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FROM THE BOLOGNA DECLARATION IDEAS TO THE CREATION OF COL-LECTIVE INTELLIGENCE В Д ДЕЙ БОЛОНСЬКОЙ ДЕКЛАРАЦ ДО РЕАЛ Й СТВОРЕННЯ КОЛЕКТИВНОГО НТЕЛЕКТУ  [cached]
K. Метешк?н,Х. Раковський
Information Technologies and Learning Tools , 2010,
Abstract: The results of Bologna process are investigated. It is underlined that theoretical – methodological bases of the Bologna process have been poorly developed. A scheme for master’s education both on requirements of separate states, and on requirements of EU is offered. Досл джуються п дсумки Болонського процесу. П дкреслю ться, що слабко розроблен теоретико-методолог чн основи Болонського процесу. Пропону ться схема навчання маг стр в, як для потреб окремих держав, так для потреб С.
We Are All Students: The Bologna Process  [cached]
Nicole Brigitte Maier
Amsterdam Law Forum , 2010,
Abstract: Initiated in 1999 through the signing of the Bologna Declaration , the Bologna Process wards creating a European Higher Education Area (EHEA) by 2010.
The Bologna agreement is not suitable for medical education: a German view []
Pfeilschifter, Josef
GMS Zeitschrift für Medizinische Ausbildung , 2010, DOI: 10.3205/zma000669
Abstract: [english] Central elements of the Bologna declaration have been implemented in a huge variety of curricula in humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and engineering sciences at German universities. Overall the results have been nothing less than disastrous. Surprisingly, this seems to be the perfect time for German universities to talk about introducing a curriculum that is fully compatible with the Bologna declaration for medical education as well. However, German medical education does not have problems the Bologna declaration is intended to solve, such as quality, mobility, internationalization and employability. It is already in the Post-Bologna age.
The 2011 PHARMINE report on pharmacy and pharmacy education in the European Union
Atkinson,J.; Rombaut,B.;
Pharmacy Practice (Internet) , 2011, DOI: 10.4321/S1886-36552011000400001
Abstract: the pharmine consortium consists of 50 universities from european union member states or other european countries that are members of the european association of faculties of pharmacy (eafp). eu partner associations representing community (pgeu), hospital (eahp) and industrial pharmacy (eipg), together with the european pharmacy students' association (epsa) are also part of the consortium. the consortium surveyed pharmacies and pharmacists in different settings: community, hospital, industry and other sectors. the consortium also looked at how european union higher education institutions and courses are organised. the pharmine survey of pharmacy and pharmacy education in europe produced country profiles with extensive information for eu member states and several other european countries. these data are available at: http://www.pharmine.org/losse_paginas/country_profiles/. this 2011 pharmine report presents the project and data, and some preliminary analysis on the basic question of how pharmacy education is adapted to pharmacy practice in the eu.
The 2011 PHARMINE report on pharmacy and pharmacy education in the European Union
Atkinson J,Rombaut B
Pharmacy Practice (Granada) , 2011,
Abstract: The PHARMINE consortium consists of 50 universities from European Union member states or other European countries that are members of the European Association of Faculties of Pharmacy (EAFP). EU partner associations representing community (PGEU), hospital (EAHP) and industrial pharmacy (EIPG), together with the European Pharmacy Students’ Association (EPSA) are also part of the consortium. The consortium surveyed pharmacies and pharmacists in different settings: community, hospital, industry and other sectors. The consortium also looked at how European Union higher education institutions and courses are organised.The PHARMINE survey of pharmacy and pharmacy education in Europe produced country profiles with extensive information for EU member states and several other European countries. These data are available at: http://www.pharmine.org/losse_paginas/Country_Profiles/. This 2011 PHARMINE report presents the project and data, and some preliminary analysis on the basic question of how pharmacy education is adapted to pharmacy practice in the EU.
POLITICA INVATAMANTULUI SUPERIOR IN EPOCA POST-BOLOGNA  [PDF]
Sorin Dan ?ANDOR
Revista Transilvan? de ?tiin?e Administrative , 2004,
Abstract: After the Bologna Declaration (1999) European Universities took several measures in order to reach the objective of building an European High Education Area by 2010. The present paper tries to see what are the results and the challenges of such a drive for the Romanian higher education system with a special focus on “Babe -Bolyai” University. The main points in discussion are about the duration of studies, the correct implementation of the credit system, various measures for mobility and quality assurance.
Risky professions? Risk of disability in professions in Norway  [cached]
Per Arne Tufte
Professions & Professionalism , 2013, DOI: 10.7577/pp.468
Abstract: Modern professions provide important and essential services like engineering, financial services, and welfare state services. Sustaining a sufficient supply of these services requires professionals to remain in the workforce as long as possible. This article examines variation in the risk of disability pension among individuals with different professional education backgrounds according to the status of the profession and its primary task (i.e., caring for others, “life” professions; or providing other kinds of services, “thing” professions). Event history analy-sis was employed to examine register data for the Norwegian population from 1992 through 2008, with gender, age at completed education, birth year, and social status as control variables. The results indicate that individuals in low-status life professions were exposed to a greater risk of disability pension than individuals with other professional education backgrounds. Possible explanations are mechanisms related to selection effects, physical and mental job strain, and professional ethics.
Sectoral Systems and Innovation and Technology Policy  [cached]
Franco Malerba
Revista Brasileira de Inova??o , 2003,
Abstract: This paper uses the concept of sectoral system of innovation which aims toprovide a multidimensional, integrated and dynamic view of innovation in sectors.Sectoral systems have three dimensions that affect the generation and adoptionof new technologies and the organization of innovation and production at thesectoral level: knowledge (and the related boundaries), actors and networks, andinstitutions. The paper discusses the conceptual framework of sectoral systems,presents five main sectoral systems and examines their major trends, challengesand transformation. The paper then examines which are the main policyimplications and indications in a sectoral system perspective.
Churches in Bologna Bologna delle chiese  [cached]
Giorgio Praderio,Luigi Bartolomei
In_Bo : Ricerche e Progetti per il Territorio, la Città e l'Architettura , 2010,
Abstract: E’ opportuno riconoscere, quando già non sia evidente, che la gran parte del patrimonio testimoniale architettonico ed artistico che il centro storico della nostra città può vantare, è costituito dalle chiese e dagli edifici ecclesiali, convenutali e religiosi. Bologna, tuttavia, è nata tardi alla pianificazione del turismo, e pare altrettanto restia ad aprirsi ad una gestione programmatica del territorio per la promozione di turismi culturali e consapevoli fuori dagli itinerari comuni, ormai asseverati storicamente. Si ha quasi l’impressione che si preferiscano lasciare tesori assoluti dell’arte quasi nascosti, patrimonio di pochi, dei soli iniziati che conoscono le vie d’accesso, le posizioni degli interruttori, gli eventuali custodi o gli orari di loro reperibilità: il patrimonio segreto della città si rivela così solo a chi ne possieda la combinazione, enfatizzando il raggiungimento di una meta quasi fosse una scoperta, come agli albori del “viaggio in Italia”.
Bologna and the Cooperation with Developing Countries  [PDF]
Giorgio Giacomelli
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: A brief recollection is made of the many scientific collaborations of Bologna with colleagues from Developing Countries. In particular are discussed in detail the collaborations in some recent Astroparticle Physics experiments.
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