Monthly Archives: April 2011

Polizei verwendet Daten des GPS Hersteller TomTom um Radafallen zu positionieren :-)

Laut einer Meldung auf Heise news verwendet die niederlĂ€nische Polizei von TomTom gekaufte Daten von Radarfallen um neue Radarfallen zu positionieren. Ist bei den TomTom Kunden nicht so gut gekommen 😉 TomTom hat sich entschuldigt. Advertisements

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Measure the effectiveness of eLearning

The measurement of the effectiveness of eLearning courses is a very difficult task, and especially commercial companies also have to think on the ROI. Two models which can be applied are the Kirkpatrick model and the Bersin five step model. … Continue reading

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Is the OER movement flawed?

An interesting debate on OER (open educational resources) will take place on the eLearning Africa website on Friday, May 27, from 17:45 – 19:15. The discussion is initiated by a statement from Sir John Daniel (President & Chief Executive Officer … Continue reading

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Zugang zu offenen Bildungsressourcen – Fachtagung am 26.5.2011 in Graz

Ich lade alle Interessierten zu einer von mir und der Medizinischen UniversitĂ€t Graz mitorganisierten Fachtagung mit dem Fokus freier Zugang zu Bildungsressourcen – so genannten „Open Educational Resources“ (OER) ein. Die Fachtagung beschĂ€ftigt sich mit den Möglichkeiten von OER in … Continue reading

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Presentation of virtual lessons with fully automated workflow

From  February 24 to 25 2011 I attended the MoodleMoot conference in Vienna/Austria. I published a paper on our virtual lesson concept with the Virtual Medical Campus with the topic “The seamless integration of virtualized lessons with a fully automated … Continue reading

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