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Workshop Science 2.0

Thanks to Martin who kept me updated about the Workshop Science 2.0 and his very informative article:

[podcast] Personal Learning Environment – A Conceptual Study

Our podcast about “Personal Learning Environment – A Conceptual Study” of the presentation at the Special Track on “MashUps for Learning (MASHL09)” within the ICL 2009 conference is now online available.
Here you find also the paper as well as the presentation.

8. Blogcarnival: Sind Edu- oder BarCamps nur eine Modeerscheinung?

educamp_logoEs freut mich ganz besonders, dass ich zum 8. Carnival des Wissenwert Blogs einladen darf und ich nahm das bevorstehende EduCamp in Graz als Anlass um der Community folgende Frage zu stellen:



Mit dieser durchaus provokanten Frage möchte ich eigentlich diese Form einer Zusammenkunft durchaus kritisch reflektieren. Ich bin wirklich gespannt auf die Vorschläge, Meinungen und Eindrücke die ihr schildert, d.h. beteiligt euch daran und wir können die Ergebenisse ja gerne auch am EduCamp in einer Session diskutieren.
Hier geht’s zum Carnival.

[podcast] e-Learning, Lernen heute/morgen

Die Aufzeichnung meines Workshops im Rahmen des 30. Österreichischen Bibliothekertag rund um das Thema “e-Learning, wie lernen wir heute oder auch morgen?” ist nun verfügbar.
Die Unterlagen in Form eines frei zugänglichen eBooks sind bereits hier veröffentlicht.

[publication] Visualizing Research Patterns in the Field of e- Learning

Our publication about “Visualizing Research Patterns in the Field of e- Learning” for this Science 2.0 for TEL Workshop at ECTEL conference is now online available.

Abstract:

In this paper we have performed a content analysis of Ed-Media conferences publications from 2003 to 2008 using our internally built visualization tool to realize various research patterns in the field of e-learning. We identified 3668 different research terms from 4607 articles’ titles. The visualization tool revealed the trends of contributions in the field over the years, evolution or decline of research terms, hot research terms, key researchers, leading institutions and nations across the world, evolution of countries, continents and institutions in comparison to each other. The results in this study will allow novice and experienced educators, researchers in the field of e- learning to understand what kind of different research terms exist and to identify different research patterns over the last six years in this field.

Reference: Khan, S., Ebner, M., Taraghi, B. (2009) Visualizing Research Patterns in the Field of e- Learning, Workshop Science 2.0 for TEL, ECTEL 2009, Nizza [Link]

Welcome Days TU Graz + Toolbar

Es freut uns auch heuer wieder, dass wir die Welcome Days der TU Graz entscheidend mitgestalten können – in den nächsten 2 Tagen möchten wir den Erstsemestrigen wichtige Information mitgeben.

Weiters freut es mich auch, dass wir es geschafft haben die Version 2.0 unserer TU Graz Toolbar fertig zustellen und zum Download anzubieten.


Moblog vom Nokia N95:



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Online Round Table on “Personal Learning Environment”

educamp_logoI am happy that we can invite to the second Online Round Table on “Personalization and Learning” which will lead to the upcoming EduCamp Event in Graz, Austria (November, 6-7):

The first online event is on Thursday October 8. Erik Duval and Ralf Klamma will be our guest speakers. They will guide us through an informal discussion around ‘Personal Learning Environments and how we learn in future’, a topic that will certainly generate a lively debate. Make sure to contribute to it too. ;-) We look forward to ‘seeing’ you there.

The details about the speakers, their talks as well as how you will be able to contribute you will find here.

Summary of Special Track MASHL 2009

The Special Track on “MashUps for Learning (MASHL09)” within the ICL 2009 conference is over and Sandra and I are very happy that we had a great time, great presentations as well as discussions. We like to thank also our “Best Paper Award” sponsored by ROLE project (represented by Ralf Klamma) for their help.

Again, thanks to Michael Auer to be part of his conference, to all presenters for their great work as well as all participants to create such successful sessions.
A special thanks also to Sandra from mine for creating the overview slides, the YouTube Video and for the great team work – it was simply a pleasure to work with you:

[presentation] Personal Learning Environment – A Conceptual Study

My presentation about “Personal Learning Environment – A Conceptual Study” at the Special Track on “MashUps for Learning (MASHL09)” within the ICL 2009 conference is now online available – comments are highly welcome:

Mupple und Science 2.0 program online

The programs of both workshops at this year ECTEL conference where our research group will participate are now online available:

Hope we will see you there :-)