Wolfgang Greller

Wolfgang Greller
Pädagogische Hochschule Wien

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Introduction
Wolfgang Greller currently works at Pädagogische Hochschule Wien. Wolfgang does research in Educational Technology. Their current project is "Learning Analytics in primary, secondary and higher education"'.
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October 2007 - October 2013
Open Universiteit Nederland
Position
  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (54)
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Lay Description What is already known about this topic? Learning design (LD) is the pedagogic process used in teaching/learning that leads to the creation and sequencing of learning activities and the environment in which it occurs. Learning analytics (LA) is the measurement, collection, analysis & reporting of data about learners and their contex...
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Freshmen in Higher Education are required to exhibit a strong inclination to taking ownership of their own learning. It entails well-developed self-regulated learning competences. This demand is further exacerbated in purely online settings such as open distant learning, MOOCs, or disruptive circumstances like the COVID pandemic. Time management sk...
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The presence of plants in learning spaces can substantially improve well-being among students and teachers. Plants can positively influence environmental parameters such as air quality, temperature, or reverberation, but they also have an impact on parameters such as concentration, collaboration, and learning performance. This study aims to use pla...
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Purpose The University of Mauritius (UoM) established as a traditional face-to-face university has been engaged in distance education since 1993 and in e-learning since 2001 to establish itself as a dual-mode institution. In a context where it has engaged itself to promote its internationalization of online courses and a digital learning transforma...
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According to recent studies, the social interactions of users such as sharing, rating, and reviewing can improve the value of digital learning objects and resources on the web. Linked data techniques, on the other hand, make different kinds of data available and reusable for other applications on the web. Exposing (meta)data, especially with a comp...
Technical Report
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Research report on a personalised competence framework for learning analytics in the context of self-regulated learning. This was produced as part of the European SLIDEshow project (slideshow-project.eu). The framework is based on the European Qualifications Framework EQF.
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tMAIL [Teacher Mobile Application for Innovative Learning] developed and tested a mobile application and online platforms supporting policy, teacher education, and primary school teachers in implementing classroom practices that stimulate students’ self-regulated learning (SRL). The tMAIL theoretical framework explains the underlying principles, ro...
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Educational institutions are designing, creating and evaluating courses to optimize learning outcomes for highly diverse student populations. Yet, most of the delivery is still monitored retrospectively with summative evaluation forms. Therefore, improvements to the course design are only implemented at the very end of a course, thus missing to ben...
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Many higher education institutions today offer online delivery as an alternative or addition to provide more flexibility to learners. However, students being confronted with such services come with different expectations to what that means to their learning paths and behaviours. Learning Analytics is a rather new and innovative way of making studen...
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The widespread adoption of Learning Analytics (LA) and Educational Data Mining (EDM) has somewhat stagnated recently, and in some prominent cases even been reversed following concerns by governments, stakeholders and civil rights groups about privacy and ethics applied to the handling of personal data. In this ongoing discussion, fears and realitie...
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Modern technologies facilitate new forms of learning. Technology-enhanced language learning (TELL) has seen dramatic changes in the facilitation of self-directed learning opportunities, but also in enhancing the learning experience in classroom-based formal language learning. In our study, we investigate the potential of new technologies and want t...
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This article presents three case studies of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) based in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, all of whom are involved in the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) market. In particular, it documents the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for remotely based companies involved in ICT w...
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Much has been written lately about the potential of Learning Analytics for improving learning and teaching. Nevertheless, most of the contributions to date are concentrating on the abstract theoretical or algorithmic level, or, deal with academic efficiencies like teachers’ grading habits. This paper wants to focus on the value that Learning Analyt...
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Several standard metadata notations exist for content items (e.g., IEEE LOM) or persons (e.g., HR–XML). Additionally, a number of classes of metadata such as competence metadata, social metadata, etc. exist in ranges from strict vocabularies to folksonomies. For social metadata, however, several diverse schemata have been proposed, but no commonly...
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With the increase in available educational data, it is expected that Learning Analytics will become a powerful means to inform and support learners, teachers and their institutions in better understanding and predicting personal learning needs and performance. However, the processes and requirements behind the beneficial application of Learning and...
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General awareness and availability of Open educational resources (OER) have increased
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The main objective of the 1st International Workshop on Learning Analytics and Linked Data (#LALD2012) is to connect the research efforts on Linked Data and Learning Analytics in order to create visionary ideas and foster synergies between the two young research fields. Therefore, the workshop will collect, explore, and present datasets, technologi...
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With the increase in available educational data, it is expected that Learning Analytics will become a powerful means to inform and support learners, teachers and their institutions in better understanding and predicting personal learning needs and performance. However, the processes and requirements behind the beneficial application of Learning and...
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Professional Development is ill served by traditional ways of learning. It can profit from a Learning Networks approach, which emphasizes logistic, content and didactic flexibility. Learning Networks are online, social networks that have been de-signed and tooled to foster informal learning. Three European projects are discussed – idSpace, LTfLL, H...
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While there is currently much buzz about the new field of learning analytics and the potential it holds for benefiting teaching and learning, there is also much uncertainty and hesitation, even extending to skepticism. A clear common understanding and vision for the domain has not formed yet among the educator community. A survey among educational...
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Drachsler, H., Kicken, W., Greller, W. (2012). Personal Perspectives on Learning Networks. In Sloep, P., Van de Klink (Eds.) Learning Networks – A Handbook for Practitioners. Berlin: Springer.
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This document builds on a number of previous deliverables, notably D2.2.1 (Initial Competence Service Library), D2.3 (Integrated OpenScout Taxonomy), and D2.1 (Analysis Report on Competence Services). It extends these previous reports by describing the design and development processes and implementation that led to the creation of new and improved...
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Casey, J., Greller, W., Davies, H., Follows, C., Turner, N., & Webb-­Ingall, E. (2011, 27-30 September). Open Spaces for Arts Education - The ALTO Ecosystem Model. Paper presentation of "Future Learning Spaces", at the 7th annual Designs on E-learning 2011 (DeoL) conference, Helsinki, Finland.
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Greller, W. (2011, 14 December). Entwicklungskonzept für die PH-OÖ. Presentation to the Board of Governours at the PH Oberösterreich, Austria.
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Greller, W. (2011, 16 June). E-Learning in Learning, Teaching, Work and Knowledge Processes. Presentation at the FH Hagenberg, Austria.
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Greller, W. (2011, 7 October). Blended Learning und institutionelle Veränderung. Presentation at the FH Kärnten, Villach, Austria.
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Greller, W. (2011, May). OERs and the University - Institutional Aspects of Openness. Keynote presentation at the OER expert meeting in Graz, Austria.
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While there is currently much buzz about the new field of learning analytics [19] and the potential it holds for benefiting teaching and learning, the impression one currently gets is that there is also much uncertainty and hesitation, even extending to scepticism. A clear common understanding and vision for the domain has not yet formed among the...
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Specht, M., Ternier, S., & Greller, W. (2011). Dimensions of Mobile Augmented Reality for Learning: A First Inventory. Journal of the Research for Educational Technology (RCET), 7(1), 117-127. Spring 2011.
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In de hoofdstukken 4, 5 en 6 is op verschillende manieren ingegaan op het ontwerpen van leernetwerken, van het inventariseren van gebruikerswensen tot het maken van een functioneel en technisch ontwerp. In die hoofdstukken is al regelmatig aan de orde geweest dat er twee perspectieven zijn om naar leernetwerken te kijken, vanuit de belangen van de...
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Presenting the LTfLL toolset which uses language technologies like LSA and NLP to support teachers and learners in their tasks.
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The aim of this book, as described in the introduction, is to help people to further develop their professional competences during their careers by using the innovative powers of new media, mobile devices, and modern Internet services. This is related to the question of how to become and stay employable as a professional, given the permanently chan...
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Greller, W., Kew, C., Kravcik, M., Krekels, B., Hernández-Leo, D., & Stefanov, K. (2008). Quickstart Guides for TENCompetence Tools.
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This chapter looks at the possible uses of visual forms of instructional design (ID) languages as possible 'change agents' for design practice in the public post-secondary education sector. A lot of work is being done in the technical realm of the standardization and interoperability for educational modeling languages (EMLs), but this is largely re...
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This chapter looks at the possible uses of visual forms of Instructional Design (ID) languages as possible ‘change agents’ for design practice in the public post-secondary education sector. A lot of work is being done in the technical realm of the standardisation and interoperability for Educational Modelling Languages (EMLs), but this is largely r...
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Commentary on: Chapter 15: How to Integrate Learning Design into Existing Practice. (Janssen & Hermans, 2005) Abstract: Taking IMS Learning Design (LD) beyond the domain of researchers and programmers, this short paper looks at some of the challenges of mainstreaming it within institutional strategies, processes, and cultures. The experiences of em...
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This paper examines the potential for using learning objects and Learning Design as vehicles for staff development in UK Higher Education (HE). To support this approach we propose using Ramsden's (1991) three theoretical models of teaching in HE to provide a conceptual framework to situate these technologies in. We observe that the introduction of...
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Wolfgang Greller and Mary MacKay examine the weaknesses, strengths, adaptability and sustainability of ICT-related companies in the highlands and the western isles of Scotland, among the most remote and sparsely populated regions on the periphery of western Europe. It is envisaged that, as the information economy expands, rural and regional areas w...
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The presentation describes the objectives and achievements of the idspace project and presented the integration of CSCL strategies into ideation processes.
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Sloep, P. B., Berlanga, A. J., Greller, W., Stoyanov, S., Retalis, S., Van der Klink, M. et al. (2011). Educational Innovation with Learning Networks: some pertinent tools and developments. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, Quality of Teaching and Reforming Education: Learning Technologies, Quality...
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Casey, J., Calverley, G., Greller, W., & Uhomoibhi, J. (2010, 26-28 May). e-Portfolios for Learning and Development: without constant internet or electrical grid access. Presentation at the 5th International Conference on ICT for Development, Education, and Training - eLearning Africa, Lusaka, Zambia, Africa.
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Background Technology-enhanced learning (TEL) becomes ever more pervasive in the world of education. Technologies of many kinds enter the learning and teaching arena and challenge students from before primary age to retirement and beyond. Everyday teaching and learning has been enhanced with a diversity of technologies that allow the harvesting of...
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Open cultural collections and open educational resources face many similar challenges and occupy the same problem space in terms of user needs and technical requirements. To meet these needs in a sustainable and scalable way a simple shared technical architecture is proposed that moves away from the narrow focus on technical concerns of current rep...
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This study reviewed international examples of good practice in service provision to remote and rural areas. The review examined best practice case studies from Europe, North America and Australia, and described a number of examples of best practice which may be transferable to remote and rural areas of Scotland. The research showed that best practi...

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