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  • Arc protein-protein interactions in long-term potentiation in the rat dentate gyrus in vivo 

    Debnath, Sudip (The University of Bergen, 2014-06-02)
    Synaptic plasticity is the ability of neuronal synapses to change in strength over time, and is considered to be a foundation for learning and memory. Long-term potentiation (LTP) is a widely studied form of synaptic ...
    Master thesis
  • Evaluating System Dynamics as a Tool for Teaching History 

    Barrientos, Margarita María Cruz (The University of Bergen, 2007)
    History has been traditionally taught as a presentation of isolated facts, which are hardly related by students. Furthermore, students are seldom encouraged to transfer what they learn at school to interpret different ...
    Master thesis
  • How to correct misperceptions of delays: an interactive learning environment to reduce binge drinking 

    Múnera Sánchez, Mauricio (The University of Bergen, 2010-11-06)
    Background: People misperceive accumulation processes. Take for example the case of people becoming more drunk than intended. Such misperceptions can lead to high costs that in some cases may be fatal. We ask: Could ...
    Master thesis
  • Impact of e-books in university students' learning process 

    Landøy, Ane (Ane Landøy, 2011)
    Is reading just reading? What do we mean when we talk about “reading” an electronic book? Is this perhaps depending on the situation? Is it different when we are reading for leisure or reading for learning? For information ...
    Conference object
  • Leiing og læring i omstillingssituasjonar 

    Petterteig, Gunn Tove (The University of Bergen, 2009-10)
    Background: The background for this master thesis is that change in health services is something that is here to stay. Experience shows that there is plenty frustration in an organization when conducting a change. As a ...
    Master thesis
  • Weblogs: Learning in Public 

    Walker, Jill (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2005-06-01)
    Purpose – Seeks to exemplify and discuss how students’ use of weblogs can prepare them for a networked world where writing has consequences outside grades. Design/methodology/approach – Experiences using weblogs with ...
    Journal article
  • "Why Do You Write Your Name Long Like That?" Language and Literacy in a San Francisco Kindergarten 

    Helgesen, Espen (The University of Bergen, 2008)
    In this thesis I investigate the role of language awareness in early literacy, and argue that skills acquired when becoming literate can provide resources for manipulating social as well as textual relations. Based on ...
    Master thesis