Dr. Sandra Schön M.A.
|Position:||Forschung & Entwicklung|
|Bereich:||Innovationsmanagement - iLab, Kompetenzzentrum Salzburg NewMediaLab|
Projektkoordination bei folgenden Projekten
- ODAAL – Open Data AAL
- L3T 2.0
- i-busuu – Sprachen lernen mal anders
- ComStudy: Erfolgreicher Community-Aufbau und technologische Unterstützung
- MobiCOM – Studie zum erfolgreichen Aufbau von Communities
- 10 Dinge, die Sie beim Social Media Mining für Innovationszwecke beachten sollten
- Überraschende Signale, die nicht für Verblüffung sorgen
Born 1976, Sandra Schön (aka Sandra Schaffert) studied educational science, psychology and computer science at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. For her master degree (M.A., Magister Artium), she worked on online assessment in vocational further education. During and after Sandra’s studies she worked at the German Youth Institute in Munich about Children and the Internet. Before joining the EduMedia group at Salzburg Research in 2006, she was a researcher and trainer in a private training company. In 2007, Sandra received her PhD (Dr. phil., magna cum laude) with an empirical analysis of learning activities with vocational relevance at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich (Prof. Dr. R. Tippelt).
Sandra’s research interest lies learning with new technologies and innovative approaches, taking into consideration developments such as open educational resources, the e-portfolio method and new co-operative learning settings. Especially within her work for the Salzburg NewMediaLab she additionally works in the field of online communities, e.g. on reputation systems and the usage of user generated content and informations.
As a researcher and project manager Sandra is involved in national and international research projects. Additionally, she is in demand for international conferences, for example as member of the programme committee of the IADIS (since 2009) and the ICL (since 2008). She also serves as member of the editorial team of the journals „bildungsforschung“ and „Interactive Learning Environment“ and as reviewer of several other journals. Besides her activity within research, Sandra works as a lecturer on occasion at the FH Hagenberg in the field of technology enhanced learning, e-moderation and lifelong learning.
You will find more detailed information about her activities and publications on her private homepage: http://sandra-schoen.de