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#EUNIS19 – CAMPUS FOR THE FUTURE

13. Mai 2019 | von

—English version below—

So lautet das Motto des diesjährigen Kongresses der European University Information Systems Organisation (EUNIS), der vom 5.-7. Juni an der Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim stattfindet. Die EUNIS hat es sich zur Aufgabe gemacht, eine Plattform für die Kollaboration von Universitäten zu bieten, um die IT-Landschaften an den verschiedenen Institutionen innovativ nach vorne zu bringen.

Wie auch in den letzten Jahren wird eine Delegation der RWTH teilnehmen. Mit sieben Beiträgen sind Kolleginnen und Kollegen des IT Centers aktiv an diesem Kongress beteiligt. Drei von Ihnen entstanden in Zusammenarbeit mit Prof. Schroeder von der Learning Technologies Research Group des Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Informatik 9.

  • “Cheating Detection: Identifying Fraud in Digital Exams” by Bastian Küppers, Julia Opgen-Rhein, Thomas Eifert & Ulrik Schroeder
  • “Conduction of Exams: Analogous vs. Digital” by Bastian Küppers, Thomas Eifert & Ulrik Schroeder
  • “Finding a place to learn: A mobile study room guide with integrated room occupancy rate indicator” by Ramona Renner, Steffen Schaffert & Bernd Decker
  • “Generation Z – New communication habits — Special needs for service and communication in universities” by Sarah Grzemski & Bernd Decker
  • “Managing the cloud: The role of University’s central IT” by Denise Dittrich & Thomas Eifert
  • “On the Decentralization of IT Infrastructures for Research Data Management” by Marius Politze & Thomas Eifert
  • “Supporting System Accreditation through a University Wide Quality Management Dashboard” by Uta Christoph, Marius Politze & Bernd Decker

Neugierig geworden? Wir werden diese Paper nach Ende der Konferenz in einer Blog-Reihe präsentieren. Halten Sie die Augen offen!

Mehr Informationen zur EUNIS finden Sie auf der Webseite http://www.eunis.org.

—English version—

#EUNIS19 – CAMPUS FOR THE FUTURE

… is the motto of this year’s European University Information Systems Organisation (EUNIS) Congress, which will take place at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim from June 5 to 7 , 2019. EUNIS has set itself the task of providing a platform for university collaboration in order to innovatively advance the IT landscapes at the various institutions.

As in previous years, a delegation from RWTH will participate. With seven contributions, our colleagues from the IT Center are actively involved in this congress. Three of the papers were created in cooperation with Prof. Schroeder from the Learning Technologies Research Group of the “Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Informatik 9”.

  • “Cheating Detection: Identifying Fraud in Digital Exams” by Bastian Küppers, Julia Opgen-Rhein, Thomas Eifert & Ulrik Schroeder
  • “Conduction of Exams: Analogous vs. Digital” by Bastian Küppers, Thomas Eifert & Ulrik Schroeder
  • “Finding a place to learn: A mobile study room guide with integrated room occupancy rate indicator” by Ramona Renner, Steffen Schaffert & Bernd Decker
  • “Generation Z – New communication habits — Special needs for service and communication in universities” by Sarah Grzemski & Bernd Decker
  • “Managing the cloud: The role of University’s central IT” by Denise Dittrich & Thomas Eifert
  • “On the Decentralization of IT Infrastructures for Research Data Management” by Marius Politze & Thomas Eifert
  • “Supporting System Accreditation through a University Wide Quality Management Dashboard” by Uta Christoph, Marius Politze & Bernd Decker

Curious? After the conference we will present these papers in a blog series. Keep your eyes open!

More information about EUNIS can be found on the website http://www.eunis.org.

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