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Research Project JILL

 

Just In time Learning pills for agile Learning environment at work

Project - partners:

Anova IT Consulting, S.L.
Enrique Piñero, www.anovagroup.es

Research Studios Austria FG
Gregor Cholewa, www.researchstudio.at

 

The research project JILL is a market-oriented R&D project which will prototype a software system for agile learning work environment. It integrates in a novel way learning with content and competency management. JILL builds on Learning Objects (self-contained, metadata tagged, reusable elearning units) and it uses MicroLearning approach (learning with small units and many repetitions) to successfully integrate small learning steps into the everyday work flow of employees just-in-time and right at their working desks. JILL will make learning at work personalized, context-aware and "just in time".

Research Project Jill

 

Research Project SMELL

Project - partners:

Anova IT Consulting, S. L.                                                                        
Enrique Piñero, www.anovagroup.es

Research Studios Austria FG                                                                                           
Gregor Cholewa, www.researchstudio.at

EvoPark
Cristian Solderer, www.evopark.com

Syncurator GmbH
Daniela Struger, www.syncurator.com

The market-oriented R&D project SMELL will prototype a collaborative eLearning software system, adjusted to the needs of mobile and nomadic workers, primarily targeted at SMEs. SMELL will successfully incorporate small learning steps into everyday duties of employees right at their working (portable) desks. It will integrate with workflow management systems and use new generation mobile devices to make learning at work personalized, context-aware and task-related.

Research Project SMELL

 

Research Project At: MicroLearn

Project - partners:

Research Studio MINE,

Mobile KnowledgeLab

Gregor Cholewa, www.researchstudio.at

 

The proposed project AT: MicroLearn is designed to use ICT in Austria for the broadest possible public knowledge-build up by using the established MicroLearning approach, the market-introduced KnowledgePulse Client Server Solution and the cooperation with the public broadcasting Organisations (or alternatively leading newspapers) to move Austria from
Info-Society to a true Knowledge Society. Not only private businesses and authorities should profit from MicroLearning, but the public at large.