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MATURE - Continuous Social Learning in Knowledge Networks

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Talk at the EC Information Days for Technology-Enhanced Learning, Luxembourg, December 2008

Talk at the EC Information Days for Technology-Enhanced Learning, Luxembourg, December 2008

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  • 1. MATURE Continuous Social Learning in Knowledge Networks Scientific Coordinator Andreas Schmidt Department Manager FZI Research Center for Information Technologies, Karlsruhe, GERMANY [email_address] http://mature-ip.eu http://mature-ip.eu
  • 2. Motivation
    • Agility of enterprises as a key success factor requires
      • continuous individual competence development
      • continuous learning of the organization and harvesting of the employees‘ creativity and competency to act
    • Today‘s problems:
      • separation of working and learning
      • lack of passing on learned knowledge of individuals within the organization
      • disruptions between different organizational systems
      • transition of emerging topics into organizational scope is not well supported
  • 3. Main Idea
    • Cumbersome organizational top-down approaches to supporting learning have largely failed to deliver
    • Web 2.0 bottom-up approaches have motivated people to engage in informal learning and knowledge sharing activities
    • Why not combine the two:
      • how to leverage intrinsic motivation to contribute to learning efforts
      • how to foster effective contribution of individual learning activities to organizational goals and thus enable sustainable impact
  • 4. Knowledge Maturing Process Model
  • 5. Knowledge Maturing Process Model (2) content maturing ontology maturing (incl. competencies) process maturing
  • 6. Objectives
    • an analysis of real-world maturing practices and development of a sound general conceptual model
      • including ways to overcome barriers to it
      • particularly including motivational and social
    • a Personal Learning & Maturing Environment
    • an Organisational Learning & Maturing Environment
    • reusable Maturing Services
      • for seeding and reseeding,
      • and creating awareness of maturing-relevant activities
  • 7. The MATURE Vision
  • 8. Consortium
    • Coordinator
    • Research & Technology Partners
    • Application Partners
  • 9. Associate Partners
    • COMPANIES
    • Technology Providers
    • sitewaerts GmbH, Germany
    • Dynamic Media, Austria
    • EXODUS S.A., Greece
    • IPM United GmbH, Germany
    • GISA GmbH, Germany
    • magh&boppert, Germany
    • Consulting
    • Kompetenzorientierte Personalentwicklung, Germany
    • End users
    • BMW AG, Germany
    • HELIOS Kliniken, Germany
    • Erlus AG, Germany
    • Networks
    • EDEN, Hungary
    • Ontology Outreach Advisory, Belgium
    • RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
    • Know-Center, Austria
    • ZSI, Austria
    • University of Salford, UK
    • University of the Basque Country, Spain
    • UHI Millenium Institute, UK
    • University of Klagenfurt, Austria
    • Research Projects
    • APOSDLE IP
    • NEPOMUK IP
    • Im Wissensnetz
    • DYONIPOS
    • IMAGINATION
    You are invited to join!
  • 10. MATURE Continuous Social Learning in Knowledge Networks Scientific Coordinator Andreas Schmidt FZI, Germany Administrative Coordinator Pablo Franzolini CIMNE, Spain http://mature-ip.eu [email_address] Large-scale Integrating Project Budget: 9.5 Mio € 04/2008-03/2012