Interview with Evin Güler

In this episode, we interview the director of OsloMet’s Makerspace, Evin Güler. Evin discusses her experience as a student studying engineering and how students at OsloMet can use the makerspace to “make” their student life experience amazing!

Interview with the Vice Rector of Education Nina Waaler

In this episode, we interview the Vice Rector of Education, Nina Waaler. Nina discusses the changing face of higher education in Norway and how her life as a student is different from and in some ways similar to students at OsloMet. Nina shares her insights as the Vice Rector of Education for how students can have an amazing experience at OsloMet.

Interview with Student Life Coordinator Beate Dessingthon

In this episode, we interview the OsloMet’s student life coordinator, Beate Dessingthon. Beate recounts her student life experience and shows how joining or forming a student organization at OsloMet is easy, fun and can help students make the most of their student lives!

Interview with Dasha Krivonos

In this episode, we interview one of Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences’ most inspirational students, Dasha Krivonos. Dasha began her career studying several different fields before finding her way to computer science. In her first year, she and a team of students from HiOA won top prize at the UN’s Hack for Health and has since managed to balance student life with a myriad of professional responsibilities.

Read more:

HiOA students won global health hackathon  – https://www.hioa.no/eng/News/HiOA-students-won-global-health-hackathon

Interview with HiOA Rector Curt Rice

In this episode, we interview the Rector of Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Curt Rice. Curt began his career as a student in the United States and after a few false starts and detours, found a career in academia and attained the highest position at the third-largest University in Norway.

The discussion chapter – part 1

In these episodes, we will address the discussion chapter: a vital component of any scientific work. We’ll discuss why it is so important and how a good structure so far is the recipe for a great discussion chapter.

The discussion chapter “backtracks” relative to the order of the other chapters so far. It should contain discussions on three levels:

  • Result specific discussion
  • Process specific discussion
  • Approach specific discussion

Continue reading The discussion chapter – part 1

The discussion chapter – part 2

In these episodes, we will address the discussion chapter: a vital component of any scientific work. We’ll discuss why it is so important and how a good structure so far is the recipe for a great discussion chapter.

The discussion chapter “backtracks” relative to the order of the other chapters so far. It should contain discussions on three levels:

  • Result specific discussion
  • Process specific discussion
  • Approach specific discussion

Continue reading The discussion chapter – part 2

The discussion chapter – part 3

In these episodes, we will address the discussion chapter: a vital component of any scientific work. We’ll discuss why it is so important and how a good structure so far is the recipe for a great discussion chapter.

The discussion chapter “backtracks” relative to the order of the other chapters so far. It should contain discussions on three levels:

  • Result specific discussion
  • Process specific discussion
  • Approach specific discussion

Continue reading The discussion chapter – part 3

Background and litterature surveys, how to master them – part 1 – What to aim for

The background chapter or section is standard in most texts that a student writes. However, when do you know that it is well written? In the next three episodes, Kyrre and Anthony will guide you through the process of gathering text and writing a great background chapter. First, we begin with talking about what a good background chapter looks like.

Continue reading Background and litterature surveys, how to master them – part 1 – What to aim for

Background and litterature surveys, how to master them – part 2 – Searching and classifying litterature

The background chapter or section is standard in most texts that a student writes. However, when do you know that it is well written? In the next three episodes, Kyrre and Anthony will guide you through the process of gathering text and writing a great background chapter. In this episode we tackle how to build a taxonomy and to use it when gathering research.

Continue reading Background and litterature surveys, how to master them – part 2 – Searching and classifying litterature