Prof. Dr. Daniel Bodemer holds the chair on Research Methods in Psychology – Media-Based Knowledge Construction since 2012. His research interests and projects comprise and connect analyzing and guiding processes of collaborative learning (e.g., cognitive group awareness tools), multimedia learning (e.g., multiple and interactive representations), and self-regulated learning (including social metacognition).
He is a Co-PI of the current DFG-Research Training Group on “User-Centred Social Media” and has received further research funding from various organizations. Moreover, he has been a member of several interdisciplinary research programs such as the American-German Research Exchange Programs “in the Field of Technology-Supported Education” funded by NSF and DFG.
Before he moved to Duisburg in 2012, he has been Assistant Professor at the University of Tübingen, associated to the Leibniz-Knowledge Media Research Center. He received his Ph.D. at the University of Freiburg after participating in the first virtual Ph.D. program "Knowledge Acquisition and Knowledge Exchange with New Media".
Selected projects and publications