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Renate Motschnig is Professor at the Faculty of Computer Science at the University of Vienna and head of the Computer Science Didactics and Learning Research Center. Until 1996, she has repeatedly been a Visiting Professor at the Computer Science Department of the University of Toronto, Canada. In 1995/96 she was on the faculty of the Computer Science Department of the RWTH-Aachen, Germany. Currently, she also teaches courses on communication for Computer Scientists at the Masaryk University in Brno/CZ.
Renate received her Dipl.-Ing. degree in Computer Science (Informatik) in 1982 and her Dr. techn. in Computer Science in 1988, both from the Vienna University of Technology, Austria. In 1996 she got the "venia docendi" in Practical and Applied Computer Science from the University of Vienna. In 2004 and 2005 she participated in the LaJolla Program of the Center for the Studies of the Person.
Teaching Responsibilities at the University of Vienna:
Renate Motschnig teaches and coordinates "Project Management". Since 2005 she has been teaching interdisciplinary courses in the field of communication, research methods, human-computer interactions & psychology, and technology-enhanced learning.
Renate is author of more than 120 publications in refereed journals and conference proceedings in the fields of computer science, psychology, and education.
She is the e-learning coordinator of the Faculty of Computer Science. She is in the process of building and intensifying interdisciplinary cooperations with psychologists, educational scientists, and translational scientists in the areas of knowledge development, communication, and learning.
Current Research Goals and Interests:
Renate Motschnig's research goals center around the discovery of principles and the development of techniques and tools to improve the quality of socio-technical systems. Her current research interests include requirements engineering, web engineering, methods for systems development, technology-enhanced learning, person-centered communication and new media, organizational development, cognitive psychology, and humanistic psychology in the context of ICT. Renate is in the process of investigating the potentials of introducing the Person-Centered Approach to project management, requirements engineering, as well as teaching and learning with new media.
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- Learning to code through video game development Date: ongoing
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- Website of the Person-Centered Approach in Higher Education Date: ongoing
- Im Rahmen des Microsoft-Projektes "nWOW - New World of Work" Date: June 2014 - July 2016
- Online Portal for E-Learning and Supporting Social Inclusion of People with Dyslexia Date: March 2012 - February 2015
- Constructive International Communication in the Context of ICT Date: January 2011 - April 2014
- Date: September 2008 - February 2011
- Active Curriculum of Computer Science Date: April 2007 - December 2009
- Development of an e-learning strategy for the Faculty of Computer Science Date: January 2006 - December 2008
- Date: March 2002 - March 2003
- Date: October 2001 - March 2004
- Specification and implementation of a tool for the support of views in object oriented systems on top of UML Date: January 2000 - January 2001
- WissensexpertIn und e-TutorIn - Transdisziplinäre Berufsprofile und Qualifikationen in Wissenstechniken, Bildungstechnologien sowie in Kooperativer Wissens- und Content-Entwicklung
440503SE 3,0 ECTSResearch Seminar
Gerald Quirchmayr, Siegfried Benkner, Wilfried Gansterer, Monika Henzinger, Helmut Hlavacs, Ivo Hofacker, Marcus Hudec, Dimitris Karagiannis, Wolfgang Klas, Eduard Mehofer, Torsten Möller, Renate Motschnig, Claudia Plant, Peter Reichl, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma, Erich Schikuta, Stefan Schmid, Gabriele Uchida, Arndt von Haeseler, Werner Winiwarter, Uwe Zdun