Research2.0 is in essence a Web2.0 approach to how we do research. Research2.0 creates conversations between researchers, enables them to discuss their findings and connects them with others. Thus, Research2.0 can accelerate the diffusion of knowledge.
As a follow-up to a successful workshop on the same theme at ECTEL09 (http://stellarnet.eu/science2ectel/Home), we are organizing a workshop on Research2.0 approaches to TEL research at ECTEL10 (http://www.ectel2010.org/).
is in essence a Web2.0 approach to how we do research
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science_2.0). Research2.0 creates
conversations between researchers, enables them to discuss their
findings and connects them with others. Thus, Research2.0 can
accelerate the diffusion of knowledge.
Topics for this workshop include, but are not limited to:
· Evaluation of existing Research2.0 tools and infrastructures from a TEL perspective
· Development of TEL-related use case scenarios for Research2.0 tools and infrastructures
· Influence of Research2.0 tools and technologies on scientific practices in TEL
· Formats and protocols for Research2.0 data exchange (linked data, RSS, BuRST, ...)
· Ownership and privacy of research information
· Practices of the diverse Technology Enhanced Learning disciplines, and how Research2.0 can influence them
Authors are invited to submit original unpublished work. The following types of contributions are possible:
- Short papers (3-5 pages) that state the position of the authors on issues relevant to the workshop or work in progress, even when in very early state.
- Full papers: (8-12 pages) that describe problems, needs, novel approaches and frameworks within the scope of the workshop. In this category, empirical evaluation papers and industrial experience reports are welcome for submission.
presenter will be linked to related papers from other presenters and
will be asked to compare in the presentation how the works of others
relates to their own work.
The presentation of unfinished ideas,
tools under development and especially failures is explicitly
encouraged. This includes the presentation and discussion of tools and
their real-world usability.
Prior to the workshop, a dedicated group on TEL Europe (http://teleurope.eu/) will be opened to:
· facilitate discussions among participants before and after the conference;
· post submitted papers for an open peer review;
· publish information and news about the workshop;
· collect reactions through social media on the workshop.
presentations and discussions will be broadcast via Flashmeeting to
attract more feedback, and to document the event. Online questions and
comments will be explicitly taken into account during the workshop.
· Paper submission: 27 June 2010
· Paper acceptance: 11 July 2010
· Main Conference: 28 September-1 October 2010
· Erik Duval (http://erikduval.wordpress.com)
· Xavier Ochoa (http://ariadne.cti.espol.edu.ec/xavier)
· Wolfgang Reinhardt (http://isitjustme.de)
· Nina Heinze (http://www.twitter.com/sywot)
· Fridolin Wild (http://kmi.open.ac.uk/)
· Thomas Ullmann (http://kmi.open.ac.uk/)
· Peter Scott (http://kmi.open.ac.uk/)
· Stefanie Lindstaedt (http://www.know-center.at/)
· Peter Kraker (http://www.know-center.at/)
· Frederik G. Pferdt (http://www.pferdt.de/)
· Johannes Metscher (http://www.imb-uni-augsburg.de/johannes-metscher)
- Andreas S. Rath (http://www.xing.com/profile/AndreasS_Rath)