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Authoring complex learning scenarios

by Darko Dugosija last modified May 20, 2010 05:00 PM

Organizer Name

Birgit Schmitz, Roland Klemke

Short Description

With the OICS (Open Icoper Contens Space) ICOPER provides access to open educational resources. These can be effectively re-used in authoring processes. With author42 and its MediaLibrary a reuse tool is offered which enables the creation of units of learning for re-publishing (via an OAI-enabled LMS) into the OICS. This use case will be introduced and evaluated in the workshop.

This workshop introduces the learner to the multiple and different authoring processes that are required to create increasingly complex units of learning. By using author42 and its MediaLibrary the learner will be working with an authoring tool that supports authors in organising and re-using their media assets (individual text, images as well as audio and video files).

Lecturer Biography

Birgit Schmitz is head of the department “knowledge and eLearning” with the Humance AG. Besides developing training concepts and producing multimedia trainings she manages industry level content projects with diverse partners and supports international and manages national research projects focusing on competency based content development and game based learning. She has received a diploma in Business Education in 1997 and is currently working on her PhD. Her main research activities are in the field of game based learning, mobile learning and standards that support the use of pedagogies in online learning (IMS LD).

Roland Klemke is Assistant Professor at CELSTEC and works in several European projects. His research interests are in the fields of content development and reuse for ubiquituous use. Additionally, he is CEO of Humance AG and its subsidiary company bureau42, where he is responsible for research and development in the product and technology area. Coordinating the technical development team he leads industry level projects for customers such as Deutsche Welle, Jungheinrich AG, Siemens Business Services, Bayer AG. Until 2002 he contributed as scientist at Fraunhofer Gesellschaft to national and international research projects in areas such as knowledge management, e-Learning, and context management. He received his degree in Computer Science in 1997 from University of Kaiserslautern and a doctoral degree from RWTH Aachen in 2002.

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