From the 19th – 21st of June, the AFEL consortium meeting took place at the Know-Center in Graz, Austria. On the 21st of June the AFEL Advisory Board Meeting took place with Graham Attwell (Director of Pontydysgu), Peter Brusilovsky (Prof. at University of Pittsburg), Claudia Hauff (Ass.-Prof. at TU Delft), and Denis Parra Santander (Ass.-Prof…. Read more »
It is a pleasure to invite you to the following two talks: Prof. Peter Brusilovsky, Computer Science Department: „Open Social Student Modeling“ and Prof. Denis Parra Santander, Computer Science Department, School of Engineering: „The Millenium Institute for Foundational Research on Data and the Agenda for Studying Explainable Machine Learning“ Abstract: In this talk, Prof. Parra will introduce the… Read more »
On 27 May, the AFEL team together with some long-standing collaborators organised the 7th edition of the Linked Learning workshop series, namely LILE2018 – Learning and Education with Web Data. Having undergone a significant evolution throughout the past years, the scope of LILE2018 followed a highly interdisciplinary approach which provided equal space for technical as… Read more »
Stefan Thalmann introduced AFEL in the context of the “Workshop on Digital transformation of Small and Medium Enterprises” @ University of Minho in Guimarães, Portugal. Within the workshop it was discussed how AFEL could support SME in coping with the challenges of digitization by fostering informal learning at the workplace.
We are very pleased to say that we have now released the Call for Papers for the AFEL 2018 Workshop that is co-located with the EC-TEL. The deadline for submissions is the 23st June. For further information, please have a look at the call for papers or visit our AFEL 2018 Workshop website
Between May 2 and May 16, 80 participants got the opportunity to try out the AFEL learning app at the IWM in Tuebingen. Most of the participants were students at Tuebingen University. The study was supervised by AFEL members Peter Holtz, Seren Yenikent, and Joachim Kimmerle. The participants first got the opportunity to learn something… Read more »