TweetNext week I’ll be in Innsbruck at Grillhof for the JTEL WinterSchool 2010. Luckily I received a funding of the STELLAR Network of Excellence (thx for that) and can enjoy the exchange of ideas with a lot of like-minded Ph.D. … Continue reading →
TweetThe latest presentation of Steve Wheeler on Slideshare contains a very good quote of Paulo Friere: Education must begin with the solution of the teacher-student contradiction, by reconciling the poles of the contradiction so that both are simultaneously teachers and students. … Continue reading →
TweetThis week I had the opportunity to present the idea of Artefact-Actor-Networks at the CollaborateCom 2009 conference in Washington D.C. – a conference mainly focussing on collaborative computing and its applications in networking and at the workplace. Abstract: Social networks … 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 →
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.
TweetLast week Benedikt presented our paper on the application of Task Pattern in the context of Social Software Engineering at the SIRTEL workshop at ICWL09 in Aachen, Germany. While he was presenting in Aachen, I was in the Twitter backchannel … Continue reading →