Dr. Christopher Hanzl, BEd MA

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Lectures 2021/22


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Applied Interdisciplinary Knowledge Management ILV

Lector: Dr. Christopher Hanzl, BEd MA


Lecture contents

- Basics of knowledge management
- Techniques, methods and tools of knowledge management
- Applied knowledge management in interdisciplinary projects

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Formative Assessment. Peer-feedback supported evaluation of the learning outcomes achieved in the online course (40% of the final grade) - Preparation and presentation of a collaborative interdisciplinary case study in the form of a seminar paper (60% of the final grade) - Multi-perspective assessment using 360-degree feedback (course leader, peers, self-assessment phases).

Teaching methods

The course is structured according to the didactic concept of blended learning (obligatory online phase => work assignments before, during and after the classroom sessions in individual and/or group work). The tasks of the online phase follow a spiral curricular approach as well as problem-based principles.
Online phase: self-directed learning - peer feedback - learning tandems - eLectures.
Presentations: Lecture, group puzzle as well as transfer methods such as Think/Pair/Share as well as presentations from the learning outcomes of the online phase.




The publications of Christopher Hanzl written at FH Campus Wien can be found in our publication database, others in the personal web space.