invited talk @ DLACIII workshop

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Mercedes

Between June 18 and June 21, I attended International Workshop on Distributed Learning and Collaboration (DLAC): Participation and personalization: The main factors of social software hosted by one of the Leibniz Insititutes: Knowledge Media Research Center in Tübingen, Germany, a very nice and historic university town with a very good climate and atmosphere. The workshop brought together experts from various research fields related to social (web) software such as sociology, cognitive sciences, learning sciences, learning technology, and computer science. I also gave an invited talk on Personalization and User Modelling for Distributed Learning and Collaboration in Professional Context where I summarized my research on personalized access to learning networks as well as personalized learning design. I also sketched various research challanges IWIS group deal with in 2 new EU research projects KIWI and idSpace such as personalized support in knowledge management and learning in software development and creativity. Besides other things, we have visited a nearby Daimler Benz museum in Stuttgart. I wish I had a car like the one at the picture :)