STELLARnet Podcasts list

This page lists all the podcasts in the STELLARnet system. Additionally visit the STELLARnet Podcasts group on the TEL Europe website.

  • Podcast imageRoundtable discussion on Game Enhanced Learning
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    Maria Popescu (MAN) Kristian Kiili (TUT) and Mireia Usart (ESADE) discuss emerging research themes in games and education, introducing some cutting-edge initiatives. A podcast produced by the GEL Theme Team.
  • Podcast imageSara de Freitas speaks on Game Enhanced Learning (GEL)
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    Sara de Freitas of Coventry University’s Serious Games Institute gives her vision of Serious Games and Game-Based Learning. Find out about Sara’s latest activities and the future directions she sees in the games field. A podcast produced by the GEL Theme Team.
  • Podcast imagePLEShare - share your learning experience
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    This mediacast demonstrates selected aspects of the EU project ROLE, namely learner-driven PLE design and the vision of sharing and consuming PLE practices within learning communities.
  • Podcast imageTEL Opera
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    A musical entertainment in the form of an opera summary, loosely based on the myth of Faust. The 4 french artists from Kazoosbelli (contact@kazoosbelli.com) created an opus named “The Damnation of Sauft”. The thematic scope of each of the 8 workshops from the Alpine rendez-Vous 2011 part of the thematic content was integrated in the opera.
  • Podcast image3' on TEL
    44 tracks
    iTunes
    3 minute short interviews on Technology-Enhance Learning, by Daniel Burgos at EC-TEL'10 in Barcelona.
  • Podcast imageTEL.strategy
    9 tracks
    iTunes
    Interviews with thought leaders in technology-enhanced learning on strategy.
  • Podcast imageModest computing: Technologies for classroom orchestration
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    Prof. Dr. Pierre Dillenbourg, full professor in the school of computer science and director of CRAFT, the teacher service unit, gives a talk on technologies for classroom orchestration at the University of Munich (LMU). He introduces devices developed by his lab and shares some videos.
  • Podcast imageMUP/PLE Lecture Series
    17 tracks
    iTunes
    This lecture series about Personal Learning Environments brings together a wide range of international experts from the field. The lecture series was recorded at the Podium of the Knowledge Media Institute of the Open University, UK.
  • Podcast imageTELEARC PhD Awardee
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    Yishay Mor who won the PhD Award by TELEARC presents his work at the STELLAR Alpine Rendez-Vous 2011 in La Clusaz, France. Yishay proposes a Framework for a Design Science of Technology Enhanced Education. The slides for the talk can be found here: http://www.yishaymor.org/talks/arv11
  • Podcast imageInterview with Dr. Stefanie Lindstaedt (Mirror scientific coordinator)
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    The overall objective of MIRROR is to empower and engage employees to reflect on past work performances and personal learning experiences in order to learn in “real-time” and to creatively solve pressing problems immediately. MIRROR shall help employees to increase their level and breadth of experience significantly within short time by capturing experiences of others. A prerequisite for exploring innovative solutions in this context is to rely on human ability to efficiently and effectively learn directly from tacit knowledge – without the need for making it explicit. http://www.mirror-project.eu/
  • Podcast imageInterview with Dr. Ralf Klamma - Responsive Open Learning Environments
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    PD Dr. Ralf Klamma talks about the challenges and objectives of the Role project. ROLE offers adaptivity and personalization. Through ROLE learning environment elements can be combined to generate (to mashup) new components and functionalities, which can be adapted by lone learners or collaborating learners to meet their own needs and to enhance the effectiveness of their learning.
  • Podcast image'Urban Legends in Education: What does the research say' by Paul Kirschner
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    Prof. Dr. Paul Kirschner, chair of the Learning & Cognition Programme at CELSTEC, a research institute of the Open Universiteit, gives a talk on urban legends in education at the University of Munich (LMU) and discusses his view with the audience. Introduction by Prof. Dr. Frank Fischer.
  • Podcast imageInterview with Karl Steffens
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    Donatella Persico of ITD-CNR interviews Karl Steffens, of Cologne University, leader of the Theme Team SRLinTELEs (Self-Regulated Learning in Technology Enhanced Learning Environments) funded by the STELLAR network of excellence.
  • Podcast imageDistributed Intelligence: Extending the Power of the Unaided, Individual Human Mind
    2 tracks
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    Gerhard Fischer giving a talk at LMU Munich in the scope of the Munich Center of the Learning Sciences on Distributed Intelligence - available as videocast and audiocast
  • Podcast imageWeb History Repository
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    For the improvement and evaluation of personal history management concepts and tools, the Web History Repository Project aims to build a public repository of web usage data, which researchers can use to gain new insights in online browsing behavior. In this podcast, Erik Duval talks with the initiator of the project, Eelco Herder. Topics include the relation between learning and personal information management; strategies to attract volunteers using social networks; privacy issues to take care of; the datatel initiative.
  • Podcast imageTERENCE: Adaptive Learning System for Reasoning on Stories with Poor Comprehenders and their Educators
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    Ivana Marenzi interviews Rosella Gennari, the general scientific manager of the TERENCE project (http://terenceproject.eu). Nowadays, more and more young children ranging from the age of 7 to 11, turn out to be poor (text) comprehenders: they show text comprehension difficulties, related to inference-making skills, despite proficiency in word decoding and other low-level cognitive skills. Few adaptive learning systems consider specific inference-making interventions that are pivotal in text comprehension, but such systems are designed for high-school children or university-level students, and with textbooks as reading material but not for young pupils with special needs. TERENCE is a new 3-years European project which aims at offering innovative usability and evaluation guidelines, and delivering an intelligent adaptive learning system that can be used to custom-tailor such interventions in an adaptive fashion to (hearing and deaf) poor comprehenders.
  • Podcast imageUlrike Lucke, speaker SIG e-learning of the German Society of Informatics GI e.V.
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    Fridolin Wild interviews the speaker of the special interest group e-learning of the German Society of Informatics GI e.V. on the group, the grand challenges being elaborated, and her personal research perspective.
  • Podcast imagee-teaching.org Podcast 2009
    6 tracks
    iTunes
    This an an e-teaching.org podcast with experts from TEL.
  • Podcast imageVania Dimitrova on ECTEL 2010
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    The 5th Intl. Conf on Technology-Enhanced Learning, ECTEL 2010, will take place in Barcelona, Spain, from September 28 till October 1 2010. In this podcast, general chair Vania Dimitrova talks about what you can expect at ECTEL 2010 and how this relates to her own research work and the new EU STREP project ImREAL.
  • Podcast imageNeuroscience and TEL
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    Dr Paul Howard-Jones,leader of the STELLAR Theme Team NTEL (Neuroscience and TEL), answers some questions regarding the added value that Neuroscience can offer to TEL research (and vice-versa). The key idea emerging from this interview is that establishing a link between the two research fields of Neuroscience and TEL can contribute both to improve mainstream education and to enhance the learning possibilities of students with special needs (learning difficulties and other types of disabilities). During the interview the most relevant investigation techniques adopted by neuroscientists are illustrated and their actual use in educational contexts is discussed. The hot issue of “Neuromyths” is also introduced: a definition of the word is provided and some of the most common neuromyths related to the TEL field are discussed.
  • Podcast imageWays of conducting Social Network Analysis at the Alpine Rendez-Vous
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    Kris Lund (CNRS), the local organiser of the STELLAR Alpine Rendez-Vous 2011 and Julia Eberle (LMU) discuss ways of conducting Social Network Analysis at the event. Julia has collected network data during the STELLAR Alpine Rendez-Vous 2009 and shares some experiences while Kris introduces a new method. Lena Hofmann (LMU) has been part of the organising team of the Alpine Rendez-Vous 2009 and moderates the discussion.
  • Podcast imagePeter Brusilovsky on Adaptive Learning Systems
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    An interview with Peter on adaptive systems and how they can be applied in learning.
  • Podcast imageJTEL summer school '09
    6 tracks
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    A random selection of participant voices from the summer school 2009 provide a bit of an insight into the spirit of the event. Early career researchers have met in this doctoral school to catch a grip on new developments and intensively collaborate along this much too short week.
  • Podcast imageSTELLAR interviews TEL stars
    11 tracks
    iTunes
    The STELLAR TEL stars interview series aims to provide insights from Technology Enhanced Learning visionaries, learning executives, policy makers, and specialists in eLearning and related disciplines. The STELLAR Network of Excellence in Technology Enhanced Learning is seeking to open a strategic conversation about the Grand Challenge for TEL.
  • Podcast imageWorkshop: Science 2.0 (2009)
    7 tracks
    iTunes
    In Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL), the use of web2.0 technologies is now actively being researched, under banners such as "Personal Learning Environments" or "Open Learning Environments" and the like. In this workshop, we discussed how we can leverage the same opportunities for our research on TEL. Indeed, as researchers in Technology Enhanced Learning we already know how to include things like blogs, wikis, and forums into the heart of our work to enhance collaborative working, but a full "Science 2.0" framework might provide us with a much more powerful framework to make our research more effective. The workshop took place in the context of the 4th European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning and brought together those who want to turn a vision of the e-scholar and e-scientist of the 21st Century into reality in our own domain of TEL.

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