English Medium Instruction in Multilingual and Multicultural Universities analyses the issues related to EMI at both a local and international level and provides a broad perspective on this topic. Drawing on field studies from a Northern European context and based primarily on research carried out at the University of Copenhagen, this book: introduces a topical global issue that is central to the higher education research agenda; identifies the issues and challenges involved in EMI in relation to central linguistic, pedagogical, sociolinguistic and socio-cultural concepts; captures university lecturers’ experiences in the midst of curricular change and presents reflections on ways to navigate professionally in English to meet the demands of the multilingual and multicultural classroom. English Medium Instruction in Multilingual and Multicultural Universities is key reading for researchers, pre- and in-service teachers, university management, educational planners, and advanced students with an interest in EMI and the multilingual, multicultural university setting.
Denmark is set to achieve 100 per cent renewable energy by 2030. Iceland has topped the gender equality rankings for a decade and counting. South Korea’s average life expectancy will soon reach ninety. How have these places achieved such remarkable outcomes? And how can we apply those lessons to our own communities? The future we want is already here - it's just not evenly distributed. By bringing together for the first time tried and tested solutions to society's most pressing problems, from violence to inequality, Andrew Wear shows that the world we want to live in is already within reach. Solved is a much-needed dose of optimism in an atmosphere of doom and gloom. Informative, accessible and revelatory, it is a celebration of the power of human ingenuity to make the future brighter for everyone.
This alternative guidebook has a different approach to the capital of Denmark. It focuses on topics and issues that are not already dealt with on the web: Basic facts that even Wikipedia fails to clarify, funny facts (trivia) on six topics, alternative sights, talk of the town, curious places, not that wonderful places, things to watch out for, general behaviour, suggested bicycle tours and walks. Apart from that, you will learn about what Copenhageners prefer themselves when it comes to recreational places, shopping destinations, the food scene and going out. Discover the Sound of Copenhagen, on location for films and tv-series, famous Copenhageners, recent city development as well as an essay. Whether you are a tourist, a student or an employee, this book will guide you through the pros and cons, things to appreciate and watch out for and help you how to enjoy one of the most livable cities in the world.
Europe by Eurail has been the train traveler’s one-stop source for visiting Europe’s cities and countries by rail for more than forty years. This comprehensive guide provides the latest information on fares, schedules, and pass options, as well as detailed information on more than one hundred specific rail excursions. The book contains information readers need to enjoy visits in historic cities, romantic villages, and scenic hamlets on more than ninety rail trips starting from twenty-eight base cities located in twenty countries. Sample rail-tour itineraries combine several base cities and day excursions into fifteen-day rail-tour packages complete with hotel recommendations and sightseeing options. . Packed with practical information, step-by-step directions, advice on where to go and what to see and do, and complemented by the inclusion of twenty maps, Europe by Eurail takes the puzzle out of European Rail Travel.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Product-Focused Software Process Improvement, PROFES 2017, held in Innsbruck, Austria, in November/December 2017. The 17 revised full papers presented together with 10 short papers, 21 workshop papers. 3 posters and tool demonstrations papers, and 4 tutorials were carefully reviewed and selected from 72 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on : Agile software Development; Data science and analytics; Software engineering processes and frameworks; Industry relevant qualitative research; User and value centric approaches; Software startups; Serum; Software testing.
The U.S. and 200 other countries are negotiating to address climate change cooperatively beyond the year 2012. The negotiations toward a ¿Copenhagen Agreement¿ are intended to be the next steps toward stabilizing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system. The objective requires avoiding a 2 degree Celsius increase in global mean temperatures and reducing global greenhouse gas emissions by 80%-95% by 2050. Contents of this report: (1) Overview; (2) Background; (3) Two Tracks on the Way to Copenhagen; (4) Key Topics Under Negotiation. This is a print on demand report.
'Michael Frayn's tremendous play is a piece of history, an intellectual thriller, a psychological investigation and a moral tribunal in full session' Sunday Times 'A profound and haunting meditation on the mysteries of human motivation' Independent 'Frayn has seized on a ral-life historical and scientific mystery. In 1941 the physicist Werner Heisenberg, who formulated the famous Uncertainty Principle about the movement of particles, and was at that time leading the Nazi's nuclear programme, went to visit his old boss and mentor, Niels Bohr, in Copenhagen. What was the purpose of his visit to Nazi-occupied Denmark? What did the two old friends say to each other, particularly bearing in mind that Bohr was both half-Jewish and a Danish patriot?... Frayn argues that just as it is impossible to be certain of the precise location of an electron, so it is impossible to be certain about the workings of the human mind... What is certain is that Frayn makes ideas zing and sing in this play' Daily Telegraph
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Perspectives in Business Informatics Research, BIR 2017, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in August 2017. This year the BIR conference attracted 59 submissions from 23 countries. They were reviewed by 45 members of the Program Committee, and as a result, 17 full papers and 3 short papers were selected for presentation at the conference and publication in this volume. They are organized in sections on enterprise architecture, business process management, business analytics, information systems applications, and information systems development. In addition, the summaries of the two conference keynotes are also included. This year, the conference theme was the digital transformation, which will impact most businesses, organizations and societies and call for new and radical approaches to how we adopt, use and manage IT.
Exile is a central concern in the Hebrew Bible. The fifteen essays in this volume, presented at an international conference in Copenhagen in May 2017, investigate and discuss images of exile in the prophetic books. Some deal with a specific passage or biblical book, while others approach the issue by comparing different books or by looking more closely at a particular metaphor or theme. A recurrent question is what role language and metaphors play in the prophets' attempts to express, structure, and cope with experiences of exile. Contributors:Sonja Ammann, Ulrich Berges, Göran Eidevall, Martien A. Halvorson-Taylor, Søren Holst, Else K. Holt, Jesper Høgenhaven, Paul M. Joyce, Hyun Chul Paul Kim, Anja Klein, Francis Landy, Frederik Poulsen, Cian Power, Dalit Rom-Shiloni, Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer
Sparkling waterways, world-famous interiors and friendly well-dressed people on bicycles-welcome to Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, and home to the Danes, the happiest people on earth. Copenhagen effortlessly combines the latest trends in fashion, design, furnishings and architecture with a refreshingly relaxed approach to life. And, while this is a city that enjoys an international reputation for culinary excellence, dining out can be as inexpensive as it is thrilling, if you follow some insider tips. Authors Anna Peuckert and Soren Jepsen share the secrets of their spectactular city: the shops, cafes, restaurants, galleries and hotels that exude a uniquely Danish sense of style and serenity. Copenhagen Style Guide is an indispensable companion for both visitors who prefer to stray from the well-trodden tourist paths and locals looking for that unique insight or special view of their home. Eat. Sleep. Shop. Love it.
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This document contains the report of the Fifth Meeting of the Aquaculture Subject Group and the Twenty-sixth meeting of the Fisheries Subject of CWP, held during the Intersessional Aquaculture and Fisheries Subject Group meeting of the Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics (CWP-IS), which took place in Copenhagen, Denmark, from 19 to 22 June 2017. The work was organized between joint sessions to address issues of general interest, with the Subject Groups – Aquaculture (CWP-AS) and Fis heries (CWP-FS) –organized in concurrent sessions, to address matters related to the intersessional programme for each Subject Group. The meeting reviewed the progress made since the Twenty-fifth session of the CWP and agreed on actions for the second part of the intersessional period, prior to the upcoming Twenty-sixth session of the CWP to be held early in 2019. The main issues presented and discussed were the dissemination of the revised handbook on the CWP web page and the further enhancemen t of the socio-economic and GIS section of the handbook, the CWP ad hoc task group on “reference harmonization for capture fisheries and aquaculture statistics”, and the progress made by the Task Force in establishing the standard aquaculture questionnaire.
The Arctic region is undergoing rapid change and the challenges this poses are more and more visible. Global climate change has had a huge impact on both the natural environment and the people who live in the Arctic. Glaciers and sea ice are melting due to rising average temperatures, making natural resources more easily accessible. This has consequences – good and bad – for people, society and nature, and also provides new opportunities. New shipping routes and new technology make it possible to extract natural resources from the harsh Arctic terrain and help meet the growing global demand for energy. The Nordic countries would like this potential to be exploited in a manner respectful of the unique and vulnerable Artic nature and environment. It is also important to safeguard the way of life of the Arctic people and provide them with opportunities via a sustainable economic model and the development of a modern welfare state designed to benefit the population as a whole. Since 1996, the Nordic Council of Ministers’ Arctic Co-operation Programme has given rise to several hundred projects, artistic activities and political initiatives on topics ranging from climate change, nature, the environment and sustainable development to health, culture and skills enhancement. These initiatives share one common goal: sustainable development that respects nature and looks after the welfare of the Arctic people. The Arctic Co-operation Programme supplements other Nordic Council of Ministers’ programmes, strategies and initiatives that address issues relevant to the Arctic.
Roadmap to Copenhagen: driving toward success: hearing before the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, September 10, 2009.
Michael Frayn is one of the great playwrights of our time, enjoying international acclaim and prestige. This anthology contains three of his strongest titles of serious drama: Copenhagen, Democracy and Afterlife. The volume features the definitive version of each play together with an introduction by the author and a chronology of his work. Copenhagen: 'The most invigorating and ingenious play of ideas in many a year and a work of art that humanizes physics in a way no other has done' New York Times 'Michael Frayn's tremendous new play is a piece of history, an intellectual thriller, a psychological investigation and a moral tribunal in full session.' Sunday Times 'A profound and haunting meditation on the mysteries of human motivation.' Independent Democracy: 'Michael Frayn's complex and richly rewarding new play...is wonderfully alert to the piquant paradoxes and ironic twists of this intensely tricky period in Germany's conversation with itself.' Independent 'What makes Frayn's play essential viewing is its Schiller-like grasp of practical politics' Guardian 'Michael Frayn's Democracy...is one of those rare dramas that don't just dare to think big but that fully translate their high aspirations to the stage, with sharp style and thrilling clarity' New York Times Afterlife: 'This play is almost literally brilliant - it glitters, shines and gleams with Frayn's trademark perceptive wit as it sends up the whole concept of theatre in the process of telling a strong, essentially tragic biographical story' The Stage