• Energy Efficient Target Coverage in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Adaptive Learning 

      Rauniyar, Ashish; Kunwar, Jeevan; Haugerud, Hårek; Yazidi, Anis; Engelstad, Paal E. (Communications in Computer and Information Science;volume 1130, Journal article; Peer reviewed; Book chapter, 2019)
      Over the past few years, innovation in the development of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) has evolved rapidly. WSNs are being used in many application fields such as target coverage, battlefield surveillance, home security, ...
    • Epistemology and Journalism 

      Ekström, Mats; Westlund, Oscar (In Oxford Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies. Oxford University Press;, Book chapter, 2019-02)
      Epistemology is a central issue in journalism research. Journalism is among the most influential knowledge-producing institutions in modern society, associated with high claims of providing relevant, accurate, and verified ...
    • Four conceptual lenses for journalism amidst big data: Towards an emphasis on epistemological challenges 

      Westlund, Oscar; Lewis, Seth C. (Book chapter, 2017)
      Th e social world is increasingly quantifi ed, rendered as digital trace information – geolocation, web metrics, self-tracking, social graphs, likes and shares, and much more. Such data may be collected and analysed at ...
    • Learning methods - focus on reflective learning 

      Lappen, Reidun (Book chapter, 2011)
      Social work is a practical profession, and the competence needed for a social worker is developed through practical and personal training in different working situations where learning takes place. Learning is always the ...
    • Learning methods - how to learn social work 

      Kokkersvold, Else (Book chapter, 2011)
      Social work with marginalized persons in the local community - the experiences of Poland and Norway / Marynia Luszczynska and Reidun Lappen. Work in groups is useful when they are functional. In social work, you will often ...
    • News organizations and routines 

      Westlund, Oscar; Ekström, Mats (Handbook of Journalism Studies, Karin Wahl-Jorgensen & Thomas Hanitzsch (Eds.);, Book chapter, 2019-06)
      The first studies on news routines emerged in the 1950s, and since then a wealth of studies have followed that focus on routines among journalists in newsrooms. Clearly, however, much has happened in journalism since then; ...