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2011

Kump, Barbara, Knipfer, Kristin, Pammer, Viktoria, Schmidt, Andreas, Maier, Ronald, Kunzmann, Christine, Cress, Ulrike, Lindstaedt, Stefanie N.
The Role of Reflection in Maturing Organizational Know-how
In: 1st European Workshop on Awareness and Reflection in Learning Networks (ARNets11), in conjunction with EC-TEL 2011, Palermo (Italy), September 21, 2011, 2011

Abstract The Knowledge Maturing Phase Model has been presented as a model aligning knowledge management and organizational learning. The core argument underlying the present paper is that maturing organizational know-how requires individual and collaborative reflection at work. We present an explorative interview study that analyzes reflection at the workplace in four organizations in different European countries. Our qualitative findings suggest that reflection is not equally self-evident in different settings. A deeper analysis of the findings leads to the hypothesis that different levels of maturity of processes come along with different expectations towards the workers with regard to compliance and flexibility, and to different ways of how learning at work takes place. Furthermore, reflection in situations where the processes are in early maturing phases seems to lead to consolidation of best practice, while reflection in situations where processes are highly standardized may lead to a modification of these standard processes. Therefore, in order to support the maturing of organizational know-how by providing reflection support, one should take into account the degree of standardisation of the processes in the target group.

Moskaliuk, Johannes, Rath, Andreas, Devaurs, Didier, Weber, Nicolas, Lindstaedt, Stefanie, Kimmerle, Joachim, Cress, Ulrike
Automatic detection of accommodation steps as an indicator of knowledge maturing
Interacting with Computers, vol. In Press, Accepted Manuscript, no. , 2011, pp. -

2010

Weber, Nicolas, Nelkner, Tobias, Schoefegger, Karin, Lindstaedt, Stefanie N.
SIMPLE - a social interactive mashup PLE
In: Wild, Fridolin and Kalz, Marco and Palmér, Matthias and Müller, Daniel (eds.): Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Mashup Personal Learning Environments (MUPPLE09), in conjunction with the 5th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL2010), 2010

2009

Schmidt, Andreas, Hinkelmann, Knut, Ley, Tobias, Lindstaedt, Stefanie, Maier, Ronald, Riss, Uwe
Conceptual Foundations for a Service-oriented Knowledge and Learning Architecture: Supporting Content, Process and Ontology Maturing
In: Schaffert, Sebastian and Tochtermann, Klaus and Pellegrini, Tassilo (eds.): Networked Knowledge - Networked Media: Integrating Knowledge Management, New Media Technologies and Semantic Systems, Springer, 2009

Abstract Effective learning support in organizations requires a flexible and personalized toolset that brings together the individual and the organizational perspective on learning. Such toolsets need a service-oriented infrastructure of reusable knowledge and learning services as an enabler. This contribution focuses on conceptual foundations for such an infrastructure as it is being developed within the MATURE IP and builds on the knowledge maturing process model on the one hand, and the seeding-evolutionary growth-reseeding model on the other hand. These theories are used to derive maturing services, for which initial examples are presented.

Weber, Nicolas, Schoefegger, Karin, Bimrose, Jenny, Ley, Tobias, Lindstaedt, Stefanie, Brown, Alan, Barnes, Sally-Anne
Knowledge Maturing in the Semantic MediaWiki: A design study in career guidance
In: Learning in the Synergy of Multiple Disciplines. Fourth European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL 2009), Nice, France, 2009

Schoefegger, Karin, Weber, Nicolas, Lindstaedt, Stefanie N., Ley, Tobiay
Knowledge Maturing Services: Supporting Knowledge Maturing in Organisational Environments
In: Proceedings of Knowledge Science, Engineering and Management (KSEM), 2009

Schoefegger, Karin, Weber, Nicolas, Lindstaedt, Stefanie, Ley, Tobias
Knowledge Maturing Services: Supporting Knowledge Maturing in Organisational Environments
In: Knowledge Science, Engineering and Management, Lecture Notes in Computer Science vol. 5914, Springer, 2009, pp. 370-381

Abstract The changes in the dynamics of the economy and the corresponding mobility and fluctuations of knowledge workers within organizations make continuous social learning an essential factor for an organization. Within the underlying organizational processes, Knowledge Maturing refers to the the corresponding evolutionary process in which knowledge objects are transformed from informal and highly contextualized artifacts into explicitly linked and formalized learning objects. In this work, we will introduce a definition of Knowledge (Maturing) Services and will present a collection of sample services that can be divided into service functionality classes supporting Knowledge Maturing in content networks. Furthermore, we developed an application of these sample services, a demonstrator which supports quality assurance within a highly content based organisational context.

2008


Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Learning in Enterprise 2.0 and Beyond (LEB-2008), Maastricht, The Netherlands, September 17, 2008.

Ravenscroft, Andrew, Braun, Simone, Cook, John, Schmidt, Andreas, Bimrose, Jenny, Brown, Alan, Bradley, Claire
Ontologies, Dialogue and Knowledge Maturing: Towards a Mashup and Design Study
In: Schmidt, Andreas and Attwell, Graham and Braun, Simone and Lindstaedt, Stefanie and Maiaer, Ronald and Ras, Eric (eds.): 1st International Workshop on Learning in Enterprise 2.0 and Beyond, CEUR Workshop Proceedings vol. 383, 2008

Abstract This paper proposes an initial design study to examine and test some of the key concepts and issues within a large-scale European research project that is exploring and aiming to realise learning as a process of knowledge maturing in the workplace. It will outline some of these concepts, based on a contemporary (or Web 2.0 driven) articulation of how ontologies can be acquired, externalised and exploited by a user-community and introduce a new role for learning dialogue - through developing work into „dialogue games‟. An initial scenario, or „thought experiment‟, is proposed that is grounded on currently available ontology development (SOBOLEO) and learning dialogue (InterLoc) web-technologies and how these could be integrated, or „mashed up‟, to improve the management, understanding and application of labour market information in the context of careers advice. Finally, we also consider the potential role of m-learning techniques and the implications about context that these give rise to.


Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Learning in Enterprise 2.0 and Beyond (LEB-2008), Maastricht, The Netherlands, September 17, 2008. In conjunction with the 3rd European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (ECTEL 08), Maastricht, The Netherlands, September, 2008.

Maier, Ronald, Thalmann, Stefan
Informal learner styles: Individuation, interaction, in-form-ation
In: Schmidt, Andreas and Attwell, Graham and Braun, Simone and Lindstaedt, Stefanie and Maier, Ronald and Ras, Eric (eds.): 1st International Workshop on Learning in Enterprise 2.0 and Beyond, CEUR Workshop Proceedings vol. 383, 2008

Abstract Web 2.0 has sparked tremendously increased interest in IT-supported knowledge management and technology-enhanced learning in organizations. Although there have been abundant activities of how to benefit from Web 2.0 technologies, information on how to go about deploying these in organizational settings in a coordinated manner are scarce. Based on the findings of an ethnographically informed study, this paper presents three idealized, richly described scenarios of informal learner styles which are used in order to develop theses on the relationship of Web 2.0 and workplace learning.

Nelkner, Tobias, Reinhardt, Wolfgang, Attwell, Graham
Concept of a Tool Wrapper Infrastructure for Supporting Services in a PLE
In: Schmidt, Andreas and Attwell, Graham and Braun, Simone and Lindstaedt, Stefanie and Maier, Ronald and Ras, Eric (eds.): 1st International Workshop on Learning in Enterprise 2.0 and Beyond, CEUR Workshop Proceedings vol. 383, 2008

Abstract As one of the most relevant way of learning after apprenticeship is the informal learning an implementation of a PLE should try to support the learner by mashing up services and tools of every day work, creates cross links between them and gives motivation and support for personal and individual style of learning. This paper presents implementations and ideas for the whole collection of necessary pieces of software to provide a PLE in a bottom up manner. A server implementation is introduced which is based on a SOA approach and which includes an extractor for metadata of file objects. This module is furthermore able to run a semantic analysis on unstructured texts which results in for example in high-quality keywords and identification of persons. Taking this as technical background the social functions are explained which are identified as the functions a PLE is supposed to provide more than any knowledge management or e-learning software. Closing, these functions are converted in ideas of possible implementations of tools and services, back up by graphical mock-ups.

Schmidt, Andreas, Hinkelmann, Knut, Lindstaedt, Stefanie, Ley, Tobias, Maier, Ronald, Riss, Uwe
Conceptual Foundations for a Service-Oriented Knowledge & Learning Architecture: Supporting Content, Process, and Ontology Maturing
In: 8th International Conference on Knowledge Management (I-KNOW 08), Graz, 2008

Abstract The knowledge maturing model views learning activities as embedded into, interwoven with, and even indistinguishable from everyday work processes. Learning is understood as an inherently social and collaborative activity. The Knowledge Maturing Process Model structures this process into five phases: expressing ideas, distributing in communities, formalizing, ad-hoc learning and standardization. It is applicable not only for content but also to process knowledge and semantics. In the MATURE IP two toolsets will be develop that support the maturing process: a personal learning environment and an organisation learning environment integrating the levels of individuals, communities and organisation. The development is guided by the SER theory of seeding, evolutionary growth and reseeding and is based on generally applicable maturing services.