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Understanding Cycling Mobility: Bologna Case Study [article]

Taron Davtian, Flavio Bertini, Rajesh Sharma
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The main objective of this work is to study the cycling mobility within the city of Bologna, Italy. We used six months dataset that consists of 320,118 self-reported bike trips.  ...  Understanding human mobility in urban environments is of the utmost importance to manage traffic and for deploying new resources and services.  ...  Fig. 4 : 4 Seasonality of cycling mobility. Fig. 5 : 5 Bologna Map.  ... 
arXiv:2109.04243v1 fatcat:asshjc242jajflqqewaxikr544

Future Challenges in Higher Education - Bologna Experts' Community Case Study

Miri Yemini
2012 International Education Studies  
This work provides an insight into the bottom up implementation of the Bologna process and it can be useful for academics and policymakers in the field of higher education.  ...  This work presents results from systematic analysis of the challenges for the future of higher education in European and neighboring countries as it was extracted from the Bologna experts and Higher Education  ...  The overall objective of the bologna experts' community is to assist institutional implementation of reforms in higher education through materials, case studies, the virtual community-website and training  ... 
doi:10.5539/ies.v5n5p226 fatcat:sv4jlnfqnzfe7cjkibevyydxqa

A Case for Caution: Eighteen Years of Bologna and Ramifications for the United Sates

Zachary Mngo
2018 Annals of Social Sciences & Management studies  
Student and faculty mobility, transferability of degrees, and joint and dual degree offerings have grown significantly as a result of the "external dimension" objectives of the Bologna reform.  ...  The spread and influence of older European higher education models and the current Bologna Process (BP) have been mostly linked to its colonial and neocolonial hegemony.  ...  Understanding Bologna Model Qualifications Worldwide It is not enough for admissions officers in American colleges and universities to understand differences in Bologna model ECTS transcripts and non-Bologna  ... 
doi:10.19080/asm.2018.02.555585 fatcat:yurhesj5jjcoxcnj5cpy2v2ife

International Student Mobility and the Bologna Process

Ulrich Teichler
2012 Research in Comparative and International Education  
First, Bologna has contributed to greater internal mobility of students from other parts of the world, but not to a more rapid increase of intra-European student mobility.  ...  Now, the ministers in charge of higher education of the individual European countries have agreed to promote a similar cycle-structure of study programmes and programmes based on the strategic aim of enhancing  ...  In the case of Germany, further information shows that about 15% had studied abroad and that about 15% had other study-related experiences.  ... 
doi:10.2304/rcie.2012.7.1.34 fatcat:pbyzluylrjbmvg4ndwrln22fx4

Universal properties of multimodal human mobility: a statistical physics point of view [article]

Chiara Mizzi, Alessandro Fabbri, Giulio Colombini, Flavio Bertini, Armando Bazzani
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The statistical properties of human mobility have been studied in the framework of complex systems physics.  ...  In this paper we cope with the problem of pointing out the existence of universal features for different type of individual mobility: pedestrian, cycling and vehicular urban mobility.  ...  mobility.  ... 
arXiv:2107.10546v2 fatcat:lhjwq66o6jcjzm447vpulbuyvu

Urban Policies and Mobility Trends in Italian Smart Cities

Francesco Pinna, Francesca Masala, Chiara Garau
2017 Sustainability  
This study uses indicators to evaluate the progress made by Italian cities in the smart mobility sector, in order to understand how these cities have approached the new guidelines imposed by the European  ...  The outcomes identified are then linked to funding provided for the implementation of projects related to smart mobility in the cities studied, in order to verify possible correlations between the growth  ...  Acknowledgments: This study was supported by the MIUR (Ministry of Education, Universities and Research [Italy]) through a project entitled Governing tHe smart city: a gOvernance-centred approach to SmarT  ... 
doi:10.3390/su9040494 fatcat:apq2fhnvgzgz7ikuelqxt5fk4e

Digitally enhanced mobility. CIVIS Handbook on Virtual Mobility [article]

Romiță Iucu, Lucian Ciolan, Anca Nedelcu, Roxana Zus, Anișoara Dumitrache, Alexandru Carțiș, Lucia Vennarini, Nadia Fernández de Pinedo
2022 Zenodo  
Digitally enhanced mobility - CIVIS Handbook on Virtual Mobility offers a detailed exploration of the digitally enhanced (virtual) mobility and educational technology tools that can be used in higher education  ...  The CIVIS Handbook on Virtual Mobility promotes various virtual mobility concepts, identifying different types of virtual mobility practices and formats, as part of the building blocks for a more complex  ...  Similar SPOCs such as Case Studies in Economic History involve between 100 and 300 students per year.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6090251 fatcat:2boupk6c4naazjzpaxgg2wrr3q

Integrated agent-based microsimulation framework for examining impacts of mobility-oriented policies

Muhammad Adnan, Fatma Outay, Shiraz Ahmed, Erika Brattich, Silvana di Sabatino, Davy Janssens
2020 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
Hasselt (Belgium), Bologna (Italy).  ...  After calibrating the modelling framework against aggregate traffic counts for the base case, the impacts of a few traffic management policies (restricting car access, increase in bus frequency) are examined  ...  The authors wish to thank the Municipality of Bologna and the ARPAE Regional Environmental Protection Agency for proving the traffic counts for the city of Bologna.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-020-01363-w fatcat:s5gmrcsetngenos4lungijjgga

Who Is to Pay for Mobile Students? [chapter]

Marcel Gérard
2012 European Higher Education at the Crossroads  
This paper analyses aspects of financing within the Bologna process, with a focus on the financing of student mobility.  ...  It argues that the current system for financing cross-border student mobility, based on the host country, appears to be neither sustainable nor efficient.  ...  We understand that international student mobility implies a physical move, inducing a cultural contact with the country in which she studies; that rules out e.g. distance learning.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-3937-6_39 fatcat:sd2fppzm65fjjngd4cw6dkigwu

International Student Mobility: European and Russian Practices

Evgenii Puchkov, Victor Vorobyev, Violetta Balzhinimaeva, Sofia Engurazova
2018 Białostockie Studia Prawnicze  
Th e second chapter deals with the perceived value of academic mobility and student mobility as its part.  ...  individual states as well as on the level of the European Union) is chosen as a reference region for its proximity to Russia and existence of a common framework in the sphere of higher education, namely the Bologna  ...  It was followed in 1999 by the famous Bologna Declaration 25 , which called for a system of three cycles, leading respectively to a bachelor's degree, master's degree, and doctoral degree.  ... 
doi:10.15290/bsp.2018.23.02.07 fatcat:tzhs5xqdefhxhlxcxx3kvekqy4


D.T. Ismailova, Professor, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Doctor DBA, Kokshetau University named after A. Myrzakhmetov, Kokshetau, Definition of research methods, study of domestic and foreign literature, resumes and conclusions,,, G.O. Abisheva, N.T. Ismailova, R.N. Bisenbaeva, Y.M. Maul, Doctor PhD, Kokshetau University named after A. Myrzakhmetov, Kokshetau, Head of the Department "Tourism, NVP, FKiS", Information gathering, generalization, article writing,,;, Senior Lecturer, Doctor PhD, Kokshetau University named after A. Myrzakhmetov, Kokshetau, Analytical work,,;, Senior Lecturer, Doctoral student, Atyrau State University named after H. Dosmukhamedov, Research,,;, Doctor in profile, Humanitarian and Technical Academy, Vice-rector for educational work, Analytical work,,
Guided by the principles of academic mobility, a group of authors studied the experience of foreign universities in Europe and Asia, a number of necessary internal measures adopted in the Kazakhstan system  ...  This article explores the current position of Kazakhstani universities in the further integration of academic freedom in the framework of the Bologna process in a globalized educational space.  ...  In some cases, the Bologna process is called the consulting process for the merger of politicians and suppliers, students and employers, this tandem can be represented in the form of representatives of  ... 
doi:10.32014/2019.2224-5294.217 fatcat:bn2t33rmd5fnvcan4satzblxbe


Murielk Motta Lino, Jussara Gue Martini, Maria do Céu Barbieri-Figueiredo
2022 Texto & Contexto Enfermagem  
Objective: to understand the contributions of the Bologna Process to academic-professional mobility of Nursing. Method: a descriptive exploratory qualitative research.  ...  Results: three perspectives are presented: 1) Mobility and internationalization as presuppositions to the strengthening of the economic bloc; 2) Mobility and internationalization contribute to the consolidation  ...  The study aimed to understand the contributions of the Bologna Process to academicprofessional mobility of Nursing.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1980-265x-tce-2021-0319en fatcat:gp2p3jnt2fe4zcgwvjen7megei

The concept and the essence of academic mobility of students

L. Moly Francesco, A. Murtaza, Y. Chukubayev
2020 Central Asian journal of social sciences and humanities  
This concept is not associated with emigration or a long period of study (work) abroad.  ...  The article discusses the theoretical foundations of academic mobility of students. The concept of determining the academic mobility of students is clarified.  ...  Chuyanov under academic mobility understand the period of study of a student in a country of which he is not a citizen.  ... 
doi:10.26577/cajsh.2020.v6.i2.04 fatcat:25gih4lxtfgu5c7ogzlwldpt7e

Financing Higher Education When Students and Graduates Are Internationally Mobile [chapter]

Marcel Gérard, Silke Uebelmesser
2015 The Mobility of Students and the Highly Skilled  
Abstract This paper aims at linking cross border mobility of students and graduates with the financing of higher education.  ...  In particular, the (optimal) sharing of education costs between students / graduates and tax-payers is studied as well as the (optimal) sharing of the taxpayers' part between the various countries involved  ...  e.g., the Bologna area or the European Union.  ... 
doi:10.7551/mitpress/9780262028172.003.0006 fatcat:jycsrnknbzdntnvtm227sc24si

Smart Cities and Urban Governance. The urbanAPI Project: Bologna Case Study

Real Proceedings, Corp
2013 unpublished
In this context the urbanAPI applications-3D virtual reality visualisation, mobile phone based mobility dynamics, city region growth simulation-will be brought as common toolsets to the four cities serving  ...  Vienna, Bologna, Vitoria-Gasteiz, and Ruse are the partner cities supporting the applications with practical experience, governance needs and data.  ...  , public transportation and cycle track routes.  ... 
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