitator with an opportunity to scaffold and asses the PBL process....

Hvilke nye udfordringer giver GIS-værktøjet planlæggeren ?

Mie Mølbak

Kommunesamarbejde, byplanlægning og GIS i Trekantsområdet

Jakob Martin Andersen

Plandata i Danmark

Bent Hulegaard Jensen

På vej mod 3D/4D geografisk information

Henning Sten Hansen

Geographic Information and Virtual Systems

Patrick Ottoson

Real-Time Data Generalisation and Integration using Java

Lars Harrie & Mikael Johansson

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