Digital Learning Environments

  • Innovative teaching and learning concepts in engineering
  • Digitization of teaching and learning content for higher education and continuing vocational training
  • Lifelong learning with mixed reality
  • Internationalization and Entrepreneurship
  • Equal opportunities and potential analyzes

In an interdisciplinary team of humanities and social scientists, natural scientists and engineers, the research group "Digital Learning Worlds" deals with the digitization of teaching and learning contexts. Among other things, the focus is on research on the use of mixed reality in teaching and learning contexts. In order to implement successful didactic concepts, development requires the integration of all actors actively shaping higher education and vocational education contexts. In addition, the interdisciplinary team analyzes large amounts of data in order to develop recommendation systems based on them and, for example, make recommendations for career paths and the digitization of courses.

The Team

  • Kathrin Hohlbaum
  • Nina Schiffeler
  • Dr. rer. nat.
    Esther Borowski
  • Kerstin Groß
  • Dr. phil.
    Valerie Stehling
    Forschungsgruppenleiterin
  • Thorsten Sommer
  • Johanna Werz

Projects

Chefinhintergrund 2
Recommendation system for career planning based on CVs
2017 – 2020
Ongoing
Kreis Dvlop 2000X1200
Implementation of digital and virtual learning cultures in the production sector
2017 – 2020
Ongoing
Teilnehmer An Stehtisch
Collaborative project to improve study conditions and further develop teaching quality in engineering education
2016 – 2020
Ongoing
Imm Pro Bild
Immersive production room for the practice-oriented design of teaching for students of production technology at higher education institutions
2016 – 2019
Ongoing
Potenzialanalyse3
Strength and action-oriented analysis of students' interests and abilities
2018 – 2018
Ongoing
Clouds Female Game 123335
Using augmented reality for new perspectives on learning content
2017 – 2018
Completed
ContactDr. phil. Valerie StehlingForschungsgruppenleiterin
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Phone
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