Barbara Kieslinger

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Social software is used widely in organizational knowledge management and professional learning. The PROLEARN network of excellence appreciates the trend of lowering the barriers between knowledge and learning management strategies for organizations and individuals. But, companies should not underestimate the needs for systematic support based on sound(More)
Corporate training increasingly takes place within the framework of a company’s strategic orientation. A holistic view of learning and training processes as well as a focus on a comprehensive management of corporate training (“training management”) emerges. The paper presents and analyses results from an international survey conducted by the EU-funded(More)
The architecture of the cerebellar model articulation controller (CMAC) presents a rigid compromise between learning and generalization. In the presence of a sparse training dataset, this limitation manifestly causes overfitting, a drawback that is not overcome by current training algorithms. This paper proposes a novel training framework founded on the(More)
iCamp is an EC-funded research project in the area of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) that aims to support collaboration and social networking across systems, countries and disciplines in higher education. The concept of an iCamp Space will build on existing interfaces and integrate shared community features. Interoperability amongst different open(More)
European higher education has started to successfully implement technology enhanced learning strategies. The level of uptake varies however substantially between institutions and countries. Regarding the technical solutions, a similarly heterogeneous picture can be drawn. Whereas the variety of commercially licensed and open source systems currently in use(More)
The paper addresses the main activities and findings of an EU based initiative for provision of interoperability of eLearning systems in the enlarged EU. The initiative is a project named iCamp1. The project is based on the current research results in several finished and on-going projects such as the Network of Excellence in Professional Learning -(More)
Public Employment Services (PES) in Europe are authorities that match supply and demand on the labor market. Rising unemployment in times of crisis and demographic change are amongst others main challenges that PES practitioners, as direct interface between jobseekers and employers, have to deal with. They have to support career adaptability of their(More)