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Grand Challenges in Technology-Enhanced Learning

Research challenges have helped to drive innovation beyond limits for a long time. Other than mere technology prizes, the STELLAR Grand Challenges deal with problems at the interface of social and technical sciences. They pose problems that can be solved only in interdisciplinary collaboration. History has shown us that focused campaigns in research and development can spark and coordinate global innovation. Browse below the challenges set (or click here to download the synoptic report) — join this TEL community of practice and render a STELLAR vision reality!

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  • Alexander Mikroyannidis

    Deadline for Applications December 8th 2014. See for more details and application form Declared by Harvard Business Review as the “sexiest job of the 21st century”, data science skills are becoming a key asset to maintain European competitiveness in a global market. Data scientists are, however, a rare breed, e.g. well-known McKinsey study estimated already in 2011 that the United States will soon require 60 percent more graduates able to...

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  • Fridolin Wild

    Quantifying reflection from fridolin.wild...

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  • Thomas Ullmann

    Dr. Ben Betts, Chief Executive Officerhttp://LearningLocker.net2pm, March 12th - KMi Podium, Berrill Level 4In this session I will talk about the ADL's Experience API (xAPI) specification and howit applies to learning technology. The proliferation of personal data,coupled with the increasing variety of online learning tools and thedemand for a more scientific approach to learning and performancerepresent a real opportunity for innovation. I'm backing the ExperienceAPI (xAPI for short) to help us...

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  • Thomas Ullmann

    KMi ran the first MOOC Analytics workshop for the Future Learning Academic Network, the research network around the OU's FutureLearn platform. Participants from universities across the UK, plus remote participants from New Zealand and Australia, joined a very stimulating event, hosted at the state of the art Digital Humanities Hub, European Research Institute at Birmingham University. Read more at: