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For the academic year 2021-2022, we offer the Master-level course “Intelligent Learning Environments” that will cover topics on intelligent tutoring systems, interactive and technology-enhanced learning and teaching environments and online learning platforms. We also offer Praxis projects and Research Seminars on topics related to Learning Informatics, Educational Technologies, and AIED. Additionally, we offer research projects for Bachelor and Master theses for the study programs of Computer Science (Angewandte Informatik) and KOMEDIA.

Our aim is to support students in acquiring skills for the 21st-century learner, such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and data literacy. At the same time, we encourage students to learn from and with each other in a social arena following project-based learning approaches. Overall, we envision bridging the gap between theory and practice with respect to teaching and to engage learners in modern, technology-enhanced learning activities as a means for preparing modern citizens for their future endeavors.

Summersemester 2021-2022

For the summer semester (SoSe) 2021-2022, we offer the following courses and projects:

  • "Intelligent Learning Environments" (Wahlkatalog: „Informatik für den Anwendungsbereich -Interaktive und Kooperative Systeme", LSF link).
  • Praxisprojekt "How did participants like my hackathon? A benchmarking tool" (LSF Link)

Wintersemester 2021-2022

For the winter semester (WiSe) 2021-2022, we offer the following courses:

  • Praxisproject: "Analysis of participants interactions in a Hackathon context: the example of a Slack corpus" (Bachelor/Master of Angewandte Informatik and KOMEDIA, English language, LSF Link).
  • Research Seminar: "Hackathons and Maker-spaces as a blueprint for re-inventing Project-based Learning" (Master of Angewandte Informatik and KOMEDIA, English language, LSF Link)

Research Projects (Theses Topics)

If you are interested in one of the topics below or would like to discuss an idea of your own, please contact Prof. Dr. Irene-Angelica Chounta via email. 

Topics for Bachelor Theses

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Topics for Master Theses

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