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See detailTechnologies et évaluation dans l’enseignement supérieur.
Burton, Réginald UL; Blais, JG; Gilles, JL

in Romainville, M (Ed.) Evaluation et enseignement supérieur. (2012)

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See detailTechnologies of dis-involvement in crisis management : objectifying, impersonalizing and desensitizing information from the ground
de Saint-Georges, Ingrid UL; Wallemacq, Anne; Jacques, Jean-Marie

Presentation (2004, July 28)

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See detailTechnology and aging: Inhibiting and facilitating factors in ICT use
Leist, Anja UL; Ferring, Dieter UL

in Wichert, Reiner; Van Laerhoven, Kristof; Gelissen, Jean (Eds.) Constructing Ambient Intelligence: AmI 2011 Workshops. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 2011. Revised Selected Papers (2011)

Extending a literature review, the paper gives an overview of inhibiting and facilitating factors associated with the use of information and communications technology (ICT) of older adults. The paper ... [more ▼]

Extending a literature review, the paper gives an overview of inhibiting and facilitating factors associated with the use of information and communications technology (ICT) of older adults. The paper takes the position that there is no prototypical “elderly user” but that there is a wide heterogeneity of personal characteristics such as cognitive and motivational states and experiences in old age. Dependent upon various characteristics of the elderly user as well as the context of application, development and implementation of ICT should follow the desideratum of a differential technology implementation taking an integrative approach by reconciling individual and social as well as socio-political approaches. [less ▲]

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See detailTechnology related issues regarding fabrication of AlGaN/GaN-based MOSHFETs with GdScO3 as dielectric,
Heidelberger, G.; Roeckerath, M.; Steins, R. et al

in Proc. 6th Intern. Conf. Advanced Semicon. Dev. & Microsystems ASDAM’06 (2006)

Starting out from our well established process for AlGaN/GaN HFETs we discuss ways to enrich the process in order to fabricate Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor HFETs (MOSHFETs) with a Gadolinium Scandate (GdScO3 ... [more ▼]

Starting out from our well established process for AlGaN/GaN HFETs we discuss ways to enrich the process in order to fabricate Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor HFETs (MOSHFETs) with a Gadolinium Scandate (GdScO3) insulation layer. In particular, adequate processing orders, various etching procedures and possible drawbacks of the GdScO3 deposition process on ohmic contacts are discussed. Making use of the gained knowledge we fabricated GdScO3-MOSHFETs for the first time. Compared to a conventional HFET the new device shows a higher saturation drain current and a lower gate leakage current. Nevertheless, the potential insulating properties of GdScO3 are not fully exploited yet and further optimization of the deposition process is needed. [less ▲]

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See detailTechnology’s Storytellers reloaded A text-mining experiment in history of technology
Lucchesi, Anita UL; Fickers, Andreas UL

Scientific Conference (2018, October 12)

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See detailTechnology-mediated addictive behaviors constitute a spectrum of related yet distinct conditions: A network perspective
Baggio, Stéphanie; Starcevic, Vladan; Studer, Joseph et al

in Psychology of Addictive Behaviors : Journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors (2018), 32(5), 564-572

An important ongoing debate in the addiction field is whether certain technologymediated behaviors constitute tenable and independent constructs. This study investigated whether problematic technology ... [more ▼]

An important ongoing debate in the addiction field is whether certain technologymediated behaviors constitute tenable and independent constructs. This study investigated whether problematic technology-mediated behaviors could be conceptualized as a spectrum of related, yet distinct disorders (spectrum hypothesis), using the network approach that considers disorders as networks of symptoms. We used data from the Cohort Study on Substance Use and Risk Factors (C-SURF), with a representative sample of young Swiss men (subsample of participants engaged in technology-mediated behaviors, n=3,404). Four technology-mediated addictive behaviors were investigated using symptoms derived from the DSM-5 and the component model of addiction: Internet, smartphone, gaming, and cybersex. Network analyses included network estimation and visualization, community detection tests, and centrality indices. The network analysis identified four distinct clusters corresponding to each condition, but only Internet addiction had numerous relationships with the other behaviors. This finding, along with the finding that there were few relationships between the other behaviors, suggests that smartphone addiction, gaming addiction, and cybersex addiction are relatively independent constructs. Internet addiction was often connected with other conditions through the same symptoms, suggesting that it could be conceptualized as an “umbrella construct,” i.e., a common vector that mediates specific online behaviors. The network analysis thus provides a preliminary support to the spectrum hypothesis and the focus on the specific activities performed online, while showing that the construct of “Internet addiction” is inadequate. [less ▲]

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See detailTechnology-Powered Strategies to Rethink the Pedagogy of History and Cultural Heritage through Symmetries and Narratives
Lopez-Nores, Martin; Gustavo Bravo-Quezada, Omar; Bassani, Maddalena et al

in Symmetry (2019), 11(3),

Recent advances in semantic web and deep learning technologies enable new means for the computational analysis of vast amounts of information from the field of digital humanities. We discuss how some of ... [more ▼]

Recent advances in semantic web and deep learning technologies enable new means for the computational analysis of vast amounts of information from the field of digital humanities. We discuss how some of the techniques can be used to identify historical and cultural symmetries between different characters, locations, events or venues, and how these can be harnessed to develop new strategies to promote intercultural and cross-border aspects that support the teaching and learning of history and heritage. The strategies have been put to the test in the context of the European project CrossCult, revealing enormous potential to encourage curiosity to discover new information and increase retention of learned information [less ▲]

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See detailTechnostalgia of the Present: From Technologies of Memory to a Memory of Technologies
van der Heijden, Tim UL

in NECSUS. European Journal of Media Studies (2015), 4(2), 103-121

This article reflects on today’s ‘technostalgic’ trend in media culture by examining the various ways in which Super 8 film as a media technology from the past is re-appropriated and remediated in ... [more ▼]

This article reflects on today’s ‘technostalgic’ trend in media culture by examining the various ways in which Super 8 film as a media technology from the past is re-appropriated and remediated in contemporary memory practices. By looking specifically at restorative and reflective forms of technostalgia manifest in the project Bye Bye Super 8 – In Loving Memory of Kodachrome (2011) and the digital smartphone app iSupr8 (2011), the author explores how in contemporary memory practices media technologies not only construct and mediate memories but have also become the objects of memory themselves. While analysing this double mnemonic process – accounting for both the memory construction by the media technology and the reminiscence of the media technology itself – it is argued that we currently witness a new kind of memory practice enforcing an attentive shift from technologies of memory to a memory of technologies. [less ▲]

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See detailTeeth. Where and how to make them.
Peters, H.; Balling, Rudi UL

in Trends in Genetics (1999), 15(2), 59-65

Organs have to develop at precisely determined sites to ensure functionality of the whole organism. Organogenesis is typically regulated by a series of interactions between morphologically distinct ... [more ▼]

Organs have to develop at precisely determined sites to ensure functionality of the whole organism. Organogenesis is typically regulated by a series of interactions between morphologically distinct tissues. The developing tooth of the mouse is an excellent model to study these processes and we are beginning to understand the networks regulating reciprocal tissue interactions at the molecular level. Synergistic and antagonistic effects of signaling molecules including FGFs and BMPs are recursively used to induce localized responses in the adjacent tissue layer (mesenchyme or epithelium). However, at different phases of odontogenesis these secreted growth factors have distinct effects and at the same time they are regulated by different upstream factors. The mesenchymal transcription factors Msx1 and Pax9 are initially regulated by epithelial FGFs and BMPs, but subsequently they function upstream of these signaling molecules. This cascade provides a molecular model by which reciprocal tissue interactions are controlled. [less ▲]

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See detailTEI Transviewer
Armaselu, Florentina UL; Reis, Frederic UL; Jones, Catherine UL et al

Software (2018)

TEI Transviewer is an interface intended to the exploration of primary and secondary sources, at the document level, in historical or other types of digital editions involving the representation of ... [more ▼]

TEI Transviewer is an interface intended to the exploration of primary and secondary sources, at the document level, in historical or other types of digital editions involving the representation of original material. Its name comes from the combination of the terms transformation and viewing, supposing the transformation of documents in XML-TEI format (directly in the browser or by means of a server/dedicated editor) so that they can be viewed in the browser. [less ▲]

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See detailTeil 2: Sprachaufnahmen zu den Regionalatlanten des Deutschen
Purschke, Christoph UL

in Schmidt, Jürgen Erich; Herrgen, Joachim; Kehrein, Roland (Eds.) Regionalsprache.de (REDE). - Forschungsplattform zu den modernen Regionalsprachen des Deutschen. (2008)

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See detailTeil 4: Tonaufnahmen der Wenker-Sätze (ab 1950)
Lameli, Alfred; Purschke, Christoph UL

in Schmidt, Jürgen Erich; Herrgen, Joachim (Eds.) Digitaler Wenker-Atlas (DiWA). Erste vollständige Ausgabe von Georg Wenkers "Sprachatlas des Deutschen Reichs". 1888–1923 handgezeichnet von Emil Maurmann, Georg Wenker und Ferdinand Wrede (2005)

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See detailTeil 6: REDE SprachGIS – Das forschungszentrierte sprachgeographische Informationssystem von Regionalsprache.de
Bock, Dennis; Engsterhold, Robert; Messner, Slawomir et al

in Schmidt, Jürgen Erich; Herrgen, Joachim; Kehrein, Roland (Eds.) Regionalsprache.de (REDE). - Forschungsplattform zu den modernen Regionalsprachen des Deutschen (2008)

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See detailTeilnehmende Objektivierung unter Anwesenden. Zum Verhältnis von Feldtheorie und Ethnographie in der erziehungswissenschaftlichen Forschung
Neumann, Sascha UL

in Friebertshäuser, Barbara; Kelle, Helga; Boller, Heike (Eds.) et al Feld und Theorie. Herausforderungen erziehungswissenschaftlicher Ethnographie (2012)

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