Process Oriented Learning and Infomation eXchange

Description

PROLIX overall objective is to align with business processes in order to enable organisations to faster improve the competencies of their employees according to continuous changes of business requirements. To reach the goal PROLIX develops an open, integrated reference architecture for process-oriented learning and information exchange. PROLIX supports a complete learning process life cycle compromissing 1) the analysis of complex business situations 2) the identification of individual and organisational learning goals 3) the analysis of competencies and their matching with individual skills 4) the definition of appropriate learning strategies and the simulation of competency-oriented processes 5) the execution of improved learning processes 6) the monitoring of learners performance according to the goals defined.

Details

Duration 01/12/2005 - 30/11/2009
Funding EU
Program 6. Rahmenprogramm
Department

Department for Knowledge and Communication Management

Principle investigator for the project (Danube University Krems) Ass.Prof. Mag. Dr. Lukas Zenk
Project members Dr. Eva Mayr Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Karin Elisabeth Siebenhandl Manuela Wieländer, MSc Ass.Prof. Mag. Dr. Lukas Zenk

Publications

Risku, H.; Peschl, F.-M. (2010). Kognition und Technologie im kooperativen Lernen: vom Wissenstransfer zur Knowledge Creation. Göttingen: Vienna University Press

Mayr, E. (2010). Warum „Trainings von der Stange“ nicht passen. Maßgeschneiderte Weiterbildung für Organisationen. Vienna University Press, Kognition und Technologie im kooperativen Lernen. Vom Wissenstransfer zur Knowledge Creation: 109-120

Risku, H.; Peschl, F.-M. (2010). Einführung: Lernen als kooperative Wissensgenerierung. Göttingen: Vienna Univ.Press, Kognition und Technologie im kooperativen Lernen: Vom Wissenstransfer zur Knowledge Creation: 7-14

Risku, H.; Windhager, F.; Smuc, M.; Mayr, E. (2010). Ein Hammer für eine Schraube? Angepasste Weiterbildung in Organisationen – Eine Frage von Kultur, Kognition und Technologie. Göttingen: Vienna University Press, Kognition und Technologie im kooperativen Lernen. Vom Wissenstransfer zur Knowledge Creation: 93-108

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