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Dipl.-M.b. Sylvana Kroop

Bereich: Technik & Wissen

Funktionen am ZSI: Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin / Projektleiterin

Kontakt:

  • Phone: ++43-1-495 04 42 / 19
  • Fax: ++43-1-495 04 42 / 40
  • External Phone: +43 660 795 82 62
  • Email: kroop@zsi.at

Publikationen:

Laufende und abgeschlossene Projekte:

Weitere Publikationen:

Kroop, Sylvana; Kieslinger, Barbara; Schaefer, Teresa; Holtgrewe, Ursula (2017): The Evaluation of Citizen Science. Recommendations for Policymaking from the Austrian Citizen Science Conference 2017. Proceedings. Available in: Social Innovation Communities: https://www.siceurope.eu/policy-portal/evaluation-citizen-science-recommendations-policymaking-austrian-citizen-science

Holtgrewe, Ursula; Kroop, Sylvana; Schwarz-Woelzl, Maria (2017): Digital Social Innovation. In: Domanski, D. & Kaletka, C. (Eds.) Exploring the Research Landscape of Social Innovation – A deliverable of the project Social Innovation Community (SIC). Dortmund: Sozialforschungsstelle. pp: 44-64

Kroop, Sylvana; Schaefer, Teresa; Kieslinger, Barbara (2016): The CAPTOR project: Joint Efforts Reducing Ozone Pollution. In: Citizen Science - Quo vadis? Proceedings of the Austrian Citizen Science Conference 2016, Lunz am See, Austria, 18 Feb - 19 Feb, 2016. Citizen Science Conference Austria. Frontiers. DOI: 10.3389/conf.FENVS.2016.01.00010

Kroop, Sylvana, et al. (Hrsg., 2015): Responsive Open Learning Environments. Outcomes of Research from the ROLE Project. Springer International Publishing: Heidelberg, Frankfurt am Main, New York, 2015. ISBN: 978-3-319-02398-4 (Print) 978-3-319-02399-1 (Online)

Nussbaumer, Alexander; Dahn, Ingo; Kroop, Sylvana, et al. (2015): Supporting Self-Regulated Learning. pp. 17-48, In: Kroop, S. et al. (Hrsg. 2015). Responsive Open Learning Environments. Outcomes of Research from the ROLE Project. Springer Verlag. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-02399-1_2

Mikroyannidis, Alexander; Kroop, Sylvana; Wolpers, Martin (2015): Personal Learning Environments (PLEs): Visions and Concepts. pp. 1-16, In: Kroop, S. et al. (Hrsg. 2015). Responsive Open Learning Environments. Outcomes of Research from the ROLE Project. Springer Verlag. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-02399-1_1

Kroop, Sylvana, and Gruber, Margit (2014): Media Needs Analysis Report - Austria. Medi@Ware Project Report. eLearning project on media use. Life Long Learning Project (LLP). Available: http://mediaware.erciyes.edu.tr/

Kroop, Sylvana, and Gruber, Margit (2014): Country Report - Austria. Medi@Ware Project Report. Medi@Ware. eLearning project on media use. Life Long Learning Project (LLP). Available: http://mediaware.erciyes.edu.tr/

Kroop, Sylvana (2013): Evaluation on Students' and Teachers' Acceptance of Widget- and Cloud-based Personal Learning Environments. Journal of Universal Computer Science (J.UCS), Vol. 19, No. 14 (2013). pp. 2150-2171. Open publication: http://www.jucs.org/jucs_19

Kroop, Sylvana; Nussbaumer, Alexander; Albert, Dietrich. (2013): Supporting Self-Regulated Learning in Personalised Learning Envrionments. Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Cloud Education Environments («WCLOUD 2012»), Antigua, Guatemala, November 15-16, 2012.

Kroop, Sylvana; Holczmann, Victoria; Moser, Petra; Gruber Margit; Becker, Till (2013): Train Nutrition Seriously (TNS). eLearning project on Nutrition. Evaluation Report. Life Long Learning Project (LLP). Projektbericht.

Kroop, Sylvana, and Marcel Berthold (2012): Personalisierte Lernumgebungen. Unterstützung von Selbstreguliertem Lernen. Workshop at [aha:] Konferenz 2012 - Lernen Gestaltet Zukunft. Vienna. April 13. www.ahakonferenz.at/WS-E6a_Kroop.pdf.

Kroop, Sylvana (2012): How Students Judge the Excellence of Wikipedia Articles. In: Proceedings of Wikipedia Academy: Research and Free Knowledge. Freie Universität Berlin: Wikipedia Academy. http://wikipedia-academy.de/.

Kroop, Sylvana, Nussbaumer, Alexander, and Fruhmann, Karin (2010): Motivating Collaborative Learning Activities by Using Existing Web 2.0 Tools. In: Motivational and Affective Aspects of Technology Enhanced Learning and Web 2.0. (MATEL 2010). Barcelona, Spain. http://mature-ip.eu/matel10.

Kroop, Sylvana (2010): Context-specific ROLE visions: Formal Higher Education, Workplace Learning, Lifelong Learning. In: Next Generation PLE Infrastructure ROLE Workshop. Proceedings of PLE 2010 conference. Barcelona, Spain, 7-9 July 2010

Borau, K., Ullrich, C., Kroop, S. (2009). Mobile learning with Open Learning Environments. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. IEEE Learning Technology Newsletter, January–April, Volume 11, Number 1&2, 2009.

Kroop, Sylvana (2007): Wissensorganisation im Medium zunehmender Komplexität. Der enzyklopädische Wandel vom 15. bis 20. Jahrhundert. In: Ohly, H. Peter (Hrsg.): Kompatibilität und Heterogenität in der Wissensorganisation. 10. Tagung der Deutschen Sektion der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Wissensorganisation (ISKO), Wien 2006, Ergon Verlag Würzburg

Kroop, Sylvana; et. al. (2006): eLearning-Tools zur Verbesserung verständlichen Schreibens. In: Mettinger, Zwiauer, Oberhuemer (Hrsg.): eLearning an der Universität Wien. Forschung – Entwicklung – Einführung. Waxmann Verlag, S. 257-283.

Kroop, Sylvana; Mangler, Jürgen (2006): A Cooperative Way to Learn "Comprehensible Writing". Proceedings of the Network Learning Conference (NLC) 2006, Lancaster.

Kroop, Sylvana; Mangler, Jürgen (2006): Individuelle und Kooperative Textproduktion unter Einsatz von Wikis. Proceedings GMW-Tagung, ETH Zürich, Schweiz, September 2006.

Kroop, Sylvana (2003): Medienerstellung für 2d/3d-begehbare Lernräume. Proceedings zur Tagung „Neue Medien in der Bildung“ (NMB) am IWF Wissen und Medien (http://www.iwf.de), Göttingen.

Kroop, Sylvana (2000): Der nichteinwilligungsfähige Online-Kunde. Die Datenspuren der Online-Surfer. Technische Universität Berlin. Institut für Gesellschaftswissenschaften. Veröffentlicht bei Litera Nova e.V.

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Ausbildung und beruflicher Werdegang:

Sylvana Kroop, born 1971 in Potsdam, received her master’s degree in communication media and educational science from Technical University of Berlin, Germany. After working in the private sector for 10 years (1990-2000) she shifted to the public sector to work in the field of research & development of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL). Since 2000 she worked as media and educational scientist in various R&D projects, in the research and teaching staff at the TU Berlin (Germany), the Bauhaus University Weimar (Germany) and the University of Vienna (Austria). Currently she holds the position of project manager of R&D EU-Projects in the "Technology & Knowledge" unit at the Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI) in Vienna and also works as a lecturer at the University of Vienna and other higher education institutions. Her research interests currently focus on innovative pedagogical approaches in open and responsive learning environments and the relation between technological and social innovations in higher education and workplace learning.

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