• The Academic Librarians: New Roles and Challenges: a Comparison with Kurt De Belder's "Partners in Knowledge" 

      Gregersen, Anne-Berit (Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education;2013, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      For many years libraries have adapted to digital change as this has been expressed on the immediate and tangible levels - books, journals, search & retrieval etc. But they have done so within established institutional and ...
    • Are Norwegian academic librarians ready to share usage data for learning analytics? 

      Hoel, Tore; Chen, Weiqin; Gregersen, Anne-Berit (Nordic Journal of Information Literacy in Higher Education, NORIL;10(1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      University libraries offer services that generate data about how students and faculty use knowledge sources and engage with teaching and learning. In an era of Big Data there is mounting pressure ...
    • Changing Pedagogical Practices: Are Development Projects the right Course to take? 

      Jonsmoen, Kari Mari; Greek, Marit (Work Based Learning e-journal;3(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      The project entitled Good Pedagogical Practices at Oslo University College was a pedagogical development project conducted by the Centre for Centre for Educational Research and Development and the Department of Nursing. ...
    • Co-teaching in information literacy during work placements: the librarian's role 

      Kolstad, Anett Kristin (Liber Quarterly;25(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-12-04)
      Introduction This article presents findings from a development project designed to improve Information Literacy (IL) education by linking it to nursing students’ application of evidence-based practice during work ...
    • Cultivating Collective Reflection on Experiences of Teaching with ICT 

      Beck, Eevi Elisabeth; Jamissen, Grete (Nordic journal of digital literacy;6 (1-2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      The question of how to teach digital literacy attracts the attention of researchers, government agencies, parents, mass media, etc. This paper proposes that the teacher’s role is crucial: to teach digital literacies, ...
    • Digital assessment – how does it challenge local practices and national law? A Norwegian case study 

      Raaheim, Arild; Mathiassen, Ketil; Moen, Vegard; Lona, Irene; Gynnild, Vidar; Bunæs, Bente Ringlund; Hasle, Emil Trygve (European Journal of Higher Education;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-11-02)
      The traditional exam has a strong holding within Norwegian higher education and is very often the preferred way of assessing students. Digital technology opens up for alternatives to the traditional exam, but so far focus ...
    • Digital Course Construction : Learn to Produce - Produce to Learn 

      Høivik, Helge (Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education;2010, Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2010)
      Educational developers find themselves in an unstable balance between the inertia of tradition and an increased demand for innovative approaches. They must choose between tools, themes and traditions that address the local ...
    • Digital Curation in a Mobile World 

      Høivik, Jingru; Høivik, Helge (Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education;(2010), Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2010)
      Digital curation is the structuration of digital art and cultural artefacts together with their descriptive metadata for purposes of study, learning and entertainment. This professional domain has gained new importance ...
    • Digital storytelling as poetic reflection in Occupational therapy education: An empirical study 

      Skarpaas, Lisebet Skeie; Jamissen, Grete; Krüger, Cecilie; Holmberg, Vigdis; Hardy, Pip (Journal article; Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016)
      Stories are powerful aids to reflection. Thus, the use of stories may be a pathway to enhanced reflective practice and clinical reasoning skills. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether and how digital storytelling ...
    • Effects of school-based educational interventions for enhancing adolescents' abilities in critical appraisal of health claims: a systematic review 

      Nordheim, Lena Victoria; Gundersen, Malene Wøhlk; Espehaug, Birgitte; Guttersrud, Øystein; Flottorp, Signe (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Background and Objective Adolescents are frequent media users who access health claims from various sources. The plethora of conflicting, pseudo-scientific, and often misleading health claims in popular media makes ...
    • Enhancing academic literacy among academic staff and students: seminars and workshops 

      Jonsmoen, Kari Mari (Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2013)
      This paper presents studies conducted on Norwegian students’ and lecturers’ academic literacy. The studies reveal that students are struggling to meet the requirements for academic writing and that they benefit to a small ...
    • EPUB as Publication Format in Open Access Journals: Tools and Workflow 

      Eikebrokk, Trude; Dahl, Tor Arne; Kessel, Siri (Code4Lib Journal;(24), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-04-16)
      In this article, we present a case study of how the main publishing format of an Open Access journal was changed from PDF to EPUB by designing a new workflow using JATS as the basic XML source format. We state the reasons ...
    • Erfaringer med studentaktive læringsformer i teknologirikt undervisningsrom 

      Komulainen, Tiina M.; Lindstrøm, Christine; Sandtrø, Tengel Aas (Uniped;38(04), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      This article describes the use of flipped classroom and student-active teaching methods in a technology-rich classroom, called ProLab, at Oslo and Akershus University College, for a course in Dynamic Systems during fall ...
    • From Democratic Consultation to User-employment: Shifting Institutional Embedding of Citizen Involvement in Health and Social Care 

      Andreassen, Tone Alm (Journal of Social Policy;Volume 47, Issue 1, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-01)
      Policies of citizen involvement in health and social care have given rise to a variety of organisational forms, which address citizens in different capacities and differ in their demands as to the representativeness, ...
    • «HODET BLIR TUNGT – OG TOMT»– om det å skrive seg til profesjonsutøvelse 

      Jonsmoen, Kari Mari; Greek, Marit (Journal article, 2012)
      Evalueringen av Kvalitetsreformen viser at dagens studenter skriver mer og får flere tilbakemeldinger på sine arbeider enn tidligere (Aamodt mfl. 2006). Likevel etterspør -studentene mer veiledning (Greek & Jonsmoen 2010). ...
    • How the domestication process of a VLE came to closure 

      Sandtrø, Tengel Aas (Online Educational Research Journal;3(7), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      This text will present empirical experience from the implementation process of a virtual learning environment and suggest some analytical tools for further research. The implementation is analysed within the domestication ...
    • Ikke en dag uten en linje – Skriving og minoritetsspråklige studenter i høyere utdanning 

      Jonsmoen, Kari Mari (Norsk tidsskrift for migrasjonsforskning;9 (1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2008-06-17)
      Nulla dies sina linea – Writing in higher education, the experiences of students with Norwegian as a second language This article focuses on the effect of an increasing demand for written assignments on the language ...
    • Interaction between Standardisation and Research in Drafting an International Specification on Learning Analytics 

      Hoel, Tore; Chen, Weiqin (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Interoperability standards are key enablers for widespread adoption of learning technologies, e.g., new data-driven analytics of learning, an application domain explored in a case study presented in this paper. ...
    • Interaction Between Standardisation and Research: A Case Study 

      Hoel, Tore; Chen, Weiqin (International Journal of Standardization Research (IJSR);Volume 16 • Issue 1 • January-June 2018, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Standards-making is a design practice that relies on input from research and end-users, involving experts that represent diverse stakeholders spread all over the globe. However, the standards-setting culture and formal ...
    • Learning Labs : The New Classroom 

      Høivik, Helge (Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education;(2010), Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2010)
      Giving a brief overview of factual school-room architecutres since the 1980’s, this paper presents some main parameters for the physical design of face-to-face learning environments with brief notes on their relationships ...