• Ikke bare-bare – en liten bok om å oversette til russisk
    No 1 (2016)

    Oversettelse har alltid stått sentralt i undervisningen i russisk ved norske universiteter og høyskoler, men det har aldri eksistert noen skreddersydd norsk lærebok for denne undervisningen. Boken du holder i hånden, er ment å fylle dette tomrommet.

    Ikke bare-bare – en liten bok om å oversette til russisk er en praktisk anlagt lærebok for deg som har studert russisk i ett til to semestre, og som ønsker å bli flink til å oversette. Boken gir deg økt bevissthet omkring oversettelsesprosessen og går gjennom de viktigste språklige mønstrene du må mestre når du oversetter. Språket er lettfattelig, og alle grammatiske termer blir grundig forklart. Boken formulerer åttiseks praktiske regler som oppsummeres i et kapittel til slutt. På et nettsted som ledsager boken, finner du ekstra informasjon og mange nyttige oppgaver.

    Tore Nesset (f. 1966) og Anastasia Makarova (f. 1985) er medlemmer av forskningsgruppen CLEAR (Cognitive Linguistics: Empirical Approaches to Russian) ved UiT Norges Arktiske Universitet og har omfattende undervisningserfaring i russisk som fremmedspråk. De har sammen og hver for seg utgitt en rekke vitenskapelige arbeider om russisk språk, og Tore Nesset har publisert lærebøkene Russiskstudentens beste venn (Novus 2010/2014) og How Russian Came to Be the Way It Is (Slavica Publishers 2015). Ikke bare-bare er den første læreboken Nesset og Makarova har skrevet sammen.

  • Photo by Iñigo Onandia FIΣH IT 1.0
    No 3 (2015)

    By Jorge Santos

    FIΣH IT is part of a family of multimedia coursework about the management of aquatic living resources. The focus of the training system is on the computation and utilization of diverse methods to assess the state and potential of resources, as well as to develop balanced harvesting strategies for the future; the aim of the course is the training and assisting of managers in realistic exploitation projects. The system includes many different training and learning tools, such as online media, Excel workbooks and more advanced simulation tools. This student manual can be used as the master document, provided all subject files are downloaded into the same directory. The individual files are otherwise self-explanatory and can be consulted independently.

     

    Santos, J. 2015. FIΣH IT 1.0 - A training system for aquatic resource managers.

  • Photo by S. Gardieff CONΣERV IT 1.0
    No 2 (2015)

    by Jorge Santos

    CONΣERV IT is part of a family of coursework about the conservation of aquatic living resources. The focus of the training system is on the computation and utilization of bio-diversity metrics at different biological scales; the aim of the course is the training and assisting of managers in realistic conservation projects. The system includes many different training and learning tools, such as online media and Excel workbooks. This student manual can be used as the master document, provided all subject files are downloaded into the same directory. The individual files are otherwise self-explanatory and can be consulted independently. The companion theoretical texts are also available from the author to link to this system.

     

    Santos, J. 2015. CONΣERV IT 1.0 – A Training System for Aquatic Conservation Managers.

     

  • © Tanja Russita How Russian Came to Be the Way it Is: A Student’s Guide to the History of the Russian Language
    No 1 (2015)

    Time machines do not exist, but books are good substitutes. How Russian Came to Be the Way it Is takes you two thousand years back in time and explains how the Russian language came to be the way it is by reviewing all major changes in the grammar and sound system.

    This web page is a companion to the book. For some sections in each chapter, you will find additional material that will help you to make sense of the history of the Russian language. There is also a short abstract, which summarizes the content of each chapter in the book. Click on the chapter headings below and learn more!

    Tore Nesset (2015): How Russian Came to Be the Way it Is: A Student’s Guide to the History of the Russian Language. Bloomington, Indiana: Slavica Publishers. ISBN 978-0-89357-443-7. Cover illustration by Tanja Russita.