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  • Towards open data on how the research data are used: CRIS-CERIF based approach

    Delivered at the CRIS2014 Conference in Rome; published in Procedia Computer Science 33 (Jul 2014). Contains conference paper (5 pages) and presentation (16 slides). Developers of research information systems recently recognized new ambition goals: collecting, processing and making publicly available the data on how scientists use research data to produce new scientific knowledge. The CRIS approach and CERIF data model can be very useful to respond on this challenge. In the paper we dis...

    Research Information and Strategic Decision Making

    Presented at the CRIS2002 Conference in Kassel.-- 1 page. Research management is popularly described as being like herding cats. Researchers themselves show no instinctive desire to be managed, rather the opposite, and the process of managing creativity is notoriously problematic. However, decisions that directly impact on research have to be made at many levels, from the multi-national all the way down to the personal. The process by which such decisions are made is, however loosely inter...

    Ad–hoc Workflows for Higher Education

    It is commonplace in higher education institutions, for a large number of informal business processes to be handled through e–mail. However, e–mail fails to properly support traceability, and it fosters artifact duplication. This paper introduces GEARS: a solution to the e–mail overuse phenomenon. GEARS is a new approach to ad–hoc workflow systems that focuses on keeping the simplicity of the e–mail user experience while implementing a participation–driven process execution.

    Online game-enhanced teaching in game theory

    Introducing digital educational games into class lessons can generate engagement, interactivity, and motivation. It can also result in an active participation of the students in the classroom. To achieve this goal, one teaching strategy is to use online digital games in teaching and learning situations. In our case, we wanted to test this strategy in an economics course, especially in a Game Theory lesson. We set up an experiment in two different lessons: the “Economie expérimentale” (...

    Technology supported assessment and feedback: tackling the issues of pedagogy, process and people

    This paper reflects on the outcomes of the Jisc Assessment and Feedback programme (Sept 2011-Aug 2014) which exploredlarge-scale changes in assessment and feedback practice, supported by technology. Assessment and feedback lies at theheart of the learning experience yet student surveys in the UK show that it remains the single biggest source of studentdissatisfaction with the higher education experience as well as posing increasing problems in terms of staff workload due to ever increasing cl...
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