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  • Boccardi, Luisa; Giletti, Federico (2014-07-12)
    The archaeological work carried out inside the Aragonese Castle of Taranto since 2007, continuing previous studies of various scholars, has gathered a wealth of information propedeutic to the full comprehension of the ...
  • Di Paola, Angela; Fiore, Annachiara; Giachetti, Deborah; Lionetti, Emanuella (2014-07-14)
    The research, scientifically coordinated by Professor Giorgio Rocco of the Department ICAR of the Polytechnic University of Bari, starts with the analysis of the archeological findings in the area of San Domenico Convent ...
  • Stela Karaj (Albania International Conference on Education, 2013-07-15)
    The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of the students' disruptivebehavior and other factors in the school context on the teachers' stress. For this purposea survey based descriptive research was conducted ...
  • Ortenca Kotherja (Albania International Conference on Education, 2013-07-15)
    Teachers' motivation is very important in the educational development of thenew generation. Motivation and Burnout are two phenomenon closely related with the professional side and the academic development of the teachers' ...
  • Ballhysa, Narbis; Flagler, Marita (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2011-01)
    The goal of the study is to give the teachers’ perspective on challenges and rewards of inclusive education for students with special needs. Participants (N=50) were teachers of four mainstream schools involved in inclusive ...
  • Shirin Yazdani; Iran University of Science and Technology; Asmae Rashidi Mohammadi; Azad University (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    Evaluating and improving architectural training is the constant concern of university departments, instructors and students of architecture. The present article aims at improving architectural training by studying the issue ...
  • Ambera Duka (Albania International Conference on Education, 2013-07-15)
    Greater attention and new spaces are given to the process of teaching children withspecial needs in the Albanian school settings. The growing numbers of this target group is developing awareness of many actors that are ...
  • Ferrarotti, Franco (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2014-12)
  • Ficarelli, Loredana (2014-07-12)
    This research doesn’t want to offer defined and systematic contributions; it isn’t a cataloguing or an historico-critical analysis of the “caravanserais” phenomenon. The aim consists in the effort to explain the relationship ...
  • Lokman Coskun; Omer Serdar Ozturk (Albania International Conference on Education, 2013-07-15)
    This study aims to investigate demands for motivational factor in a classroom environment which has been polluted by increasing distraction caused by the recent technological developments. It is evidently proved that ...
  • Grădinaru, Camelia (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2016-07-04)
    The reception of Benedict Anderson’s ideas was very fruitful in many disciplines, and his work provided key concepts that can now throw a clarifying light in some blurry matters. The expression “imagined community” has ...
  • Dode, Albi; Rexha, Genta; Nishani, Lediona (Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on European Studies 5th ICES 6-7 November 2015, 2015-11-06)
    People have always wondered how to simplify their life by new inventions. In the 21-th century, people are being transformed socially by the computer technology and Internet. Being easy to use, even teenagers are getting ...
  • Tunçbilek, Gonca Zeynep (2014-06-02)
    In architecture, permanence is mainly associated with the endurance of material and durability of construction. Temporary architecture, on the contrary, has a predetermined and brief life span. Pavilion design provides a ...
  • Tase, Peter (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2013-01)
    Somalia has been one of the UN member countries who lingers from the presence of terrorist groups in its territory, that exert tremendous influence in the daily life of its society and economy. Al Shabaab is well known in ...
  • Rader, Birgit; Mahdavi, Ardeshir (2014-06-02)
    In previous publications, a method was introduced to derive a general scheme for the distribution of the control logic regarding systems control and automation in complex buildings. This scheme is generated based two initial ...
  • Orhan Baykan; Pamukkale University; Ahmet Alkan; Dokuz Eylul University; Ulker Guner Bacanli; Pamukkale University; Nesrin Baykan; Pamukkale University; Unal Ozis; Dokuz Eylul University (International Balkans Conference on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-07-15)
    Beside a large number of ancient tunnels in long-distance water conveyance systems toancient cities in Turkiye, five peculiar closed conduits, through which almost the entire discharge of water courses were flowing, are ...
  • Igli Kondi; Polytechnic University of Tirana; Julian Kasharaj; Polytechnic University of Tirana; Brunela Karamani; Polytechnic University of Tirana (International Balkans Conference on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-07-15)
    During the process of the design for the reinforced concrete elements besides the calculation of the bending moment, another important calculation is the one made for these elements when they are under the shear forces. ...
  • Veronika Hajdari; Polytechnic University of Tirana; Luisa Dhimitri; Polytechnic University of Tirana; Redi Muci; Polytechnic University of Tirana; Alketa Ndoj; Polytechnic University of Tirana (International Balkans Conference on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-07-15)
    This paper aims to deal with the assessment of the stability of slopes, taking inconsideration several methods for analysis:- the limit equilibrium methods such as the Infinitive Slope method, Bishop's simplifiedmethod ...
  • Luisa Dhimitri; Department of Civil Engineering, Polytechnic University of Tirana; Ergys Anamali; Department of Civil Engineering, Polytechnic University of Tirana (International Student Conference of Civil Engineering, 2013-07-15)
    Slope stability accidents are widely spread in geotechnical calculation field.The purpose of this paper is to present an artificial slope stability case study,constructed in Porto Romano area (near Durres city, Albania). ...
  • Fatih Celebioglu; Dumlupınar University; Huseyin ALTAY; Bilecik University (International Conference on European Studies, 2013-07-15)
    Balkan countries have been rapidly changing since 1990's. In spite of some Balkancountries (such as Turkey and Greece) were relatively stable in 1990s, there was warin Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and ...

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