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Index der Personen (alphabetische Reihenfolge).

  1. ARDUC, Maria (Öffentlichkeitsarbeit)
  2. BERTSCH, Christian (ISBE)
  3. CVRLJAK, Carla
  4. FISCHER, Eva (Übersetzungen)
  5. FUHRMANN, Markus (Koordination Workshops, Trainings)
  6. FREY, Vanessa (Event-Design)
  7. GASSNER Lucia (Szenarien)
  8. GRUBER, Katja
  9. HEROLD, Lukas (Computertrainings)
  10. HOTZ-BEHOFSITS, Christian (Webdesign)
  11. JERLICH, Jutta (e-learning, Innovation and Business Development)
  12. KALLINGER, Sandro (webdesign, photography)
  13. MAIER, Katarina (Graphik, Design)
  14. MOISES, Monika
  15. MÜLLEDER, Birgit
  16. MÜLLER, Moritz (Film, ViS:TV)
  17. NAGELE, Reinhard
  18. NISCHELWITZER, Alexander (eContent, Mobile Anwendungen)
  19. OBERMÜLLER, Marion
  20. OSSMANN, Stefan
  21. PICHLER, Dominik (Webdesign)
  22. PICHLER, Nikola
  23. POINTNER, Teresa
  24. REIMERS, Christian
  25. RACZ, Bernhard
  26. REBERNIK, Peter
  27. REISSNER, Markus (Trainings IKT
  28. SATTLER, Ruth (Öffentlichkeitsarbeit)
  29. SCHEFBERGER, Stefan (Webdesign)
  30. SCHMÖLZ, Alexander
  31. SCHNABEL, Sabrina
  32. SCHRÖDL, Martin (Computertrainings)
  33. SMITH, David
  34. ZAHLUT, Axel
  35. ZISTLER, Saphir

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ARDUC, Maria

is a linguist and cultural anthropologist holding a doctor degree of philosophy of the University Vienna. Her expertise is in applied linguistics, critical discourse analysis. During her studies she attended language courses for Spanish and Turkish in Austria and abroad. She worked as a teacher for German as a Foreign Language at a language learning institution and as a research member in different interdisciplinary oriented international research projects at the University of Vienna. Subjects of investigation in these research projects were, among others, the first language acquisition of children of the age of 1,5 to 3 years, the discourse on unemployment in organisations of the EU and language and racism in political texts; her PhD-thesis was on emotional and imaginative communication in the discourse of psychotherapy. Since February 2009 she is working as a free lancer for the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture, Department IT/3, IT-Systems for Education.

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

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BERTSCH, Christian, PhD

Christian Bertsch is a senior researcher at the University of Education in Vienna. He holds a PhD in science education focusing on inquiry based learning and scientific literacy. He worked as advisor for the Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology developing new ways of linking science and society and took part in several FP6 and FP7 projects on the dissemination of inquiry based learning in Europe. In his current research he is focusing on the outcomes of Continuous Professional Development for science teachers and Science-School-Cooperation as innovative tools to implement authentic inquiry in schools. He is consulting the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education on the implementation and evaluation of teacher trainings on inquiry based learning within the FP7 project Pri-Sci-Net.

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Involved in: Pri-Sci-Net (2011-14), Pathway (2011-14)

 

Responsiblities and activities in other institutions

  • Senior researcher and lecturer in science education at the University of Education Vienna

Projects for other institutions:

 

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CVRLJAK, Carla

Carla CVRLJAK is a student of „Teacher Training Program“ at the University of Vienna, with a special focus on History, Social Studies, Political Education and Catholic Religious Education.

During her studies she learned to combine historical and religious education with new methods and media at school.

 

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • She is working as a consultant within several EU projects

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FISCHER, Eva

Eva Fischer is a student at the University of Vienna. She is enrolled in the teacher training programme; her subjects are English, Psychology and Philosophy.

She has been working at the IT department of the Austrian Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture since November 2011.

 

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • the translation of documents from English into German and vice versa

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FREY, Vanessa

Vanessa Frey is a student of Biology; she finished her Bachelor in the field Cellbiology/ Physiology in Salzburg and will start her Master in Vienna in October. Before she moved to Austria, Vanessa lived in Scotland, Edinburgh for two years to finish school and take her Scottish Higher exams (Matura). Vanessa worked in different divisions during her studies, mainly as personal assistant, secretary and as key account manager; in addition she gained experiences in the medical field which is a matter of particular interest for her.

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Discover the Comos

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FUHRMANN, Markus

Markus Fuhrmann is currently finishing his bachelor degree in political science at the university of Vienna. He’s interested in organising and supporting of european projects in the field of education and promotion of international relations. 

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Gaßner, Lucia Anna

Lucia Anna Gaßner holds a diploma degree in education from the University of Vienna and is specialized in social and media pedagogy. She is also studying sports science with the main focus in health and therapeutic sports and will graduate in January 2012. Her area of expertise is adventure education sports and its social impacts with adolescents, as well as biomechanical principles quantified by sensors.

She worked in projects with adolescents and kids in the area of training and mentoring. Lucia Anna Gaßner also gives classes to adults in health, outdoor and fitness sports. During her stay abroad in Costa Rica (2010) and Spain (2009) she focused her researches in sports education and also implicated disabillities.

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

 

  •  Involved in (Mitarbeit): KLiC (2009-11)

Projects for other institutions:

 

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HEROLD, Lukas

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • RUeNTER

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HOTZ-BEHOFSITS, Christian

Christian studies IT at the Technical University of Vienna. Because computer technology is one of his biggest hobbies, software and information engineering became his first choice at university.

For educational purposes and also to support his father’s company he also became a fluent java/C programmer and a web-developer.

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Webdesign

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JERLICH, Jutta, MA.rer.nat

Jutta Jerlich bas been successfully working on EU funded research projects in innovation in teaching for several years now. She has extensive expertise in online / teaching for several universities and has worked with industry, supplying an unique approach to projects by being able to know how to fulfil the needs and requirements of industry and academia at the same time.

She has been working in the area of Business Development, International Marketing and Dissemination for more than 10 years. As a consultant she supported small and medium sized enterprises and educational organizations in implementing e-learning and knowledge management systems as a project coach and in leading positions.

She holds a Master in Technology Marketing from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration and is specialized on innovation technology enhancing learning processes in higher education and lifelong learning.

Her interest is the implementation of creative, innovative, ICT-supported, learning models in schools and universities in the European Union and internationally. Her current research activities are focused on the influences of the culture and motivation in learning processes.

ICT Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK

  • Involved in: CerOrganic (2010-12), Pathway (2011-14)
  • Finalized projects: Atlas@Cern (2008-10), Cosmos (2007-09), Organic.Edunet (2007-10), InLOT (2007-08), Discovery Days (2007), Collage (2005-07)

Responsibilities and activities in other institutions:

  • President Kulturimpuls: non-profit Organization focusing on culture in its different roles and aspects in life
  • Teaching Creativity Engineering at the Vienna University of Technology, Austria
  • Teaching Global Marketing, English and German at five renown universities in Nagoya, Japan
  • Editorial board member Higher Education Teaching and Learning HETL www.hetl.org   

Projects for other institutions:

  • VIRQUAL: Virtual Mobility and European Qualification Framework (2009-11)
  • United by Sports (2006-09)
  • Education by Integration (2004-05) 

Read her Kulturimpuls Blog

 

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KALLINGER, Sandro

Sandro Kallinger is studying Multimedia at the "Höhere Graphische Bundes- Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt" in Vienna, specialized in audio and video technology.

Previously he graduated at the commercial academy in Oberpullendorf, focused on information and communication technology, and studied Theater-, Film- und Medienwissenschaften at the University of Vienna for two years.

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • webdesign, photography and digital image processing

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NAGELE, Reinhard

Training in the technical and communication-technology areas national and international and technician in the area plastic and heat technology; electrical engineer and his activity as neon and electronic billboard installer.

ICT Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Lot (2004-2006), KLiC (2010-2011), Atlas@Cern (2008-2010), RUeNTER (2009-2011)

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MOISES, Monika, MA.rer.nat

Monika Moises is experienced in international project cooperation across several funding programmes in Europe. She has a masters degree in natural science from the University of Vienna and is currently finishing her trans-disciplinary, post gradual course in Latin American Studies. Since five years she is coordinating European Projects in the fields of e-health and e-education. She is currently consulting the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education in the management of European funded educational projects. She is interested in the implementation of innovative, ICT-supported, learning models in schools in the European and Latin American context.ICT Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK (IKT Projekte im Auftrag des BM:UKK): 

  • Projectmanagement: CerOrganic (2010-12), OSR (2009-12), Pri-Sci-Net (2011-14)
  • Involved in (Mitarbeit): Pathway (2011-14), KLiC (2009-11), pSkills (2009-11)
  • Finalized projects (Abgeschlossene Projekte): Atlas@Cern (2008-10), Metaschool (2008-10), Organic.Edunet (2007-10)

Responsiblities and activities in other institutions:

  • Postgraduate Studies: Interdisciplinary Studies in Latin American Science

Projects for other institutions:

  • DAD - Digital Aided Guide for Fathers-to-be (2007-08), eTen
  • IDB - Injury Data Base

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MÜLLEDER, Birgit

Birgit Mülleder is a student of political science and public communication at the University of Vienna, with a focus on international relations. She attended a summer school course in Global Politics at the London School Economics, and a study abroad at the Institut d'études politiques (Sciences Po) in Paris. In addition to numerous internships in the areas of economics or marketing, she is working as a consultant within several EU projects in the IT department of the Austrian Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture.

ICT Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Involved in: Pathway (2011-14), KLiC (2009-11), pSkills (2009-11), OSR (2009-12), RUeNTER (2009-11), CerOrganic (2010-11)
  • Finalized projects: Atlas@Cern (2008-10), Metaschool (2008-10), Inspire (2007-09)

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MÜLLER, Moritz

is a student of digital film and animation at the SAE Institute Vienna. He moved to Austria to study Biology and then changed to moviemaking and will finish his studies in 2014. He already took part in short movie and music video productions. Besides he organises and records interviews for the BM:UKK and takes care of the video editing.

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Discover the Cosmos

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NISCHELWITZER, Alexander

NISCHELWITZER, K Alexander, Prof. DI Dr.
Prof. DI Dr. techn., Coordinator for Digital Media Technology, Information management at the University JOANNEUM, Graz, Austria.

Doctor Nischelwitzer studied Telematics at the Technical University Graz (1990-1995) and computer science (University of Kent at Canterbury, 1993-1994). Focus on computer graphics, digitale image processing and computer animation. Doctorate at the Technical University in Graz, 2002.  1995-2000 scientfic employee at Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH.

Since 2000 professor at the University of Applied sciences JOANNEUM
He has also been and is executive member of several research programmes (FH Plus, EU IST, FFF) run by prominent companies and research partners, fellow of the European Academy of Digital Media and member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and IEEE Computer Society. He is certified senior project manager (zSPM, IPMA), MCP (Microsoft certified professional), certified linux instructor and certified Digital Master Instructor (Silicon Studio, USA LA).

His current research activities are focused on web and mobile usability / accessibility (for handicapped people and children) in the field of innovative eLearning, online 2D & 3D data visualisation, computer and multimedia content development as well as new ways of user interaction (Tangible and Audio User Interfaces [TUIs and AUIs], interfaces for museums) and mobile cross media content publishing.

Webpage: http://www.nischelwitzer.com/index.php?id=78 
Project Videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/nischiTV 
eMail: nischelwitzer@gmail.com 

Mitarbeit: Cosmos, Atlas@Cern, Collage, KLiC, Skills, moX - Mobile Experiments

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OBERMÜLLER, Marion, Dr.rer.nat

Marion Obermüller is a nutritionist with a university degree of doctor of natural sciences from the University of Vienna, department human nutrition. She is also a teacher in secondary schools. For some years she was self-employed at the department of human nutrition of the University of Vienna, working as a nutritionist and as a consultant for an ICT-company. In 2000 she started to work as a secondary school teacher in Vienna, teaching nutritional science and history. She has achieved additional qualifications in pedagogical theory and also leads seminars for teacher training. Since 2008 she has been consulting to the BMUKK about projects concerning e-learning.

ICT Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK: 

  • Projectmanagement: RURALeNTER (2009-2011)
  • Involved in: CerOrganic (2010 -2011), Pathway (2011-14), OSR (2009 -2012), PRI-SCI-NET (2011-2014)
  • Finalized projects: Inspire (2007-2009), Organic.Edunet (2007-10)

Responsiblities and activities in other institutions:

  • University of Vienna, Department of History
  • PH Wien, teacher trainer

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OSSMANN, Stefan F., MA, MA, BA

Stefan Ossmann currently works as a member of the steering group for a TEMPUS project focussing on quality journalism and crossmedia with participating universities, NGO’s and private partners from Austria, Germany, Romania, Moldavia and the Ukraine. Beside that he is employed as lecturer at the department for International Development with a focus on interdisciplinary academic writing and socio-scientific research methods.

 

After finishing a college on photography in Vienna, Stefan Ossmann spent five years in various countries worldwide for travel and work reasons. After returning to Austria in 2004, he studied International Development and Communication Science at the University of Vienna, the Babes-Bolyai University Cluj Napoca and at the University of Melbourne (both final degrees with honours, academic focus: ICT and developing countries).

 

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Involved in: EU-FP7 C2Learn (2012-2015)

Responsiblities and activities in other institutions

  • Lecturer at the department for International Development
  • Member of the steering group for a EU-TEMPUS project "Quality Journalism and Crossmedia"

Projects for other institutions:

  • Involved in: EU-TEMPUS Crossmedia & Qualitätsjournalismus (2012-2015)
  • Finalized projects: Buddy-Project (integrating non-German speakers at the University / 2010-2012), eLearning Step 3 (training and coordinating a team of 15 e-tutors / 2011-2012 ) Urban subculture (exchange project Masary University, Brno / 2011-2012), Lecturing tutor project (training and coordinating a team of 60 tutors / 2008-2009), Minorities in Middle Europe (exchange project Pecs/Hungary / 2007-2008)

 

 

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PICHLER, Dominik

Dominik Pichler has been studying „Software and Information Engineering“ at the Technical University of Vienna since October 2010. His special topics are algorithms and data-structures, programming and information systems.

In 2011 he became a self-employed person and founded a individual company for IT-service with a focus on web developing and server-scripting.

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Webdesign
  • Website: stagdesign.at

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PICHLER, Nikola

Nikola Pichler has been studying Biology at the University of Vienna since October 2011. Her special focus is on ecology involving population ecology, different kinds of competing models and marine biology.

During her studies she learned that ecology is the key to predict the impact of the human on the environment.

Involved in: PriSciNet

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POINTNER, Teresa, Mag. Bsc.

Teresa Pointner studied at Vienna University and the University of Economics and Business Administration . Her expertise is International Development and Economics. Within her studies she learned to combine economic, historical, political and communicative based coherences within society. Project- oriented learning methods impart particularly knowledge about planning and evaluating. Furthermore, she specialised in  the field of International Relations and Development-Strategies. Her experience covers a range of different development projects in latin america.
Since October 2008 she works within different projects for the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Art and Culture.

ICT Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Involved in: KLiC (2009-11), OSR (2009-12), RUeNTER (2009-11), CerOrganic (2010-11)
  • national Projects: IT&Gender
  • Finalized projects: Atlas@Cern (2008-10), Metaschool (2008-10), Inspire (2007-09)

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RACZ, Bernhard

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ICT Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

PM: iTec, eQNet, Verein ENIS, http://www.enis.at

 

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REBERNIK, Peter

DI Peter Rebernik’s background is a completed study in electronics, four years as technical assistant and then six years as university research assistant at the Technical University of Vienna, seven years in private companies such as Philips (developing computers for public telephone exchanges), six years as director of the Technical Museum in Vienna, one year as director of the KunstHausWien, and finally about 27 years of running his own SME, “PHAROS International, Bureau for Cultural and Scientific Projects”. PHAROS is consulting museums and other leisure institutions, EU funded projects, and works mainly in science communication.

Peter Rebernik was also founder and director of Science Week @ Austria.

Currently, he is the Executive Director of Eusea, European Science Events Association, which he founded together with other organisations in 1991. In this function, he coordinated 4 science communication projects funded by the European Commission: EUSCE/X, WONDERS06, WONDERS07 and 2WAYS.

ICT Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK

  • Projectmanagement: YASP (seit 2011)
  • Involved in: OSR (2009-12)

Responsiblities and activities in other institutions:

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REIMERS, Christian, Dr.

is an astrophysicist with special interest in theoretical and computational modelling of radiation hydrodynamic problems and the shaping of Planetary Nebulae. After graduating from the technical high school for communications engineering he entered the studies of astronomy and physics at the University of Vienna, Austria. He received his Ph.D. in astronomy in 2005. While pursuing his Ph.D. he joined the Herchel/PACS team to work on the development of the compression software and related documentation of the PACS instrument onboard the European Space Agency's cornerstone satellite mission Herschel. From 2006 to 2007 he worked on the development of an e-learning service for students at the Department of Astronomy. Since 2007 he is lecturer at the Faculty of Earth Sciences, Geography and Astronomy at the University of Vienna, teaching mathematics and physics with a focus on Earth sciences. For the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Art and Culture he also works within ICT projects since 2007, e.g. at the EU project COSMOS (An Advanced Scientific Repository for Science Teaching and Learning).

ICT Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK

  • Projectmanagement: pSkills (2009-11), Discover the Cosmos (2011-14), Pathway (2011-14)
  • Involved in: OSR (2009-12), KLiC (2009-11), RUeNTER (2009-11)
  • Finalized projects: Cosmos (2007-09), Atlas@Cern (2008-10), Metaschool (2008-10), Inspire (2007-09)

Responsiblities and activities in other institutions:

Projects for other institutions:

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REISSNER, Markus

Markus Reisner the college of education in Vienna with the focus on English and arts and crafts (shopclass). He is holding courses on the ePortfolio platform Mahara and is involved and is involved in blended learning and finding web 2.0 tools and solutionsl for the classroom. Follow on Twitter@MarkusR Blog and reflective tasks about PH Wien are on Mahara. New media can be implemented in every subject. Engage the students, present with power collaborate with on another and reflect about your peformance.

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REISSNER, Markus

Markus Reisner the college of education in Vienna with the focus on English and arts and crafts (shopclass). He is holding courses on the ePortfolio platform Mahara and is involved and is involved in blended learning and finding web 2.0 tools and solutionsl for the classroom. Follow on Twitter@MarkusR Blog and reflective tasks about PH Wien are on Mahara. New media can be implemented in every subject. Engage the students, present with power collaborate with on another and reflect about your peformance.Markus Reisner the college of education in Vienna with the focus on English and arts and crafts (shopclass). He is holding courses on the ePortfolio platform Mahara and is involved and is involved in blended learning and finding web 2.0 tools and solutionsl for the classroom. Follow on Twitter@MarkusR Blog and reflective tasks about PH Wien are on Mahara. New media can be implemented in every subject. Engage the students, present with power collaborate with on another and reflect about your peformance.

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REISSNER, Markus

Markus Reisner the college of education in Vienna with the focus on English and arts and crafts (shopclass). He is holding courses on the ePortfolio platform Mahara and is involved and is involved in blended learning and finding web 2.0 tools and solutionsl for the classroom. Follow on Twitter@MarkusR Blog and reflective tasks about PH Wien are on Mahara. New media can be implemented in every subject. Engage the students, present with power collaborate with on another and reflect about your peformance.Markus Reisner the college of education in Vienna with the focus on English and arts and crafts (shopclass). He is holding courses on the ePortfolio platform Mahara and is involved and is involved in blended learning and finding web 2.0 tools and solutionsl for the classroom. Follow on Twitter@MarkusR Blog and reflective tasks about PH Wien are on Mahara. New media can be implemented in every subject. Engage the students, present with power collaborate with on another and reflect about your peformance.

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SATTLER, Ruth

has been working in the field of graphic design, advertising and marketing for about 30 years and started monitoring the project “e-teaching-austria - Services for laptop classes and computer-assisted lessons” as a consultant of the Austrian ministry of education in 2000. Meanwhile active within different initiatives, like development of eContent or in the “Bildungspool Austria”, the content repository of the bmukk, she has been considered to be “the Austrian Trend Scout for eLearning”.

ICT Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK: ViS:Presse, Facebook, Newsletter

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SCHEFBERGER, Stefan

Stefan Schefberger is a student of „Software and Information Engineering“ at the Technical University of Vienna, with a special focus on programming, algorithms and information systems.

During the last year he became a self-employed person and established an advertising agency. His focused work is based on web developing and a wide range of individual printing media.

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Webdesign
  • Website: stagdesign.at

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SCHMOELZ, Alexander, M.A, B.A.

Alexander Schmoelz is a researcher at the Department of Education and Human Development, University of  Vienna. He holds a B.A. in communication and media, focusing on multimedia in journalism and new media. He also holds a M.A in political science, specializing on international institutions and the European Union. In his current research he is focusing on the pedagogical ontology and adaptive e-learning systems. He worked at the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights as an ICT assistant. He has been acting as a adult educator and teacher trainer for the Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management and the Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Vienna. He is consulting the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture on the evaluation of teacher trainings on inquiry based learning within the FP7 project Pri-Sci-Net and on the implementation of online courses for teacher trainings within the Project Pathway. Moreover he is project manager for the EU-FP7-ICT Project C2Learn and the LLP Project DigiSkills. 

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Project Manager for: C2Learn (2012-2015), DigiSkills (2012-2015)
  • Involved in: Pri-Sci-Net (2011-14), Pathway (2011-14)

Responsiblities and activities in other institutions

  • Researcher and lecturer at the Department of Education and Human Development, University of Vienna.

Projects for other institutions:

Publications

  • Gyabak, K. & Schmoelz, A. (2010). Adventure Web 2.0: Exploring the Possibilities of New Media Tools in Creating Dynamic & Engaging Online Learning Experiences. In J. Sanchez & K. Zhang (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2010. Chesapeake, VA: AACE, pp. 1019-1023

  • Ossman, S., Schmoelz, A. (2010). Cultural Diversity in Higher Education In Drame, A., Paepcke, H. (Eds.), Diversity and Global Understanding. Vienna: TermNet Publisher, pp. 18-30

  • Schmoelz, A., Payrhuber, A. & Hahn, D. (2010). Instructional Design and eDidactic. A student-centered approach for first-year students. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010. Chesapeake, VA: AACE, pp. 374-379
  • Payrhuber, A. & Schmoelz, A. (2009) Blended Learning in Massenlehrveranstaltungen. In. Apostolopoulos et. al. (Hg.) E-learning 2009. Lernen im digitalen Zeitalter, New York: Waxmann

  • Schmoelz, A.., Payrhuber, A. (2009) Quality assurance and mass courses – blended learning in practise. In: Chova, Gómez /  Belenguer, Martí / Torres, Candel (ed.) Prodceedings of EDULEARN09, pp. 4090-4089.

  • Schmoelz, A. & Payrhuber, A. (2009). Blended Learning – Competence building in Mass Courses. In T. Bastiaens et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, , Chesapeake, VA: AACE, pp. 1944-1947

  • Payrhuber, A. & Schmoelz, A. (2009) Angeleitetes Selbstlernen in Großlehrveranstaltungen, fmna Tagungsband

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SCHNABEL, Sabrina, BEd.

Sabrina Schnabel is a teacher of applied computer science, office management and word processing at an upper-secondary vocational school of tourism and economics, 1130 Bergheidengasse 5-19, Vienna. She studied at the college of education and holds a Bachelor of Education in information and communication pedagogics. She is a specialist in the following areas:

  • Information analysis and its application
  • Current communication technology (for instance new media and technology, E-Commerce, M-Commerce)

Furthermore, she focuses on structures and works with internet services and social networks. In her work, she has the possibility to apply current innovative methods of teaching.

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Involved in: C2Learn (2012-2015)

Responsiblities and activities in other institutions

  • Teacher of applied computer science, office management and word processing at an upper-secondary vocational school of tourism and economics, 1130 Bergheidengasse 5-19, Vienna.

 

 

 

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SCHRÖDL, Martin

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • RUeNTER

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SMITH, David, Dr.

is a learning technology analyst with a PhD in the field of eLearning from Newcastle University in Australia. His career started as a mathematics teacher and with over 20 years experience in schools developed a wide expertise in curriculum development and educational leadership. In the last ten years, he has specialised in the fields of learning pedagogy (including technology) and learning analysis working for an education authority in Australia. He co-developed adult education courses for university in teacher education and lectured at the University of Notre Dame. His particular interest is the integration of technology in learning and is currently consulting in this field for European Union educational projects. He is also a thesis examiner for Masters’ degrees.

Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK: 

  • Projectmanagement: KLiC (2009-11)
  • Involved in: Pathway (2011-14), Discover the Cosmos (2011-14), Open Discovery Space (2012-15)
  • Finalized projects: Atlas@Cern (2008-10), Cosmos (2007-09), Metaschool (2008-10), Organic.Edunet (2007-10), pSkills (2009-11), Inspire (2007-09)

Responsiblities and activities in other institutions:

Projects for other institutions:

  • MATEL Roadmapping
  • TEL Map

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ZAHLUT, Axel

is an educational consultant for the Federal Ministry of Education in Austria and the European Network for Innovative Schools Austria (ENIS) with a university degree of political science, with the special focus on educational policy, educational psychology and political education. The multi-cultural approach and the political knowledge in the area of education developed during the academic studies and research have already been applied successfully during the eSkills-Week and iTEC. Furthermore, he has published his own book with an analysis of the educational policy in Austria as a consequence of the initiatives of the European Schoolnet and has recently been invited as a keynote speaker to different international conferences with a focus on e-learning, e-education and ict in education.

Mitarbeit: iTec, Verein ENIS, http://www.enis.at

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ZISTLER, Saphir

She is a Graphic and Communication Designer and has a degree from the Höhere Graphische Bundes- Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt. She completed a few internships in the field of marketing, graphic design, photography, dissemination and sustainability in Austria and the Netherlands. In the year 2011 she studied at the Rotterdam University and has a degree in Dutch as second language. Since 2009 she is a cunsulting manager at the BM:UKK and a active member of the Virtuelle Schule Austria. Her work area is from print media, web design, texting and dissemination strategies to administration of national and international projects. She speaks German, Englisch and Dutch.

ICT Projects on behalf of the BM:UKK:

  • Involved in: pSkills (2009-11), Pathway (2011-14), OSR (2009-12), KLiC (2009-11), RUeNTER (2009-11), Cosmos (2007-09), ViS:Presse 
  • Finalized projects: Atlas@Cern (2008-10), Metaschool (2008-10), Inspire (2007-09)

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