Veronika Hornung-Prähauser

Veronika Hornung-Prähauser
Salzburg Research · Innovation Lab (iLab)

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Digital, data-based nudging is seen as an innovative method for influencing behaviour without threat or banning options. However, concerns have been expressed that it is a paternalistic way of manipulating people into behaviour that even taps into subconscious and automatic decision-making. In light of tailoring nudges with big data for personalisa...
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BACKGROUND Hiking is one of the most popular forms of exercise in the alpine region. However, besides all the health benefits, hiking is also the alpine activity with the highest incidence of cardiac events. Most incidents occur due to overexertion and/or underestimation of the physiological strain of hiking. OBJECTIVE The present project will est...
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Background: Hiking is one of the most popular forms of exercise in the alpine region. However, besides its health benefits, hiking is the alpine activity with the highest incidence of cardiac events. Most incidents occur due to overexertion or underestimation of the physiological strain of hiking. Objective: This project will establish a standar...
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This study investigates the perceived safety of passengers while being on board of a driverless shuttle without a steward present. The aim of the study is to draw conclusions on factors that influence and contribute to perceived safety of passengers in driverless shuttles. For this, four different test rides were conducted, representing aspects tha...
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Developing novel data-intensive products and services comes with a degree of unpredictability and invention risk. As domain understanding develops alongside data analytics capabilities, specialists from engineering, science, and industry have to cooperate, each with their own perspective on the product's design. In this highly complex and interdisc...
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In diesem Handbuch stellen wir Ihnen vor, wie Sie Mädchen und Jungen im Alter von 6 bis 16 Jahren befähigen können, mit Hilfe des DOIT Programms innovative konkrete Lösungen zu entwickeln und untereinander auszutauschen.
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This contribution deals with the challenge of promoting the awareness and use of new city innovations enabling a smart sustainable lifestyle. Nowadays there is a gap between smart city pragmatic users (early majority), because we are facing a special challenge in the phase of innovation scaling. The free use of city innovations that promote a susta...
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In this handbook, we present how you can empower girls and boys, 6 to 16 years old, to create and share innovative, concrete solutions using the DOIT learning approach. The aim of the DOIT learning approach is to empower girls and boys, 6 to 16 years old, to create and share innovative, concrete solutions. The DOIT learning approach has three impor...
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Digitalisierung und Besteuerung im Fokus Welche neuen Herausforderungen stellen die Digitalisierung und Automatisierung an das Steuerwesen und die Wirtschaftsprüfung? Inwieweit beeinflussen die neuen technologischen Entwicklungen die Arbeitsweise und das Tätigkeitsfeld der Steuerberater und Wirtschaftsprüfer? Dieses Werk gibt Ihnen nicht nur auf...
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Developing social innovation and entrepreneurship competences and skills of children and young people is on the agenda of European educational policy-makers. The European research and innovation project “DOIT – Entrepreneurial skills for young social innovators in an open digital world” suggests using makerspaces and tools, within schools and exter...
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Information and communication technologies, digital design and fabrication technologies are valued as driver for developing social innovations. This contribution addresses the question of how to stimulate social innovation skills in makerspace settings. The European H2020 project "DOIT Entrepreneurial skills for young social innovators in an open d...
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Open Educational Resources (OER) are regarded as one of the main digital social innovations (DSI) of the last centuries. OER is defined as open licenced learning content or software for learning and teaching, e.g. textbooks, courses, or learning management systems. Building on the authors' experiences in OER within the projects, this contribution d...
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Innovationsentwicklung und -management haben in den letzten Jahren mit den Innovations- und Kreativräumen viele neue Impulse bekommen. Solche Räume erlauben kreativ über mögliche Innovationen nachzudenken und konkret daran zu arbeiten. Auch das Internet der Dinge (engl. Internet of Things, kurz IoT) mit seinen neuen Technologien, z. B. Sensoren, Be...
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Open Educational Resources (OER) are regarded as one of the main digital social innovations (DSI) of the last centuries. OER is defined as open licenced learning content or software for learning and teaching, e.g., textbooks, courses, or learning management systems. Building on the authors' experiences in OER within the projects, this contribution...
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Zusammenfassung Anhand des FandE-Projektes „DIABGender“ stellt der Artikel eine Vorgehensweise vor, mit der es moglich ist, Genderwissen der Sozialwissenschaften fur die Informatik, konkret fur die Entwicklung einer Diabetes-Selbstmanagement- Applikation, verfugbar zu machen. Damit soll ein Beitrag geleistet werden, der Herausforderung einer Vermit...
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We are proposing a method (the "InnoLens approach") that enables companies to reach a profound understanding of their own mental models and assumptions in order to (i) deal more openly and creatively with (external) information and (ii) identify future potentials for innovations in a visualized and embodied way of concept mapping.
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Das konstruktivistische Lehr-/Lernkonzept des selbstorganisierten Lernens (SOL) erhält mit der heutigen bildungstechnologischen Welle, insbesondere dem partizipativen Internet, eine neue technologische Unterstützung. Internetbasierte multimediale Bildungstechnologien und Medien stehen für ein individualisiertes, an den Vorerfahrungen und Bedürfniss...
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This special issue is dedicated to new ways of self-organized learning and its technological support. More and more research in the field of technology-enhanced learning focuses not solely on learners within institutional settings but the topic of “crossing boundaries and contexts” has become something like a hidden agenda. This agenda is connected...
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Guest Editorial This special issue is dedicated to new ways of self-organized learning and its technological support. More and more research in the field of technology-enhanced learning focuses not solely on learners within institutional settings but the topic of “crossing boundaries and contexts” has become something like a hidden agenda. This age...
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This paper gives an insight into the MOSEP project, funded by the European Commission (Leonardo da Vinci Programme). The project focuses on the high dropout rates amongst young students (14-16) in the transition phase from middle to upper secondary school or into first vocational education. MOSEP addresses this problem by proposing to introduce the...
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The Open e-Learning Content Observatory Services (OLCOS) road mapping work was conducted to provide decision makers with an overview of current and likely future developments in Open Educational Resources (OER) and recommendations on how various challenges in OER could be addressed. The report covers the following areas: * Policies, institutional f...
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This presentation is concerned with Open Educational Resources and Practices, based on findings of the EU-project “Open eLearning Content Observatory Services” (OLCOS). We present the results of a study on the European OER landscape, which explores the possible pathways towards a higher level of production, sharing and usage of OER and provides an...
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While implementing Lifelong Learning strategies in Higher and Further Education, usually acknowledgement of prior knowledge of students and recognition of individual learning paths are regarded as the most important challenges. Although ICT enhanced learning slowly gains ground, the supportive role of open educational resources, in particular digit...
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While implementing Lifelong Learning strategies in Higher and Further Education, usually acknowledgement of prior knowledge of students and recognition of individual learning paths are regarded as the most important challenges. Although ICT enhanced learning slowly gains ground, the supportive role of open educational resources, in particular digit...
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The paper deals with the issue of further developing the concept of ePortfolios in terms of semantic interoperability. Social Software and Semantic Web Technologies may enrich the traditional concepts of ePortfolios. The purpose of this contribution is to summarize current research issues and to describe basic steps needed for a knowledge based man...
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This article deals with a special type of ePortfolio, the Learning and Per-sonal Development Planning Portfolio (PDP). It explores the technical challenges de-riving from pedagogical requirements of PDP processes and discusses how semantic web technologies can contribute to an integrated "ePortfolio-PDP System".
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education remains persistently low (Schwarze, 2005)1. Studies report high drop out rates among those who have entered an ICT education and once graduated, moving to a non- technical working field before having reached a management position is nothing out of the ordinary (Hanappi-Egger, 2004). Gender research has examined this phenomenon very carefu...
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This paper deals with the issue of how to assess the quality of online learning and teaching material. As evaluator for eLearning processes and products one is confronted with the fact that not only learners, but also learning facilitators (teacher/tutor) have a subjecetive perceiption of e- Learning quality. In this paper we present different qual...
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Kalz, M., Koper, R., Hornung-Prähauser, V., & Luckmann, M. (Eds.) (2008). Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Technology Support for Self-Organized Learners. June, 2-3, 2008, Salzburg, Austria: CEUR Workshop Proceedings, ISSN 1613-0073. Available at http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-349.

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The H2020 project and its 13 partners contribute to youth employment and to create new jobs in the social economy by nurturing in young pupils seeds for active social innovation: entrepreneurial mind-sets, knowhow and skills. The project empowers primary and secondary school pupils (6-16 years) alongside educators to apply open innovation methods, digital maker tools and collaboration skills to tackle societal problems. The DOIT children’s social innovation and entrepreneurship programme is piloted and evaluated across 10 European countries (AT, BE, DE, DK, ES, FI, HR, NL, RS und SI). DOIT showcases how its child-friendly, intergenerational maker approach enables young people to acquire the manual, technological, intellectual and social skills they need to be active and initiate social good. The project consortium comprises experienced actors across the social innovation value chain with links to related European initiatives fostering young entrepreneurship education. DOIT will provide materials (OER) and opportunities and aim to build a network of organisation to foster fentrepreneurial thinking in an early age, social innovation, intergenerational and multidisciplinary work - the foundation for Europe’s future entrepreneurs. (http://doit-europe.net, 10/2017-09/2020, H2020 -770063)