“Let’s embrace computational thinking and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as powerful learning accelerators, advance them, and open them up for ever more people and wiser action.”

Our mission is to support learning ideas, concepts, techniques, and a broad range of interdisciplinary applications of computer science in a way that is engaging, inspirational, and formative for all actors involved in the learning process.

Our current key areas of research and interest include:

  • Increasing engagement, effectiveness, and motivation to learn
  • ICT for inclusion
  • contemporary themes such as leaning analytics & statistical methods for evaluating learning, 3-D printing as emerging technology and communication in agile management and diverse teams

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Team of research group CSLEARN

Publications of research group COSY

Projects of research group CSLEARN
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"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).

Gerhart-Bruckmann-Preis 2017

ao. Univ.-Prof. i.R. Dr. Erich Neuwirth erhält den Gerhart-Bruckmann-Preis der Österreichischen Statistischen Gesellschaft. Die Fakultät gratuliert!

UNIVIE Teaching Award 2016

Die Fakultät gratuliert Prof. Möller, ao. Prof. Motschnig, Svenja Schröder und Dr. Sedlmair zur Auszeichnung ihrer LV "Human-Computer-Interaction und Psychologie" mit dem...

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