Simone Kopeinik

 
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Kopeinik, Simone, Dipl.-Ing.
University Project Assistant
Computer Scientist
Phone: +43 (316) 873 30637
E-Mail: simone.kopeinik[at]tugraz.at
Address: Inffeldgasse 13/V, 8010 Graz, Austria
TU Graz Online: Link

 

Simone Kopeinik graduated from Graz University of Technology with a degree in Computer Science. During her studies she specialized in Software Design and Development, User Adaptive Systems and Virtual Learning Environments. She is currently working at the Knowledge Technologies Institute within the WeSpot project and acts as an Internal Coordinator of the INNOVRET project. Previously, she was involved in the Target project on serious games and personalised learning. She has expertise on the Knowledge Space Theory and its Competence based extensions as well as on common Learning Approaches combined with Game-based Learning and Learning Management Systems. Additionally, Simone writes her PhD-thesis in the field of learning analytics focusing on user modeling and personalized recommendations. Her research interest comprises e-learning applications and tools, the use of 3D virtual worlds for learning, user adaptive and personalized (learning) systems, and the implementation of (psycho-)pedagogical models for user centered virtual environments.

Projects: OMFix, weSPOT, INNOVRET, TARGET

Publications:
2015
Seitlinger, P.; Kowald, D.; Kopeinik, S.; Ilire Hasani-Mavriqi, I.; Ley, T.; Lex, E.: Attention Please! A Hybrid Resource Recommender Mimicking Attention-Interpretation Dynamics. – in: Proceedings of 24th International World Wide Web Conference WWW’15. (2015), S. 339-345

Bedek, M.; Kopeinik, S.; Prünster, B.; Albert, D.: Applying the Formal Concept Analysis to Introduce Guidance in an Inquiry-based Learning Environment. – in: IEEE 15th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies ICALT 2015. (2015), S. 285 – 289

Kowald, D.; Seitlinger, P. C.; Kopeinik, S.; Ley, T.; Trattner, C.: Forgetting the Words but Remembering the Meaning: Modeling Forgetting in a Verbal and Semantic Tag Recommender. – in: Mining, Modeling, and Recommending ‘Things’ in Social Media. MUSE/MSM 2013. (2013), S. 75 – 95

Kopeinik, S.; Bedek, M.; Firssova, O.; Mack, J.; Albert, D.: Introducing technology-enhanced inquiry-based learning to support science education in secondary schools: a teacher perspective. – in: EDULEARN15 Proceedings. (2015), S. 6035 – 6045

Bedek, M.; Seitlinger, P. C.; Kopeinik, S.; Albert, D.: Non-invasive assessment of motivation in a digital educational game. – in: Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Games Based Learning ECGBL2015. (2015), S. 58 – 65

Kowald, D.; Kopeinik, S.; Seitlinger, P. C.; Ley, T.; Albert, D.; Trattner, C.: Refining Frequency-Based Tag Reuse Predictions by Means of Time and Semantic Context. – in: Mining, Modeling, and Recommending ‘Things’ in Social Media. MUSE/MSM 2013. (2013), S. 55 – 74

Dimanche, A.; Roche, T.; Kopeinik, S.; Winter, L.-C.; Nussbaumer, A.; Albert, D.: Suitability of Adaptive Self-Regulated e-Learning to Vocational Training: A Pilot Study in Heat Pump System Installation. – in: International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design 5 (3). (2015), S. 31 – 46

2014
Kopeinik, S.; Nussbaumer, A.; Winter, L.-C.; Dimache, A.; Albert, D.; Roche, T.: Combining Self – regulation and Competence – based Guidance to Personalise the Learning Experience in Moodle. – in: The 14th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies ICALT 2014. (2014), S. 62 – 64

2013
Winter, L.-C.; Kopeinik, S.; Dimache, A.; Brennan, A.; Albert, D.; Roche, T.: Applying Pedagogical Approaches to Enhance Learning: Linking Self-Regulated and Skills-based Learning with support from Moodle Extensions. – in: Proceedings of the IIAI International Conference on Advanced Applied Informatics 2013. (2013), S. 203 – 206

Kopeinik, S.; Bedek, M.; Öttl, G.; Albert, D.: Competence Analyser: A portable GUI tool for modelling domain and learner knowledge. – in: Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Computers in Education. (2013), S. 133 – 138

Parodi, E.; Fabrizio, G.; Specht, M.; Kopeinik, S.; Haimala, F.; Protopsaltis, A.: weSPOT: Working Environment with Social and Personal Open Tools for inquiry based learning. – Poster presented at the European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, Cyprus. 17 – 21 September 2013.

2012
Bedek, M.; Seitlinger, P. C.; Kopeinik, S.; Albert, D.: Inferring a Learner´s Cognitive, Motivational and Emotional State in a Digital Educational Game. – in: Electronic journal of e-Learning [electronic Resource] 10 (2012) 2, S. 172 – 184

Seitlinger, P. C.; Bedek, M.; Kopeinik, S.; Albert, D.: Evaluating the Validity of a Non-invasive Assessment Procedure. – in: Serious Games Development and Application. (2012), S. 208 – 218

Kopeinik, S.; Nussbaumer, A.; Bedek, M.; Albert, D.: Using CbKST for Learning Path Recommendation in Game-based Learning. – in: Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Computers in Education ICCE 2012. (2012), S. 86 – 91

2011
Bedek, M.; Cowley, B.; Seitlinger, P. C.; Fantato, M. .; Kopeinik, S.; Albert, D.; Ravaja, N.:
Assessment of the Emotional State by Psycho-physiological and Implicit Measurements. – in: 13th International Conference on Multimodal Interaction. (2011), S. 234 – 238

Bedek, M.; Seitlinger, P. C.; Kopeinik, S.; Albert, D.: Multivariate Assessment of Motivation and Emotion in Digital Educational Games. – in: Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Game Based Learning. (2011), S. 18 – 25

Kopeinik, S.; Bedek, M.; Seitlinger, P. C.; Albert, D.:
The Artificial Mentor: An assessment based approach to adaptively enhance learning processes in virtual learning environments. – in: Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computers in Education (2011), S. 106 – 110 International Conference on Computers in Education ; 19

2010
Kopeinik, S.: Virtual 3D Worlds for Blended and Distance Learning in Higher Education. University of Technology, Graz, Dipl.-Arb., 2010

2009
Chang, V.; Gütl, C.; Kopeinik, S.; Williams, R.: Evaluation of Collaborative Learning Settings in 3D Virtual Worlds. – in: International journal of emerging technologies in learning [electronic resource] (2009) 4 ICL 2009, S. 6 – 17

Gütl, C.; Chang, V.; Kopeinik, S.; Williams, R.:
3D Virtual Worlds as a Tool for Collaborative Learning Settings in Geographically Dispersed Environments. – in: ICL 2009. (2009), S. 310 – 323

 

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