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Fridolin Wild is a research associate at the Knowledge Media Institute of the Open University of the UK. His relevant experience as Principal Investigator includes the TELLME project (the learning models work package) and the LTfLL project (coordinating the infrastructure work package). Since May 2009 he has been the deputy coordinator of the European network of excellence STELLAR. He shadows the lead of the work package on community building and sustains this in the ROLE project and a European policy project on TEL Futures, TEL-Map.
Fridolin is the voted treasurer of the European Association of Technology Enhanced Learning (EATEL). He studied information science in Regensburg, Hildesheim, and Munich (all Germany). He founded axon-e interactive media in 1998, and managed numerous commercial and governmental projects there until he left the company in 2003. In 2004 he graduated as magister artium in information science and politology.
Between 2004 and 2009, Fridolin worked as a scientist at the Vienna University of Economics and Business in Austria within the European projects PROLEARN, iCAMP, LTfLL, and ROLE thereby serving as the overall technical manager with an additional work package lead in interoperability of social software learning tools in iCamp, leading the work package ‘infrastructure’ within LTfLL, and leading a work package on community building and sustaining in the ROLE project.
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Ullmann, T., Wild, F. and Scott, P. (2012) Comparing Automatically Detected Reflective Texts with Human Judgements, Workshop: 2nd Workshop on Awareness and Reflection in Technology-Enhanced Learning at 7th European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning, Saarbruecken, Germany
Wild, F., Haley, D. and Buelow, K. (2011) Using Latent-Semantic Analysis and Network Analysis for Monitoring Conceptual Development, Journal for Language Technology and Computational Linguistics, 26, 1, pp. 9-21, Gesellschaft für Sprachtechnologie & Computerlinguistik (GSCL)
Wild, F. and Sigurdarson, S. (2011) Simulating learning networks in a higher education blogosphere - at scale, 6th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL'11), Palermo, Italy Towards Ubiquitous Learning, eds. Kloos, Gillet, Crespo, Wild, Wolpers, Springer
Lagatie, R., Wild, F., Causmaecker, P. and Scott, P. (2011) Exposing Knowledge in Speech: Monitoring Conceptual Development in Spoken Conversation, IST-Africa 2011, Gaborone, Botswana IST-Africa 2011 Conference Proceedings, eds. Cunningham & Cunningham
Wild, F., Ullmann, T., Scott, P., Rebedea, T. and Hoisl, B. (2011) Applicability of the Technology Acceptance Model for Widget-based Personal Learning Environments, Workshop: 1st Workshop on Exploring Fitness and Evolvability of Personal Learning Environments (EFEPLE'11) at Alpine Rendezvous, La Clusaz, France Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Exploring Fitness and Evolvability of Personal Learning Environments, eds. Effie L-C Law, Felix Moedritscher, Martin Wolpers, Denis Gillet, 773, pp. 39-48, CEUR-WS, Sun SITE Central Europe
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Narrative Hypermedia is...
Hypermedia is the combination of hypertext for linking and structuring multimedia information.
Narrative Hypermedia is therefore concerned with how all of the above narrative forms, plus the many other diverse forms of discourse possible on the Web, can be effectively designed to communicate coherent conceptual structures, drawing inspiration from theories in narratology, semiotics, psycholinguistics and film.