TweetLast week I was in Villach, Austria for the first time and attended the International Conference on Interactive Computer Aided Learning (ICL) 2009. The conference was a real international conference as there were participants from over 50 countries including people … Continue reading →
TweetOur second publication from the MASHl09 workshop at the ICL conference 2009 is also available online. Abstract: Classical tools for supporting software engineering teams (collaborative development environment, CDE) are designed to support one team during the development of a product. … Continue reading →
TweetMy publication about “Tracking the dynamics of social communities – Visualising altering word clouds of Twitter groups” from the MASHL09 workshop at the ICL 2009 conference is available online. Abstract: Twitter has gained a lot of attention in the last … Continue reading →
TweetHere ist the 3rd and last presentation I’ll give at the ICL 2009 conference in the Special Track on Mashups for Learning. It’s about a tool we implemented to track the dynamics in communities on Twitter and treats the CoP … Continue reading →
TweetThese are my slides for the presentation at MASHL09 Special Track at ICL 2009 Conference later today. Let’s see what the Mashup experts tell me about the idea of connecting several tools in the context of software engineering… An Architecture … Continue reading →
TweetMy slides from yesterdays presentation at the ICL 2009 conference are now online. Any comments are highly appreciated. Expert Finding and Visualisation in a Personal Learning Environment View more documents from Wolfgang Reinhardt.
TweetI’m finally arrived at Villach, Austria for my stay at ICL 2009. Here I will present a paper at the main conference and two papers at the Special Track on Mashups for Learning. I will upload my slides and draft … Continue reading →
TweetGood news this evening. Our paper proposal for this year ICL conference was accepted as a full paper. on behalf of the ICL Program Committee I have the pleasure to inform you, that your proposal for a full paper was … Continue reading →