Introducing Fundamental Concepts of Process Modeling through Participatory Simulation – working paper reporting on the application of the results of WP3 for learning purposes. This document contributes to the results that constitute D3.2. The paper is accepted for presentation at the T4SIS4T workshop at CAiSE 2017 in Essen and will be published in LNBIP.
Business Process Elaboration through Virtual Enactment– working paper reporting on the implementation and initial exploratory study of the virtual enactment instrument, which is the core result of WP3. This document contains the results that constitute D3.2. The paper is currently submitted to S-BPM ONE 2017.
Adopting Concepts of Freinet Pedagogy in Higher Education – A Report on the Design and Evolution of a Didactical Experiment – working paper reporting on how Freinet pedagogy can be used to scaffold the development of scientific writing skills. Presented at Momentum Kongress, Hallstatt, Austria on October, 14th, 2016.
This is a recording of a rehearsal of my talk given at ICKM. The original talk unfortunately could not have been recorded due to technical constraints.
It introduces to scaffolding as a concept and then outlines the research reported on the the paper accepted at ICKM.
Scaffolding Stakeholder-centric Enterprise Model Articulation – working paper reporting on a nascent design theory to embed scaffolding in collaborative conceptual modeling workshops. Consequently, this is one of the cornerstone results of workpackage 2 and a contribution towards D2.2. A revised version is currently submitted to the IFIP working conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modeling.
This is a video of my talk at ICA colloquium at HAN university of applied sciences, Arnhem, NL on 28.06.2016
It summarizes my research over the last years and gives insight about directions of work in the next months.
A flexible online platform for computerized adaptive testing – working paper reporting on an effort to develop a tool that allows computerized adaptive testing to be flexibly integrated in domain-specific online learning materials. A revised version is currently submitted to the International Journal of Educational Technologies in Higher Education.