The Research Group "CSLEARN - Educational Technologies" pursues interdisciplinary research combining methods and theories from Education, Learning and Social Sciences, Human-Centered Computing, Learning Analytics as well as Machine Learning. The group investigates open problems in Computing/Informatics Education and Education in general particularly related to the digital and social transformation of education while aiming to create sustainable technology-enhanced solutions. Amongst multiple research engagements, one line of teaching and research activities within the group is specifically dedicated to pre-service teacher education in Computing/Informatics (Lehramt Informatik).

Currently, the research group consists of two working groups:

Team of research group CSLEARN

Publications of research group COSY

Projects of research group CSLEARN
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Honorable Mention auf der CHI2021 für Simone Kriglstein

Simone Kriglstein wurde als Mitautorin des Papers "What Players Want: Information Needs of Players on Post-Game Visualizations" mit einer Honorable Mention der renomierten...

Job Offers: PraeDoc and PostDoc Positions

Our group is currently advertising two new positions. Apply now!

"Ich kann Studierenden nur sagen: 'Habt keine Angst!'" - Vizedekanin Renate Motschnig, Expert*innen, Jobeinsteiger*innen und Studierende diskutierten beim Uniport-JobTalk den...

Im Interview mit Zero Outage Industry Standard (ZOIS) spricht Prof. Renate Motschnig über erste Erkenntnisse aus dem gemeinsamen Projekt: "Soft-Skills for IT-People".

Der Faktor Mensch in der Zero-Outage Kultur

Prof. Renate Motschnig und Dr. David Haselberger im Kamingespräch mit Vertretern von Hitachi Data Systems und NetApp. Gespräch im Report-Magazin nachlesen

"Programmierknecht werden reicht nicht"

ao. Univ.-Prof. Renate Motschnig was interviewed for the Austrian newspaper Der Standard on the topic apprenticeship in coding. Read the whole article here (in German).

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