CHI-ANNOUNCEMENTS Archives

ACM SIGCHI General Interest Announcements (Mailing List)

CHI-ANNOUNCEMENTS@LISTSERV.ACM.ORG

Options: Use Forum View

Use Monospaced Font
Show Text Part by Default
Show All Mail Headers

Message: [<< First] [< Prev] [Next >] [Last >>]
Topic: [<< First] [< Prev] [Next >] [Last >>]
Author: [<< First] [< Prev] [Next >] [Last >>]

Print Reply
Subject:
From:
Sabine Cikic <[log in to unmask]>
Reply To:
Sabine Cikic <[log in to unmask]>
Date:
Thu, 21 Jun 2007 10:30:22 -0400
Content-Type:
text/plain
Parts/Attachments:
text/plain (145 lines)
Cooperative Knowledge Spaces for Mathematics, Natural Sciences,
                             and Engineering

                   http://www.mulf.tu-berlin.de/ecscw07.html

    =======================================================================

                    A Workshop held in conjunction with the

     10th European Conference on Computer Supported Co-operative Work
         ECSCW 2007
          http://www.ecscw07.org

          September 24-28, 2007
            Limerick / Ireland

    =======================================================================

    Call for Papers

The collaborative and distributed usage of resources such as remote
experiments and virtual laboratories is highly important especially for
learning and research scenarios in the fields of mathematics, natural
sciences and engineering. Integrated into cooperative knowledge spaces,
those resources can be provided within a unified environment and be combined
with communication tools and content repositories. Thus, an open access to
experimental setups can be achieved. However, only few implementations of
cooperative knowlegdes spaces have been deployed so far and technical
requirements as well as usability issues are still to be discussed.

Questions to be considered include (but are certainly not limited to):

  What kinds of communities can be addressed?
  What kinds of scenarios can be supported?
  What differences to traditional learning management systems can be
   determined and have to be considered?
  How do "Web 2.0" developments influence cooperative learning?
  What challenges occur concerning the hardware requirements on the users'
   and providers' sides?
  How helpful are special room concepts visualisation, or game-based
   learning scenarios?


Goals and objectives:
 The workshop proposed will bring together a broad audience from different
 fields, e.g. software developers, integration technology IT specialists,
 game designers and researchers from natural sciences and engineering as
 well as pedagogical oriented researchers, thus initialising an inter- and
 crossdisciplinary investigation of the matter.

 The results of the workshop will be published in the "New Media in
 education and Research Series" by Technische Universitšt Berlin, Germany
 (eds. Hendricks, Jeschke, Thomsen).


Participants:
 We encourage contributions from different backgrounds, especially CSCW/CSCL
 developers and practitioners, researchers and teachers of mathematics,
 natural sciences and engineering, developers of games and other types of
 virtual worlds.

 The workshop will be a half-day event (can be extended if needed) and will
 be open to a maximum of 10 participants. Presentations will be 10-15
 minutes in length for each presenter.


Agenda:    9:00 -  9:15  Introduction
    9:15 - 10:30  Presentations
   10:30 - 10:45  Coffee Break
   10:45 - 12:00  Presentations
   12:00 - 13:00  Discussions and Closure


Submissions:
 Short position papers (1-2 pages) should be submitted to
 cikic AT math.tu-berlin.de by June 29th 2007 (extended deadline).
 Acceptance notifications will be sent by July 9th 2007.


Important Dates:
 EXTENDED submission deadline:  June 29th 2007
 Notification of acceptance: July  9th 2007
 Workshop   September 25th 2007 (half-day, can be
                                                   extended if needed)


Organisers:
 The organisers of the workshop are highly engaged in research of
 cooperative knowledge spaces. In the ViCToR-Spaces project (Virtual
 Cooperation in Teaching and Research for Mathematics, Natural Sciences and
 Engineering) at TU Berlin they are currently developing a virtual knowledge
 space on top of the existing CSCW/CSCL platform CURE, developed at
 Fernuniversitšt Hagen. ViCToR-Spaces focus in particular on the
 service-oriented integration of remote experiments and virtual laboratories
 as well as implementing a room concept.


Since 2005, Sabina Jeschke has been associate professor for "New Media in
Mathematics and Natural Sciences" and director of the MuLF Center (Center
for "New Media in Education and Research") at Technische Universitšt
Berlin. Starting in 2001, her Berlin group has been a driving force behind
the development of multimedia technologies at the university, implementing
multimedia educational elements in the education of undergraduate students,
in particular for engineering students.

In May 2007, Prof. Dr. Sabina Jeschke has taken over a full professorship
for "Information Technology Services" at University of Stuttgart.
Additionally, she is acting as scientific and executive director (CEO) of
the "Center of Information Technologies" of University of Stuttgart.


Sabine Cikic holds a degree in Public and Private Environmental Management
from Freie Universitšt Berlin. She has been working on the management of
data about contaminated soils at the Office for the Environment of
Berlin-Kreuzberg and IUP Ingenieure GmbH. She recently completed her degree
in Geography, Geology, and Geophysics with a diploma thesis on Chinese
migrants and food in Paris. Since August 2005, Ms Cikic is a member of the
MuLF team.  Her research field is focussed on virtually spatial, interactive
and distributed scenarios in eLearning and eResearch.


Nadine Ludwig graduated from Technische Universitšt Ilmenau with a degree in
Computer Science in 2005. In her diploma thesis she described the
integration of remote laboratories in Learning Content Management Systems
via SCORM. Since May 2006 Ms Ludwig is a part of the MuLF Center at
Technische Universitšt Berlin as a research assistant. Currently she is
working on her PhD Thesis in the fields of eLearning and eResearch in
Cooperative Knowledge Spaces.


Uwe Sinha holds a degree in Computer Science from Technische Universitšt
Berlin. After graduation he worked for Berlin-based Ivistar AG where he
developed a web-based facility management system. In 2002 he joined the
MUMIE project at Technische Universitšt Berlin. In that project a
second-generation e-learning platform geared to mathematics was developed.
Currently Mr Sinha is a member of the MuLF team, working on his PhD thesis
with the research focus on computer-supported cooperative learning in
mathematics, natural sciences and engineering.

    ---------------------------------------------------------------
                To unsubscribe, send an empty email to
     mailto:[log in to unmask]
    For further details of CHI lists see http://sigchi.org/listserv
    ---------------------------------------------------------------

ATOM RSS1 RSS2