Feb 152016

The CSS group proudly announces that a new project, CODALoop, will start in May 2016.

CODALoop will provide:

  • a deeper understanding of learning and behavioral change to reduce energy consumption in an urban setting;
  • a tested prototype of an interactive web-based platform for sharing data about individual and community energy consumption choices;
  • a tailored set of policy and market recommendations for the wider application of this platform.

The project is funded by the ERA-NET Cofund Smart Cities and Communities programme.

Sep 282015

Bedek, M., Kickmeier-Rust, M., & Albert, D. (2015). Formal Concept Analysis for Modelling Students in a Technology-enhanced Learning Setting. Workshop on Awareness and Reflection in Technology Enhanced Learning @ EC-TEL 2015.

Kickmeier-Rust, M. (2015). Visualizing the Structure of Learning. Workshop on Applied and Practical Learning Analytics @ EC-TEL 2015.

Kickmeier-Rust, M & Bull, S. (2015) LEA’s BOX – A Learning Analytics Tool Box. Poster @ EC-TEL 2015.

Kopeinik, S. (2015). Applying cognitive learner models for recommender systems in small scale learning environments. Doctoral Consortium @ EC-TEL 2015.

Aug 312015

You will find us at our new address: Plüddemanngasse 104, 8042 Graz, Austria.

Aug 032015

We are happy to show of the very successful cooperation with our testbed schools of the “Verein für Bildung und Erziehung der Grazer Schulschwestern”.

The impressive outcome includes more than 700 completed questionnaires, a conference paper describing our shared experiences and an article about the project’s successful application published in an Austrian newspaper.

Many Thanks to the most dedicated teacher Jürgen Mack and the “Verein für Bildung und Erziehung der Grazer Schulschwestern”.

We are looking forward to a long and successful partnership. You are awesome!

Jul 272015

An experimental field study of collaborative tagging, which finds evidence for mutual relationships between shared artifacts (tags) and individual memory representations during a collaborative sense making task in a university course.