FROM SURFACE TO MEANINGFUL COLLABORATION : AN ACTIVITY-THEORY PERSPECTIVE
The present paper follows up earlier research about the implementation of case discussions online which has shown the need for more procedural guidance to avoid shallow case discussion. The limited…
Contextual e-learning evaluation: A preliminary framework
This paper illustrates the importance of context by means of a qualitative comparison of two e-learning prototype implementations--an action research case undertaken in conjunction with a major German insurance company; and a more experimental approach undertaken during an undergraduate university course, where a variety of learning strategies were tested.
An Empirically Informed Taxonomy for the Maker Movement
- C. Voigt, C. Montero, Massimo Menichinelli
- EconomicsInternational Conference on Internet Science
- 12 September 2016
A multidisciplinary analysis of communications and online behaviors related to the Maker community in order to develop a taxonomy informed by current practices and ongoing discussions is suggested.
Thinking Aloud: Dynamic Context Generation Improves Zero-Shot Reasoning Performance of GPT-2
Thinking aloud is an effective meta-cognitive strategy human reasoners apply to solve difficult problems. We suggest to improve the reasoning ability of pre-trained neural language models in a…
Innovation management in schools: Barriers and enablers to making as educative practice
This paper explores the use of maker technologies as activities embedded in a wider educational ecosystem. Innovations are generally described as the exploitation of new ideas; hence novel…
Not Every Remix is an Innovation: A Network Perspective on the 3D-Printing Community
- C. Voigt
- EconomicsWeb Science Conference
- 15 May 2018
It is shown that the remixing of existing 3d models is substantially influenced by bots, customizers and self-referential designs, and it is concluded that remixing patterns cannot be taken as direct indicators of innovative behavior on sharing platforms.
The Maker Movement and the Disruption of the Producer-Consumer Relation
- E. Unterfrauner, C. Voigt, M. Schrammel, Massimo Menichinelli
- BusinessINSCI Workshops
- 22 November 2017
The paper analyses how the Maker movement is contributing to a change in production, logistics and supply chains and how it changes the relationship between producer and consumer.
Is the Maker Movement Contributing to Sustainability?
- J. Millard, Marie Nicole Sorivelle, Sarah Deljanin, E. Unterfrauner, C. Voigt
- 28 June 2018
ICT has already revolutionized content creation and communications. In principle, today, everybody with Internet access, the right skills and equipment can produce digital content composed of virtual…
Social innovations within makerspace settings for early entrepreneurial education - The DOIT project
Makers’ ambitions to do socially valuable things
Abstract: Neil Gershenfeld called the Maker movement the next digital revolution as it placed the means of fabrication on people's desks. This paper looks at makers' ambition to do socially valuable…