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Course example in which students collect data and contribute analytical results to a research project

Offered at the ‘Sociologisk Forskningskollektiv’.
Authors: Christoph Ellersgaard & Anton Grau Larsen.
10 ECTS. 20 students.
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Experimental laboratory exercises where the students plan their own exercises

Offered at the Department of Biology, Faculty of Science.
Author: Gert Dandanell, associate professor.
15 ECTS. 100 students.
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Field work which involves students working with the methodologies

Offered at the Faculty of Law.
Author: Louise Victoria Johansen, assistant professor.
15 ECTS. 13 students.
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Field work and research internship

Offered at the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences.
Author: Cecilie Rubow, associate professor.
7.5 ECTS. 100 students.
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From comment to assessment!

Offered at the Saxo Institute, Faculty of Humanities
Authors: Susanne Bramming & Chresteria Neutzsky-Wulff, lecturers in Greek Propedeutics.
30 ECTS. 25 students.
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Chemistry students write brief essays in mathematics reports, inspired by guest lectures on how mathematics is used in chemistry research

Offered at the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science.
Author: Solvejg Jørgensen, associate professor.
80 students.
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Course with case-based teaching and an innovation process to promote student engagement in research-based teaching

Offered at the Saxo Institute, Faculty of Humanities.
Author: Marie Riegels Melchior, assistant professor.
15 ECTS. 13 students.
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Students generate empirical data through autoethnographic studies of their own study practice for a study on how students approach reading and writing

Offered at the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences.
Authors: Lina Katan, research assistant & Charlotte Baarts, associate professor and head of studies.
7,5/10 ECTS. 20 students.
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An intensive course prepares students for a subsequent one-week PhD course and train them in empirical data collection

Offered at the Department of Nordic Research, Faculty of Humanities.
Authors: Malene Monka, postdoc, Marie Maegaard & Janus Spindler Møller, associate professors.
15 ECTS. 10 students.
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Students as co-producers of a publication comprising analysis and translation of six Persian short stories

Offered at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Faculty of Humanities.
Author: Claus Valling Pedersen, associate professor.
30 ECTS. 8 students.
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Talent programme about ‘Other Church Histories: Religious profiles in 17th-century France’

Offered at the Faculty of Theology.
Authors: Mette Birkedal Bruun, professor & Lars Nørgaard, PhD student.
15 ECTS. 7 students.
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Teaching-based research which involves students directly in a research project through materials collection and analysis

Offered at the Saxo Institute, Faculty of Humanities.
Authors: Marie Sandberg & Niels Jul Nielsen, associate professors
15 ECTS. 25 students.
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Workshop in which the students interpret current law, consider proposed amendments to laws, and practise using the legal method and weighing up value considerations

Offered at the Faculty of Law.
Author: Ingrid Lund-Andersen, professor.
10 ECTS. 800 students.
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The Google AdWords test. How MA-students applied an analytical model from a dissertation to solve an unsettled legal issue

Offered at the Faculty of Law.
Author: Knud Wallberg, postdoc.
10 ECTS. 15 students.
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Online cooperative reflection during ethnographic fieldwork

Offered at the Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences.
Author: Helle Bundgaard, associate professor.
30 ECTS. 80 students.
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Nurturing talent: Research-based teaching in ‘Ecclesiastical and theological history during the Enlightenment in Denmark–Norway’

Offered at the Faculty of Theology.
Author: Tine Reeh, professor MSO.
10 students.
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