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  • HiOA - Cooperation and strategy
    cooperation projects with funding from the EU Research Council of Norway and other funding providers International R D cooperation HiOA is an attractive cooperation partner for foreign research environments and for society business and industry in Norway R D strategy and organisation Overview of how the R D activities are organised contact information and HiOA s goals for research and development Contact information Section for Research and Development Pro Rector for Research and Director of Research Faculties and Centres Research news from HiOA Where do the happiest children live Most children i Norway are happy but we also find exceptions The Children s Worlds Study has important From Cannabis to Problem Drinking Persons with a current or previous involvement with cannabis report more alcohol related problems a new New Norwgian project on innovation in media organizations Oslo and Akershus University College HiOA was recently awarded a new research project named OMEN Organizing The welfare states in Spain and Norway In a collaborative project Spanish and Norwegian researchers have studied the status of the two welfare NOVA is seeking new researchers Norwegian Social Research NOVA seeks new researchers with expertise in ageing and life course and health and Norway s Largest

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Research-and-Development/Cooperation-and-strategy (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Our research
    lot of the research activities at HiOA are conducted in the research groups at the faculties and at the centres Research at the Faculties Faculty of Health Sciences Faculty of Education and International Studies Faculty of Social Sciences Faculty of Technology Art and Design Databases Databases Learning Centre and Library Cristin Current Research Information System in Norway ODA Open Digital Archive Open Access Open Access policy Research programmes Care Health and Welfare Urban Research Programme Centres and units Centre for Welfare and Labour Research Norwegian Social Research NOVA Work Research Institute AFI Centre for the Study of Professions S ocial Welfare Research Centre Research news from HiOA Where do the happiest children live Most children i Norway are happy but we also find exceptions The Children s Worlds Study has important From Cannabis to Problem Drinking Persons with a current or previous involvement with cannabis report more alcohol related problems a new New Norwgian project on innovation in media organizations Oslo and Akershus University College HiOA was recently awarded a new research project named OMEN Organizing The welfare states in Spain and Norway In a collaborative project Spanish and Norwegian researchers have studied the status of the two welfare NOVA

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Research-and-Development/Our-research (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - EU Projects at HiOA
    Bergland Gro Idland EEA Grants Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009 2014 Slovenia Health professionals empowerment in elderly nutrition a holistic approach Pronutriosenior Partner Faculty for Health Sciences Project Manager Liv Elin Torheim EEA Grants Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009 2014 Portugal EFFECT Enhancing the effectiveness of work life balance initiatives use Patner SVA NOVA Project Manager Kari Stefansen EEA Grants Norwegian Polish Norwegian Research Programme Project website TRANSFAM Doing family in transnational context Demographic choices welfare adaptations school integration and every day life of Polish families living in Polish Norwegian transnationality Partner SVA NOVA Project Manager Lihong Huang EEA Grants Norwegian Polish Norwegian Research Programme Project website INNCARE Governance social investments and social innovation in care services in the Czech Republic and Norway Partner SVA NOVA Project Manager Marie Louise Seeberg Ministry of Education Sports and Youth of the Czech Republic Norway Grants EØS Project website Other International Projects Project Network Role Department at HiOA Source of Funding Relevant Links MOOCAP MOOC Accessibility Partnership Partner Faculty for Technology Art and Design Department of Computer Science Project Manager Weiqin Chen Erasmus Project website Renewable futures Partner Faculty for Technology Art and Design Project Manager Kristin Bergaust CREATIVE EUROPE CE Culture Cooperation Projects 2015 PATHWAYS Participation to Healthy Workplaces and Inclusive Strategies in the Work Sector Partner Faculty for Social Sciences Project Manager Rune Halvorsen European Commission s 3rd Health Programme Project website Our Children s Europe Centre for Welfare and Labour Research Norwegian Social Research NOVA Project Manager Bjørn Hvinden NORFACE ERA NET Project website Action IS1102 Social Services Welfare State and Places The restructuring of social services in Europe and its impacts on social and territorial cohesion and governance Partner Faculty for Social Sciences Project Manager Ivan Hasløf COST Action Prosject website ISCH COST Action IS1311 INTERFASOL Intergenerational Family Solidarity across Europe Partner SVA NOVA Project Manager Katharina Herlofson COST Action Project website Action IS1007 Investigating Cultural Sustainability Partner Faculty for Technology Art and Design Project Manager Astrid Skjerven COST Action Project website ISCH COST Action IS1207 Local Public Sector reforms An International Comparison Partner SAM Project Manager Signy Vabo COST Action Project website Transport and Urban Development COST Action TU1204 People Friendly Cities in a Data Rich World Partner HF Project Manager Inger Marie Lid COST Action Project website http www cost eu COST Actions tud Actions TU1204 Partner FA Project Manager Vibeke Moe COST Action Project website ISCH COST Action IS1404 Evolution of reading in the age of digitisation E READ Partner Faculty for Social Sciences Project Manager Tor Arne Dahl COST Action Project website International Civic and Citizenship Education Study 2016 ICCS Coordinator SVA NOVA Project Manager Lihong Huang International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement IEA for Norway The Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training Project website Consumer perspectives differentiation and diet and physical activity choices ConDiPa Patner HF Project Manager Laura Terragni JPI HDHL DEDIPAC Knowledge Hub Project website Finished Projects Project Network Role Department at HiOA Source of Funding Relevant Links Toybox Partner Faculty for

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  • HiOA - Behavior analysis
    questions in all three areas Behavior analysis is an academic scientific discipline with the advantage of built in practical usefulness It is of high societal importance to have a demonstrably effective technology for promoting behavioral change The candidates workplaces will be in connection with labgroups that are organized around research projects The candidates will perform an independent research project that forms the basis for a doctoral dissertation and a public defense of this dissertation This part of the program constitutes 150 ECTS credits All courses are taught in Pilestredet Oslo It is possible to apply for single courses More information can be found in Courses and time schedule Career opportunities The candidate will receive advanced training in theories and methods which will provide a foundation for independent and objective thinking suitable for research in the field of behavior analysis A graduate from the Ph D program in behavior analysis will be qualified for high level research and teaching positions in academic institutions The program will give the graduates qualifications for applied and clinical work Application and admission Application deadline March 1st and October 1st for external applicants Admission Read more Program description Behavior analysis is helping Lisa Atferdsanalyse hjelper Lisa

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studies/HF/Phd/Behavior-analysis (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Health Sciences
    interaction between physical psychological and social dimensions Although the respective professions and disciplines place different emphasis on dimensions of health they share a common understanding of the goal to promote health and quality of life In the training component of the programme candidates learn about research and work methods that can contribute towards knowledge based assessment and intervention in the health care services at individual and systemic levels The training component consists of 30 ECTS credits and will support the candidates in their work on their thesis It will enhance the depth and breadth of the candidates professional knowledge so that they develop an independent and reflective approach to both their own research and to that of others as well as to the role of research in a broader context More information about the programme and the courses offered in the programme can be found in the programme plan Career opportunities With a PhD in Health Sciences you will be qualified for conducting research teaching and other positions with high demands for scientific insight and production of new knowledge Research training in health sciences offers opportunities to apply for academic positions at universities university colleges health trusts and research institutes

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studies/HF/Phd/Health-Sciences (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - PhD in Educational Sciences for Teacher Education
    of the PhD programme in Educational Sciences is dedicated individuals seeking theoretical challenges and qualifications as researchers in the field of educational sciences for teacher education The PhD programme aims at offering High quality post graduate studies A stimulating and international research environment for PhD candidates Contributions to research for teacher education at an international level Ensuring that the PhD candidates complete their degrees within the nominal length of study Creating an attractive and good learning environment for PhD candidates The programme offers several courses and candidates from other programmes may apply for admission to the individual research courses The programme is currently offered in Norwegian only However specific courses may be provided in English See the menu to the right for more information Please note that you need funding to be qualified for admission to our PhD programme Career opportunities Read more The PhD programme qualifies for a research career at universities and university colleges as well as for positions in the public and private sector that require high academic qualifications The graduates will qualify for research education development and other activities where there is requirement for a high level of scientific knowledge of teacher education school and early childhood education and care and socialization The programme develops theory of knowledge in teacher education as a separate field of research The programme has a distinctive scientific profile as it connects research in and on teacher education and profession with research in and on professional practice in kindergartens and schools The research is viewed from a national and an international perspective More about the PhD programme Programme description PhD courses PhD projects For PhD candidates Regulations Forms and questionnaires PhD handbook Practical information for new PhD candidates For applicants Regulations Forms and questionnaires About admission to the PhD programme to

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studies/LU/Phd/PhD-in-Educational-Sciences-for-Teacher-Education (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Library and Information Science
    field teaching positions at universities and university colleges and other positions with strict demands for scientific competence Contents The PhD programme in Library and Information Science includes three core areas Knowledge Organisation and Retrieval Mediation of Literature and Culture Libraries in Society and Literary Sociology The main focus is on the relation between information systems such as a physical and digital libraries and the actually and potential users of the documents in the systems The programme consists of courses related to e g systems for knowledge organisation and retrieval methods for the description and indexing of documents peoples information seeking behaviour mediation of contents from the system to users information and cultural policies Career opportunities The target group for the PhD programme is persons who want to qualify for research within the field of Library and information Science teaching positions at universities and university colleges and other positions with strict demands for scientific competence Application and admission Application deadline Continuous Admission requirements Applicants must have completed a Norwegian or a recognized foreign education at a second degree level master s degree level in Library and Information Science or equivalent e g informatics media studies documentation sciences culture studies or literary

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studies/SAM/Ph.d/Library-and-Information-Science (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Social Work and Social Policy
    is interdisciplinary in the sense that it is based on contributions from several disciplines within Social Science and Humanism The programme is characterised by methodological and theoretical pluralism At the same time emphasis is put on giving the individual PhD candidates great specialisation possibilities The programme contributes to an historical social and cultural analysis of the phenomena that are to be explored in addition to emphasising an international and comparative perspective This also applies to research on the relationship between social workers and their clients and the framing and implementation of social policy programmes The connection between social work and social policy makes it possible to investigate how measures and decisions affect people s everyday life living conditions and quality of life in different stages and lifestyles and how the individual s situation must be viewed in the light of socio political conditions In this perspective social work and social policy are mutually enriching The programme consists of a learning component course component 35 ECTS credits and a research component 145 ECTS credit Career opportunities The university college has the leading research environment within social work in Norway Social work is a core subject for child welfare officers social and welfare workers Social work includes child welfare and social education These three professions are described as social work The combination of social work and social policy is a new construction and this PhD degree will be the only PhD degree in Norway with this composition There is an increasing demand for Associate Professors both for teaching and research positions at universities and university colleges and for research positions in social work and social policy at research institutes There is a demand for new knowledge and understanding in this academic field Application and admission Application deadline Continuous Admission Course facts PhD

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studies/SAM/Ph.d/Social-work (2015-09-15)
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