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Academic Writing for Graduate Students SE 2,0 3,0 M2.03100.30.211
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Technical Writing and Presentation SE 2,0 2,0 B2.00000.50.010
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Scientific English SE 2,0 2,0 M2.05280.10.921
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Englisch 4 SE 2,0 2,0 B2.00000.40.010
Seminar Berufspraktikum SE 2,0 2,0 B2.00000.60.470
TitelAutorJahr
Supervised Machine Learning Approach Utilizing Artificial Neural Networks for Automated Prostate Zone Segmentation in Abdominal MR images Hans-Peter Wieser 2013
Supervised Machine-Learning Framework and Classifier Evaluation for Automated Three-dimensional Medical Image Segmentation based on Body MRI Patrick Gerhard Frischmann 2013
Leistungsfähigkeit von Gesundheitssystemen Katja Obersteiner 2011
TitelAutorJahr
Supervised Machine Learning Approach Utilizing Artificial Neural Networks for Automated Prostate Zone Segmentation in Abdominal MR images Hans-Peter Wieser 2013
Supervised Machine-Learning Framework and Classifier Evaluation for Automated Three-dimensional Medical Image Segmentation based on Body MRI Patrick Gerhard Frischmann 2013
TitelAutorJahr
Leistungsfähigkeit von Gesundheitssystemen Katja Obersteiner 2011
TitelAutorJahr
Marketing actions for a successful product launch
  • Stefan Orter
  • 2014
    Product Launch Methodology based upon Market Research
  • Benjamin Peter Eigl
  • 2014
    MANAGING FIELD BASED SALES & SERVCE ACTIVITIES
  • Melanie Martina Nibler
  • 2013
    EU Project Renewing Health
  • Alexandra Strecker
  • 2012
    Public development in CEMOBIL
  • Susanne Karoline Obweger
  • 2012
    Using Imaging Technology for Placement Verification of Nasogastric Feeding Tubes for the Improvement of Patient Care
  • Tibor Zajki-Zechmeister
  • 2012
    Web projects at Webwerk
  • Georg Skuk
  • 2012
    TitelAutorJahr
    Marketing actions for a successful product launch
  • Stefan Orter
  • 2014
    Product Launch Methodology based upon Market Research
  • Benjamin Peter Eigl
  • 2014
    TitelAutorJahr
    MANAGING FIELD BASED SALES & SERVCE ACTIVITIES
  • Melanie Martina Nibler
  • 2013
    TitelAutorJahr
    EU Project Renewing Health
  • Alexandra Strecker
  • 2012
    Public development in CEMOBIL
  • Susanne Karoline Obweger
  • 2012
    Using Imaging Technology for Placement Verification of Nasogastric Feeding Tubes for the Improvement of Patient Care
  • Tibor Zajki-Zechmeister
  • 2012
    Web projects at Webwerk
  • Georg Skuk
  • 2012
    LaufzeitFebruar/2019 - Dezember/2019
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Vera Ratheiser
  • Ewald Harder
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Doris Elisabeth Neureiter
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktE-Learning
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErstellung digitaler Lehr- und Lernmittel mit Citizen Science Methoden
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • OEAD - Österreichscher Akademischer Austauschdienst
  • <div>Im Zuge dieses Projekts soll am Beispiel des Gruppenkommandantenlehrgangs der österreichischen Feuerwehren eine interaktive Lehr- und Lernumgebung auf- und eingesetzt werden, die die Inhalte des Lehrgangs mittels Videos und interaktiven Inhalten aufbereitet. Als Plattform ist ein zu errichten-der Moodle-Server vorgesehen; die Fachhochschule Kärnten wird neben der Unterstützung bei der Erstellung der digitalen Inhalte auch Know-how zur Wartung der Plattform transferieren.<br>Das in diesem Projektumfang zu erwartende Endprodukt ist die Etablierung einer inverted-classroom-Methodik und -Umgebung für den Gruppenkommandantenlehrgang der Feuerwehr. Die über den Projektrahmen hinausreichende Perspektive sieht die Aufnahme dieser Methodik in das didaktische Rahmenprogramm der Feuerwehrschule und somit den Transfer dieser Methode auf andere Ausbildungsmodule vor.<br>Zusätzliche Erkenntnisse werden durch die Einbindung von Citizens in Form von Betroffenen eines Feuerwehreinsatzes (beispielsweise bei einem Brand oder einer Überschwemmung) gewährt. Der Einblick in die Erlebensperspektive der Betroffenen ermöglicht einen ganzheitlichen Blick auf ausge-wählte Katastrophenszenarien und deren Bekämpfung.<br>Substanzielle Verbesserungen in der Ausbildung der Gruppenkommandanten sind durch die Integra-tion der Erfahrungsberichte von Citizens als Betroffene zu erwarten. Die Lernenden erfahren dadurch einen Perspektivenwechsel und können anhand realer Fallbeispiele verschiedene Reaktionsmuster besser reflektieren. Das in diesem Projektansatz gewählte Setting bedingt einen Kreislauf zwischen Erkenntnisgewinn durch Bürgerbeteiligung (Betroffene) und Verbesserung des End-produkts (digitale Unterrichtsmaterialien und -umgebung).</div>
    • OEAD - Österreichscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitSeptember/2018 - August/2021
    Projektleitung
  • Katerina Sidiropulu Janku
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Regina Klein
  • Outi Sulopuisto
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • ForschungsschwerpunktGesundheitswissenschaften
    Studiengang
  • Gesundheit und Pflege
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+ Strategic Partnerships
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • <div>The TOBP project connects strategic partners to set new standards for skills recognition of prior learning for migrants in the field of Transcultural Early Life Family Care (TELFC). </div><div>It offers an answer to the lack of social cohesion and strengthens the integration possibilities of migrants. The main impacts are a) on young families with small children (from pregnancy up to the age of 6) in transition phases (double-layered transitions from pregnancy to young parenthood – from home to host country) to provide better services b) in relation to skills shortage because of a lack of professionalization in the field of Early Life Family Care (ELFC)&nbsp; towards transcultural competences. </div><div>The innovative job profile “transition mentor” is created to support the integration process of migrants and to professionalize the field of ELFC.&nbsp; Currently we face skill gaps and skills- shortage of well-trained professionals in TELFC that arises due to the growing number of migrant families. <br>Furthermore we are using new digital technologies (Open Badges) that are currently an expanding informal recognition tool within IT and the Business sector. These badges are integrated in an open badge platform with an added virtual learning environment, that a) enables migrants to validate their foreign qualifications (informal, non-formal and formal) to have more chances to find a job in the European Union and b) provides open access to gaining new skills and qualifications as transition mentor.<br>Methodically we are using Participatory Action Research (PAR), an innovative approach which represents a paradigm shift, giving members of marginalized groups a voice; thus offering a new perspective:&nbsp; their experiences, their everyday knowledge, and their cultural concepts can feed into the development process of TOBP.</div><div>The main outcome is the TOBPlatform, an open virtual validation and educational space that helps to educate much needed staff in ELFC and validates prior learning of migrants aspiring to become transition mentors in the field of ELFC. <br>The main activities relate to the development and production of 5 Intellectual Outputs, 4 Learning Teaching Training Activities, that are occurring in transition phases and 3 Multiplier Events will be used to disseminate&nbsp; project’s outcomes. Around 900 individuals are involved in the project as a primary target group, but our outputs have the potential and relevance to affect the whole ELFC sector. Especially with our interactive Inventory of Transcultural Transition Cases we provide the opportunity for HEI and VET professionals to use and store developed teaching cases. The establishment of a European Social Network on Transition Mentoring completes the actions and guarantees sustainability. The project’s innovative approach coupled with newly developed open technology will result in long term benefits for marginalized groups in Europe and helps to strengthen social cohesion through transnational validation of migrant’s knowledge, competences and transition skills.</div>
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitDezember/2013 - Dezember/2016
    Projektleitung
  • Andreas Pester
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Angelika Voutsinas
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInternationale Beziehungen
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammTEMPUS V, 544198-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-ES-TEMPUS-SMGR
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • This project began considering that internationalization can be tackled as a managerial issue that touches the structural functional domains of an organization. Conceptualizing internationalisation as an organizational change process is a necessary fi rst step toward successfully ingraining international dimensions into core functions of higher education institutions. The key deliverable of the project represents an internationalization Management model to be implemented, in partner Universities and able to be later used by other Universities. The model aims to improve governance procedures to promote and enhance internationalization within university hierarchy, set guidelines to establish appropriate legal framework, and create the required infrastructure for the implementation of internationalization. The model will include principles, priorities, a series of guidelines and procedures. The model will be in line with international norms and expectations particulary Bologna Process.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Universitat de Barcelona (Lead Partner)
    • Princess Sumaya University for Technology
    • Yarmouk University
    • Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research
    • CHE Consult GmbH
    LaufzeitJänner/2013 - Jänner/2014
    Projektleitung
  • Johannes Sturm
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Erwin Ofner
  • Vincent Chi Zhang
  • Matthias Haselberger
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Phillip Bürger
  • ForschungsschwerpunktMikroelektronik
    Studiengänge
  • Medizinische Informationstechnik
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammZentrale Forschungsförderung - ZFF 2012
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • eb&p Umweltbüro GmbH
  • The proposed project will combine the research interests of two curricula in the faculty Engineering &amp; IT of FH-K&#228;rnten/Carinthia University of Applied Sciences: ISCD – Integrated Systems and Circuits Design and Health Care IT (HC IT). The project is part of the R&amp;D strategies of both curricula and also fully in line with the long term R&amp;D strategy of FH-K&#228;rnten (development of sustainable technologies). ISCD researchers [1-3] have been working on a cooperative project (COSMOS, 4/2011 – 3/2013) to develop an innovative integrated color sensor. Health Care IT researchers are working on themes of ambient-assisted living and are focusing on the development of mobile supported devices, tele-monitoring, home-based training systems to improve physical fitness, methods to support rehabilitation activities, etc. Of special interest is the development of non-invasive medical home appliances, which require a high level of miniaturization and/or integration.
    • eb&p Umweltbüro GmbH (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitJänner/2013 - März/2014
    Projektleitung
  • Johannes Sturm
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Phillip Bürger
  • Matthias Haselberger
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Erwin Ofner
  • Vincent Chi Zhang
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInformationssysteme
    Studiengang
  • Integrated Systems and Circuits Design
  • Das Projekt LocApps wurde als Kooperation der Studiengänge Integrated Systems and Circuits Design (ISCD) und Health Care IT (HCIT) durchgeführt. Ein Forschungsschwerpunkt des Studiengangs ISCD ist die Erforschung innovativer integrierter Sensortechnologien, insbesondere die Entwicklung integrierter Farbsensoren. Ein aktives Forschungsgebiet des Studiengangs HCIT ist die mobile medizinische Sensorik für den Heimbereich zur Unterstützung medizinischer Diagnostik sowie Tele-Monitoring zur aktiven Überwachung spezifischer Humanparameter. Die optimale Einbindung dieser Sensoren in den Tagesablauf der Patienten erfordert ein hohes Maß an Integration und Vernetzung sowie auch bio-medizinisches Know-How.Eine studiengangsübergreifende Kooperation auf diesen Forschungsschwerpunkten würde daher, in Zusammenarbeit mit Industriepartnern oder anwendungsorientierten Forschungseinrichtungen, die Realisierung neuer, innovativer bio-medizinischer Sensorlösungen ermöglichen.Das Ziel des LocApps Projektes ist die Erarbeitung einer Machbarkeits- sowie Marktanalyse für die Entwicklung medizinischer "Lab-on-chip" Anwendungen sowie die Identifikation potentieller Kooperationspartner für ein in weiterer Folge geplantes Drittmittelprojekt.
    LaufzeitMai/2009 - Dezember/2010
    Projektleitung
  • Claudia Pacher
  • Matthias Haselberger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Mario Wehr
  • ForschungsschwerpunktNavigationssysteme
    Studiengang
  • Medizinische Informationstechnik
  • ForschungsprogrammFFG COIN/era-SME 4. Ausschreibung, FFG-Projektnr. 821284
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • FFG - Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft
  • SCALA bezieht sich auf die Entwicklung eines gemeinsamen Software- Standards, den sogenannten "Convergence Layer". Diese Software Applikation hat die Aufgabe, die vorhandenen Systeme zur Erfassung der örtlichen Position zu einer gemeinsamen Anwendung zusammen zu fassen um damit dann eine Applikation zu erhalten, die schnell auf Kundenwünsche reagieren kann.
    LaufzeitDezember/2008 - Juli/2009
    Projektleitung
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Studiengang
  • Medizinische Informationstechnik
  • Through the actual implementation of on-line courses in real academic environments, we have been able to develop Moodle as an on-line platform to assist English language instructors at the company Globeskills, especially in the fields of Medical English and Technical English instruction. Multimedia (video and audio files) assignments, forums, on-line quizzes and tests, course administration of participants, interactive ad-hoc communication between instructors and students were primary examples of implementing this Blended Learning teaching approach. Each Moodle web page contains a number of embedded links that allow both students as well as lecturers/administrators to easily navigate between the many functions and layers of the platform. This increases the ease of learning the new system and user acceptance of the platform. The experience gained in developing this platform and testing in real-life educational environments has been transferred to GlobeSkills by working closely with the company over the period of the project. Additional testing is still required in establishing e-mail notification, instant messenger and chat platforms as well as fixing server bugs in terms of course back-ups and importing existing courses and corrected and identifying errors resulted in the imports. The on-line courses and server structure have been mirrored and implemented on a laptop provided by the company Globeskills for displaying the functionalities of Moodle to potential clients as well as for training purposes.
    LaufzeitAugust/2005 - Juli/2007
    Projektleitung
  • Jürgen Thierry
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Dominik Rauner-Reithmayer
  • Daniel Slamanig
  • Christian Stingl
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInformationstechnik
    Studiengang
  • Medizinische Informationstechnik
  • Die Aufgaben der Notfallmedizin sind, unter Einsatz von Notarztwagen (NAW) und Notarzthelikopter (NAH), Leben zu retten und die Folgen des vorhandenen gesundheitlichen Schadens zu limitieren. Der Notarzt analysiert die Situation, entscheidet über die Methoden der Erstversorgung und wählt weitere Versorgungsschritte, sowie das Zielkrankenhaus aus. Das, aus der gesetzlichen Protokollierungspflicht (Ärztegesetz §51) momentan schriftlich erstellte, Notfallprotokoll wird meist im Anschluss an die Übergabe des Patienten an das Zielkrankenhaus verfasst. Durch die sprachliche sequentielle Informationsweitergabe wird eine optimale Vorbereitung unmöglich macht und weitere therapeutische Maßnahmen verzögert. In vielen Fällen kann daraus die Vernachlässigung der ärztlichen Protokollierpflicht und eine nachhaltige Reduktion der Behandlungsqualität des Patienten resultieren.Ziel des Carinthian Notarzt-Informationssystems (CANIS) ist die Ermöglichung und Optimierung des Informationsflusses zwischen NAW/NAH und Krankenhaus, durch die Entwicklung einer notärztlichen, mobilen und standardisierten Protokollierung aller medizinisch relevanten Ereignisse. Diese umfassen alle klinischen, von Normwerten abweichenden, Vitalparameter vor Ort und auf dem Transport zum Schockraum. CANIS nimmt Daten mittels mobilen Erfassungsgeräten (rugged tablets PC, PDA, wearable equipment mit Spracheingabe) auf und überträgt diese mittels drahtloser Kommunikation (GPRS, UMTS) an ein Verteilerzentrum, informiert das Notfallteam vor Ort über das am Besten geeignete Krankenhaus, und übermittelt die relevanten Daten an den Schockraum der medizinischen Zieleinrichtung. Dort können bereits während des Transports die erforderlichen Ressourcen vorbereitet werden: Operationssaal, Modalitäten und Ärzteteams. Eine standardisierte, offene Schnittstelle (XML, HL7) bietet die Möglichkeit der Anbindung an bestehende und klinische Systeme.
    LaufzeitSeptember/2018 - August/2021
    Projektleitung
  • Katerina Sidiropulu Janku
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Regina Klein
  • Outi Sulopuisto
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • ForschungsschwerpunktGesundheitswissenschaften
    Studiengang
  • Gesundheit und Pflege
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+ Strategic Partnerships
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • <div>The TOBP project connects strategic partners to set new standards for skills recognition of prior learning for migrants in the field of Transcultural Early Life Family Care (TELFC). </div><div>It offers an answer to the lack of social cohesion and strengthens the integration possibilities of migrants. The main impacts are a) on young families with small children (from pregnancy up to the age of 6) in transition phases (double-layered transitions from pregnancy to young parenthood – from home to host country) to provide better services b) in relation to skills shortage because of a lack of professionalization in the field of Early Life Family Care (ELFC)&nbsp; towards transcultural competences. </div><div>The innovative job profile “transition mentor” is created to support the integration process of migrants and to professionalize the field of ELFC.&nbsp; Currently we face skill gaps and skills- shortage of well-trained professionals in TELFC that arises due to the growing number of migrant families. <br>Furthermore we are using new digital technologies (Open Badges) that are currently an expanding informal recognition tool within IT and the Business sector. These badges are integrated in an open badge platform with an added virtual learning environment, that a) enables migrants to validate their foreign qualifications (informal, non-formal and formal) to have more chances to find a job in the European Union and b) provides open access to gaining new skills and qualifications as transition mentor.<br>Methodically we are using Participatory Action Research (PAR), an innovative approach which represents a paradigm shift, giving members of marginalized groups a voice; thus offering a new perspective:&nbsp; their experiences, their everyday knowledge, and their cultural concepts can feed into the development process of TOBP.</div><div>The main outcome is the TOBPlatform, an open virtual validation and educational space that helps to educate much needed staff in ELFC and validates prior learning of migrants aspiring to become transition mentors in the field of ELFC. <br>The main activities relate to the development and production of 5 Intellectual Outputs, 4 Learning Teaching Training Activities, that are occurring in transition phases and 3 Multiplier Events will be used to disseminate&nbsp; project’s outcomes. Around 900 individuals are involved in the project as a primary target group, but our outputs have the potential and relevance to affect the whole ELFC sector. Especially with our interactive Inventory of Transcultural Transition Cases we provide the opportunity for HEI and VET professionals to use and store developed teaching cases. The establishment of a European Social Network on Transition Mentoring completes the actions and guarantees sustainability. The project’s innovative approach coupled with newly developed open technology will result in long term benefits for marginalized groups in Europe and helps to strengthen social cohesion through transnational validation of migrant’s knowledge, competences and transition skills.</div>
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitSeptember/2018 - August/2021
    Projektleitung
  • Katerina Sidiropulu Janku
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Regina Klein
  • Outi Sulopuisto
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • ForschungsschwerpunktGesundheitswissenschaften
    Studiengang
  • Gesundheit und Pflege
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+ Strategic Partnerships
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • <div>The TOBP project connects strategic partners to set new standards for skills recognition of prior learning for migrants in the field of Transcultural Early Life Family Care (TELFC). </div><div>It offers an answer to the lack of social cohesion and strengthens the integration possibilities of migrants. The main impacts are a) on young families with small children (from pregnancy up to the age of 6) in transition phases (double-layered transitions from pregnancy to young parenthood – from home to host country) to provide better services b) in relation to skills shortage because of a lack of professionalization in the field of Early Life Family Care (ELFC)&nbsp; towards transcultural competences. </div><div>The innovative job profile “transition mentor” is created to support the integration process of migrants and to professionalize the field of ELFC.&nbsp; Currently we face skill gaps and skills- shortage of well-trained professionals in TELFC that arises due to the growing number of migrant families. <br>Furthermore we are using new digital technologies (Open Badges) that are currently an expanding informal recognition tool within IT and the Business sector. These badges are integrated in an open badge platform with an added virtual learning environment, that a) enables migrants to validate their foreign qualifications (informal, non-formal and formal) to have more chances to find a job in the European Union and b) provides open access to gaining new skills and qualifications as transition mentor.<br>Methodically we are using Participatory Action Research (PAR), an innovative approach which represents a paradigm shift, giving members of marginalized groups a voice; thus offering a new perspective:&nbsp; their experiences, their everyday knowledge, and their cultural concepts can feed into the development process of TOBP.</div><div>The main outcome is the TOBPlatform, an open virtual validation and educational space that helps to educate much needed staff in ELFC and validates prior learning of migrants aspiring to become transition mentors in the field of ELFC. <br>The main activities relate to the development and production of 5 Intellectual Outputs, 4 Learning Teaching Training Activities, that are occurring in transition phases and 3 Multiplier Events will be used to disseminate&nbsp; project’s outcomes. Around 900 individuals are involved in the project as a primary target group, but our outputs have the potential and relevance to affect the whole ELFC sector. Especially with our interactive Inventory of Transcultural Transition Cases we provide the opportunity for HEI and VET professionals to use and store developed teaching cases. The establishment of a European Social Network on Transition Mentoring completes the actions and guarantees sustainability. The project’s innovative approach coupled with newly developed open technology will result in long term benefits for marginalized groups in Europe and helps to strengthen social cohesion through transnational validation of migrant’s knowledge, competences and transition skills.</div>
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitSeptember/2018 - August/2021
    Projektleitung
  • Katerina Sidiropulu Janku
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Regina Klein
  • Outi Sulopuisto
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • ForschungsschwerpunktGesundheitswissenschaften
    Studiengang
  • Gesundheit und Pflege
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+ Strategic Partnerships
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • <div>The TOBP project connects strategic partners to set new standards for skills recognition of prior learning for migrants in the field of Transcultural Early Life Family Care (TELFC). </div><div>It offers an answer to the lack of social cohesion and strengthens the integration possibilities of migrants. The main impacts are a) on young families with small children (from pregnancy up to the age of 6) in transition phases (double-layered transitions from pregnancy to young parenthood – from home to host country) to provide better services b) in relation to skills shortage because of a lack of professionalization in the field of Early Life Family Care (ELFC)&nbsp; towards transcultural competences. </div><div>The innovative job profile “transition mentor” is created to support the integration process of migrants and to professionalize the field of ELFC.&nbsp; Currently we face skill gaps and skills- shortage of well-trained professionals in TELFC that arises due to the growing number of migrant families. <br>Furthermore we are using new digital technologies (Open Badges) that are currently an expanding informal recognition tool within IT and the Business sector. These badges are integrated in an open badge platform with an added virtual learning environment, that a) enables migrants to validate their foreign qualifications (informal, non-formal and formal) to have more chances to find a job in the European Union and b) provides open access to gaining new skills and qualifications as transition mentor.<br>Methodically we are using Participatory Action Research (PAR), an innovative approach which represents a paradigm shift, giving members of marginalized groups a voice; thus offering a new perspective:&nbsp; their experiences, their everyday knowledge, and their cultural concepts can feed into the development process of TOBP.</div><div>The main outcome is the TOBPlatform, an open virtual validation and educational space that helps to educate much needed staff in ELFC and validates prior learning of migrants aspiring to become transition mentors in the field of ELFC. <br>The main activities relate to the development and production of 5 Intellectual Outputs, 4 Learning Teaching Training Activities, that are occurring in transition phases and 3 Multiplier Events will be used to disseminate&nbsp; project’s outcomes. Around 900 individuals are involved in the project as a primary target group, but our outputs have the potential and relevance to affect the whole ELFC sector. Especially with our interactive Inventory of Transcultural Transition Cases we provide the opportunity for HEI and VET professionals to use and store developed teaching cases. The establishment of a European Social Network on Transition Mentoring completes the actions and guarantees sustainability. The project’s innovative approach coupled with newly developed open technology will result in long term benefits for marginalized groups in Europe and helps to strengthen social cohesion through transnational validation of migrant’s knowledge, competences and transition skills.</div>
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitFebruar/2019 - Dezember/2019
    Projektleitung
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Vera Ratheiser
  • Ewald Harder
  • Christian Kreiter
  • Doris Elisabeth Neureiter
  • Antonina Hammermüller
  • ForschungsschwerpunktE-Learning
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammErstellung digitaler Lehr- und Lernmittel mit Citizen Science Methoden
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • OEAD - Österreichscher Akademischer Austauschdienst
  • <div>Im Zuge dieses Projekts soll am Beispiel des Gruppenkommandantenlehrgangs der österreichischen Feuerwehren eine interaktive Lehr- und Lernumgebung auf- und eingesetzt werden, die die Inhalte des Lehrgangs mittels Videos und interaktiven Inhalten aufbereitet. Als Plattform ist ein zu errichten-der Moodle-Server vorgesehen; die Fachhochschule Kärnten wird neben der Unterstützung bei der Erstellung der digitalen Inhalte auch Know-how zur Wartung der Plattform transferieren.<br>Das in diesem Projektumfang zu erwartende Endprodukt ist die Etablierung einer inverted-classroom-Methodik und -Umgebung für den Gruppenkommandantenlehrgang der Feuerwehr. Die über den Projektrahmen hinausreichende Perspektive sieht die Aufnahme dieser Methodik in das didaktische Rahmenprogramm der Feuerwehrschule und somit den Transfer dieser Methode auf andere Ausbildungsmodule vor.<br>Zusätzliche Erkenntnisse werden durch die Einbindung von Citizens in Form von Betroffenen eines Feuerwehreinsatzes (beispielsweise bei einem Brand oder einer Überschwemmung) gewährt. Der Einblick in die Erlebensperspektive der Betroffenen ermöglicht einen ganzheitlichen Blick auf ausge-wählte Katastrophenszenarien und deren Bekämpfung.<br>Substanzielle Verbesserungen in der Ausbildung der Gruppenkommandanten sind durch die Integra-tion der Erfahrungsberichte von Citizens als Betroffene zu erwarten. Die Lernenden erfahren dadurch einen Perspektivenwechsel und können anhand realer Fallbeispiele verschiedene Reaktionsmuster besser reflektieren. Das in diesem Projektansatz gewählte Setting bedingt einen Kreislauf zwischen Erkenntnisgewinn durch Bürgerbeteiligung (Betroffene) und Verbesserung des End-produkts (digitale Unterrichtsmaterialien und -umgebung).</div>
    • OEAD - Österreichscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitSeptember/2018 - August/2021
    Projektleitung
  • Katerina Sidiropulu Janku
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Regina Klein
  • Outi Sulopuisto
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • ForschungsschwerpunktGesundheitswissenschaften
    Studiengang
  • Gesundheit und Pflege
  • ForschungsprogrammErasmus+ Strategic Partnerships
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • <div>The TOBP project connects strategic partners to set new standards for skills recognition of prior learning for migrants in the field of Transcultural Early Life Family Care (TELFC). </div><div>It offers an answer to the lack of social cohesion and strengthens the integration possibilities of migrants. The main impacts are a) on young families with small children (from pregnancy up to the age of 6) in transition phases (double-layered transitions from pregnancy to young parenthood – from home to host country) to provide better services b) in relation to skills shortage because of a lack of professionalization in the field of Early Life Family Care (ELFC)&nbsp; towards transcultural competences. </div><div>The innovative job profile “transition mentor” is created to support the integration process of migrants and to professionalize the field of ELFC.&nbsp; Currently we face skill gaps and skills- shortage of well-trained professionals in TELFC that arises due to the growing number of migrant families. <br>Furthermore we are using new digital technologies (Open Badges) that are currently an expanding informal recognition tool within IT and the Business sector. These badges are integrated in an open badge platform with an added virtual learning environment, that a) enables migrants to validate their foreign qualifications (informal, non-formal and formal) to have more chances to find a job in the European Union and b) provides open access to gaining new skills and qualifications as transition mentor.<br>Methodically we are using Participatory Action Research (PAR), an innovative approach which represents a paradigm shift, giving members of marginalized groups a voice; thus offering a new perspective:&nbsp; their experiences, their everyday knowledge, and their cultural concepts can feed into the development process of TOBP.</div><div>The main outcome is the TOBPlatform, an open virtual validation and educational space that helps to educate much needed staff in ELFC and validates prior learning of migrants aspiring to become transition mentors in the field of ELFC. <br>The main activities relate to the development and production of 5 Intellectual Outputs, 4 Learning Teaching Training Activities, that are occurring in transition phases and 3 Multiplier Events will be used to disseminate&nbsp; project’s outcomes. Around 900 individuals are involved in the project as a primary target group, but our outputs have the potential and relevance to affect the whole ELFC sector. Especially with our interactive Inventory of Transcultural Transition Cases we provide the opportunity for HEI and VET professionals to use and store developed teaching cases. The establishment of a European Social Network on Transition Mentoring completes the actions and guarantees sustainability. The project’s innovative approach coupled with newly developed open technology will result in long term benefits for marginalized groups in Europe and helps to strengthen social cohesion through transnational validation of migrant’s knowledge, competences and transition skills.</div>
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitDezember/2013 - Dezember/2016
    Projektleitung
  • Andreas Pester
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Angelika Voutsinas
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInternationale Beziehungen
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammTEMPUS V, 544198-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-ES-TEMPUS-SMGR
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • This project began considering that internationalization can be tackled as a managerial issue that touches the structural functional domains of an organization. Conceptualizing internationalisation as an organizational change process is a necessary fi rst step toward successfully ingraining international dimensions into core functions of higher education institutions. The key deliverable of the project represents an internationalization Management model to be implemented, in partner Universities and able to be later used by other Universities. The model aims to improve governance procedures to promote and enhance internationalization within university hierarchy, set guidelines to establish appropriate legal framework, and create the required infrastructure for the implementation of internationalization. The model will include principles, priorities, a series of guidelines and procedures. The model will be in line with international norms and expectations particulary Bologna Process.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Universitat de Barcelona (Lead Partner)
    • Princess Sumaya University for Technology
    • Yarmouk University
    • Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research
    • CHE Consult GmbH
    LaufzeitDezember/2013 - Dezember/2016
    Projektleitung
  • Andreas Pester
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Ramona Georgiana Oros
  • Angelika Voutsinas
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInternationale Beziehungen
    Studiengang
  • Engineering und IT - Allgemein
  • ForschungsprogrammTEMPUS V, 544198-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-ES-TEMPUS-SMGR
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • This project began considering that internationalization can be tackled as a managerial issue that touches the structural functional domains of an organization. Conceptualizing internationalisation as an organizational change process is a necessary fi rst step toward successfully ingraining international dimensions into core functions of higher education institutions. The key deliverable of the project represents an internationalization Management model to be implemented, in partner Universities and able to be later used by other Universities. The model aims to improve governance procedures to promote and enhance internationalization within university hierarchy, set guidelines to establish appropriate legal framework, and create the required infrastructure for the implementation of internationalization. The model will include principles, priorities, a series of guidelines and procedures. The model will be in line with international norms and expectations particulary Bologna Process.
    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    • Universitat de Barcelona (Lead Partner)
    • Princess Sumaya University for Technology
    • Yarmouk University
    • Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research
    • CHE Consult GmbH
    LaufzeitJänner/2013 - März/2014
    Projektleitung
  • Johannes Sturm
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Phillip Bürger
  • Matthias Haselberger
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Erwin Ofner
  • Vincent Chi Zhang
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInformationssysteme
    Studiengang
  • Integrated Systems and Circuits Design
  • Das Projekt LocApps wurde als Kooperation der Studiengänge Integrated Systems and Circuits Design (ISCD) und Health Care IT (HCIT) durchgeführt. Ein Forschungsschwerpunkt des Studiengangs ISCD ist die Erforschung innovativer integrierter Sensortechnologien, insbesondere die Entwicklung integrierter Farbsensoren. Ein aktives Forschungsgebiet des Studiengangs HCIT ist die mobile medizinische Sensorik für den Heimbereich zur Unterstützung medizinischer Diagnostik sowie Tele-Monitoring zur aktiven Überwachung spezifischer Humanparameter. Die optimale Einbindung dieser Sensoren in den Tagesablauf der Patienten erfordert ein hohes Maß an Integration und Vernetzung sowie auch bio-medizinisches Know-How.Eine studiengangsübergreifende Kooperation auf diesen Forschungsschwerpunkten würde daher, in Zusammenarbeit mit Industriepartnern oder anwendungsorientierten Forschungseinrichtungen, die Realisierung neuer, innovativer bio-medizinischer Sensorlösungen ermöglichen.Das Ziel des LocApps Projektes ist die Erarbeitung einer Machbarkeits- sowie Marktanalyse für die Entwicklung medizinischer "Lab-on-chip" Anwendungen sowie die Identifikation potentieller Kooperationspartner für ein in weiterer Folge geplantes Drittmittelprojekt.
    LaufzeitJänner/2013 - Jänner/2014
    Projektleitung
  • Johannes Sturm
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Erwin Ofner
  • Vincent Chi Zhang
  • Matthias Haselberger
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Phillip Bürger
  • ForschungsschwerpunktMikroelektronik
    Studiengänge
  • Medizinische Informationstechnik
  • Systems Engineering
  • ForschungsprogrammZentrale Forschungsförderung - ZFF 2012
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • eb&p Umweltbüro GmbH
  • The proposed project will combine the research interests of two curricula in the faculty Engineering &amp; IT of FH-K&#228;rnten/Carinthia University of Applied Sciences: ISCD – Integrated Systems and Circuits Design and Health Care IT (HC IT). The project is part of the R&amp;D strategies of both curricula and also fully in line with the long term R&amp;D strategy of FH-K&#228;rnten (development of sustainable technologies). ISCD researchers [1-3] have been working on a cooperative project (COSMOS, 4/2011 – 3/2013) to develop an innovative integrated color sensor. Health Care IT researchers are working on themes of ambient-assisted living and are focusing on the development of mobile supported devices, tele-monitoring, home-based training systems to improve physical fitness, methods to support rehabilitation activities, etc. Of special interest is the development of non-invasive medical home appliances, which require a high level of miniaturization and/or integration.
    • eb&p Umweltbüro GmbH (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    LaufzeitMai/2009 - Dezember/2010
    Projektleitung
  • Claudia Pacher
  • Matthias Haselberger
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Mario Wehr
  • ForschungsschwerpunktNavigationssysteme
    Studiengang
  • Medizinische Informationstechnik
  • ForschungsprogrammFFG COIN/era-SME 4. Ausschreibung, FFG-Projektnr. 821284
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • FFG - Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft
  • SCALA bezieht sich auf die Entwicklung eines gemeinsamen Software- Standards, den sogenannten "Convergence Layer". Diese Software Applikation hat die Aufgabe, die vorhandenen Systeme zur Erfassung der örtlichen Position zu einer gemeinsamen Anwendung zusammen zu fassen um damit dann eine Applikation zu erhalten, die schnell auf Kundenwünsche reagieren kann.
    LaufzeitDezember/2008 - Juli/2009
    Projektleitung
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Studiengang
  • Medizinische Informationstechnik
  • Through the actual implementation of on-line courses in real academic environments, we have been able to develop Moodle as an on-line platform to assist English language instructors at the company Globeskills, especially in the fields of Medical English and Technical English instruction. Multimedia (video and audio files) assignments, forums, on-line quizzes and tests, course administration of participants, interactive ad-hoc communication between instructors and students were primary examples of implementing this Blended Learning teaching approach. Each Moodle web page contains a number of embedded links that allow both students as well as lecturers/administrators to easily navigate between the many functions and layers of the platform. This increases the ease of learning the new system and user acceptance of the platform. The experience gained in developing this platform and testing in real-life educational environments has been transferred to GlobeSkills by working closely with the company over the period of the project. Additional testing is still required in establishing e-mail notification, instant messenger and chat platforms as well as fixing server bugs in terms of course back-ups and importing existing courses and corrected and identifying errors resulted in the imports. The on-line courses and server structure have been mirrored and implemented on a laptop provided by the company Globeskills for displaying the functionalities of Moodle to potential clients as well as for training purposes.
    LaufzeitAugust/2005 - Juli/2007
    Projektleitung
  • Jürgen Thierry
  • Projektmitarbeiter/innen
  • Marvin Hoffland
  • Dominik Rauner-Reithmayer
  • Daniel Slamanig
  • Christian Stingl
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInformationstechnik
    Studiengang
  • Medizinische Informationstechnik
  • Die Aufgaben der Notfallmedizin sind, unter Einsatz von Notarztwagen (NAW) und Notarzthelikopter (NAH), Leben zu retten und die Folgen des vorhandenen gesundheitlichen Schadens zu limitieren. Der Notarzt analysiert die Situation, entscheidet über die Methoden der Erstversorgung und wählt weitere Versorgungsschritte, sowie das Zielkrankenhaus aus. Das, aus der gesetzlichen Protokollierungspflicht (Ärztegesetz §51) momentan schriftlich erstellte, Notfallprotokoll wird meist im Anschluss an die Übergabe des Patienten an das Zielkrankenhaus verfasst. Durch die sprachliche sequentielle Informationsweitergabe wird eine optimale Vorbereitung unmöglich macht und weitere therapeutische Maßnahmen verzögert. In vielen Fällen kann daraus die Vernachlässigung der ärztlichen Protokollierpflicht und eine nachhaltige Reduktion der Behandlungsqualität des Patienten resultieren.Ziel des Carinthian Notarzt-Informationssystems (CANIS) ist die Ermöglichung und Optimierung des Informationsflusses zwischen NAW/NAH und Krankenhaus, durch die Entwicklung einer notärztlichen, mobilen und standardisierten Protokollierung aller medizinisch relevanten Ereignisse. Diese umfassen alle klinischen, von Normwerten abweichenden, Vitalparameter vor Ort und auf dem Transport zum Schockraum. CANIS nimmt Daten mittels mobilen Erfassungsgeräten (rugged tablets PC, PDA, wearable equipment mit Spracheingabe) auf und überträgt diese mittels drahtloser Kommunikation (GPRS, UMTS) an ein Verteilerzentrum, informiert das Notfallteam vor Ort über das am Besten geeignete Krankenhaus, und übermittelt die relevanten Daten an den Schockraum der medizinischen Zieleinrichtung. Dort können bereits während des Transports die erforderlichen Ressourcen vorbereitet werden: Operationssaal, Modalitäten und Ärzteteams. Eine standardisierte, offene Schnittstelle (XML, HL7) bietet die Möglichkeit der Anbindung an bestehende und klinische Systeme.
    Artikel in Zeitschriften
    TitelAutorJahr
    Letter from the Chair-Elect ESP NEWS - The Newsletter of the English for Specific Purposes Interest Section, (Oct. 2017)Hoffland, M.2017
    HOW TO INTEGRATE ESP-RELATED VIDEOS INTO AN ACADEMIC WRITING ASSIGNMENT USING MOODLE ESP NEWS - The Newsletter of the English for Specific Purposes Interest Section, (Oct 2016)Hoffland, M.2016
    IMPLEMENTING AN ESP PRESENTATION PROJECT IN MOODLE ESP NEWS - The Newsletter of the English for Specific Purposes Interest SectionHoffland, M.2013
    The Effects of Japanese Exports on Wholesale Beef and Live Cattle Prices. Applied Commodity Price Analysis, Forecasting and Market Risk Management, 1995:148-169Hoffland, M., Hayenga, M., Hayes, D.1995

    Buchbeiträge
    TitelAutorJahr
    Inexpensive, Effective ESP Material Development for the EFL Classroom. In: S. Rilling and M. Dantas-Whitney (Hrsg.), Authenticity in the Language Classroom and Beyond: Adult Learners, Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Alexandria, VI, USAHoffland, M., Jochum, O.2009

    Konferenzbeiträge
    TitelAutorJahr
    Videos for the ESP Learner: Conceptualize, Create, and Adapt in: TESOL 2019 International Convention & English Language Expo, 12-15 Mar 2019, Atlanta, GA, USAHoffland, M.2019
    EAP/ESP and Higher Education in: International Symposium on Teaching Languages for Specific and Academic Purposes in Higher Education, 29-29 Jun 2018, Bozen, ItlayHoffland, M.2018
    EFL and ESP: Programs, Connections and Contextual Experiences in: TESOL 2018 International Convention & English Language Expo, 27-30 Mar 2018, Chicago, IL, USAHoffland, M.2018
    ESP Material and Curriculum Development in Technical/Engineering Fields in: TESOL 2018 International Convention & English Language Expo, 27-30 Mar 2018, Chicago, IL, USAHoffland, M.2018
    Integrating Video and Digital Media in the ESP Classroom and Moodle in: 8th Austrian UAS Language Instructors' Conference, 20-21 May 2016, Graz, AustriaHoffland, M.2016
    One-Size-Fits One: Incorporating Technology Into ESP Courses in: TESOL 2016 International Convention & English Language Expo, 05-08 Apr 2016, Baltimore, MD, USAHoffland, M.2016
    Utilizing Moodle in the ESP Classroom to Create Activity Workflows in: TESOL 2016 International Convention & English Language Expo, 05-08 Apr 2016, Baltimore, MD, USAHoffland, M.2016
    Utilizing Moodle as Your One-Stop Shop in the ESP Classroom in: TESOL 2015 International Convention & English Language Expo, 25-28 Mar 2015, Toronto, CanadaHoffland, M.2015
    Utilizing Moodle to develop classroom workflows in: MoodleMoot Austria 2015, 07-08 May 2015, Hagenberg, AustriaHoffland, M.2015
    Exploring the Diversity of ESP and Building an Inclusive Community in: TESOL 2014 International Convention & English Language Expo, 26-29 Mar 2014, Portland, OR, USAHoffland, M.2014
    Integrating Digital Media in Moodle supported ESP Classroom in: TESOL 2013 International Convention & English Language Expo, 19-23 Mar 2013, Dallas, TX, USAHoffland, M.2013
    EMP multimedia material development for medical informatics/engineering students in Austria in: TESOL 2012 International Convention & English Language Expo, 28-31 Mar 2012, Philadelphia, PA, USAHoffland, M.2012
    ESP-IS Academic Session: Exploring for Excellence in EMP Practice in: TESOL 2012 International Convention & English Language Expo, 28-31 Mar 2012, Philadelphia, PA, USAHoffland, M.2012
    Integrating a MOODLE-Based CMS in Tertiary Level ESP/EFL Programs in: New Technologies - Old Teaching Methods? - 6th Austrian UAS Language Instructors' Conference, May 2010, Vienna, Austria, S. 55-68, Dept. of Humanities, UAS Technikum WienHoffland, M.2010
    ESP Curriculum Development in Austria's University of Applied Sciences Sector in: TESOL 2009, Mar 2009, Denver, CO, USAHoffland, M.2009
    Integrating a MOODLE-Based CMS in Tertiary Level ESP/EFL Programs in: TESOL 2009, Mar 2009, Denver, CO, USAHoffland, M.2009
    "Autheniticizing" Jobs Interviews and Résumé Writing in an EFL/ESL setting in: TESOL 2008, Apr 2008, New York, NY, USAHoffland, M.2008
    Integrating Medical/Technical ESP Multimedia Material in the EFL Tertiary classroom in: TESOL 2008, Apr 2008, New York, NY, USAHoffland, M.2008
    ESP Materials Development in Tertiary EFL Settings in: TESOL 2007, Mar 2007, Seattle, WA, USAHoffland, M., Jochum, O.2007
    Curriculum Development and Adaptation in Tertiary ESP/EFL in: TESOL 2006, Mar 2006, Tampa, FL, USAHoffland, M., Jochum, O., Hutchings, E.2006
    Real World ESP in Higher Education in: TESOL 2005, Apr 2005, San Antonio, TX, USAHoffland, M., Jochum, O., Hutchings, E.2005

    sonstige Publikationen
    TitelAutorJahr
    ESP Project Leader Profile: Marvin Hoffland TESOL International Association Leadership ESP Project Leader Profile BlogHoffland, M.2015

    Konferenzbeiträge
    TitelAutorJahr
    Videos for the ESP Learner: Conceptualize, Create, and Adapt in: TESOL 2019 International Convention & English Language Expo, 12-15 Mar 2019, Atlanta, GA, USAHoffland, M.2019

    Konferenzbeiträge
    TitelAutorJahr
    EAP/ESP and Higher Education in: International Symposium on Teaching Languages for Specific and Academic Purposes in Higher Education, 29-29 Jun 2018, Bozen, ItlayHoffland, M.2018
    EFL and ESP: Programs, Connections and Contextual Experiences in: TESOL 2018 International Convention & English Language Expo, 27-30 Mar 2018, Chicago, IL, USAHoffland, M.2018
    ESP Material and Curriculum Development in Technical/Engineering Fields in: TESOL 2018 International Convention & English Language Expo, 27-30 Mar 2018, Chicago, IL, USAHoffland, M.2018

    Artikel in Zeitschriften
    TitelAutorJahr
    Letter from the Chair-Elect ESP NEWS - The Newsletter of the English for Specific Purposes Interest Section, (Oct. 2017)Hoffland, M.2017

    Artikel in Zeitschriften
    TitelAutorJahr
    HOW TO INTEGRATE ESP-RELATED VIDEOS INTO AN ACADEMIC WRITING ASSIGNMENT USING MOODLE ESP NEWS - The Newsletter of the English for Specific Purposes Interest Section, (Oct 2016)Hoffland, M.2016

    Konferenzbeiträge
    TitelAutorJahr
    Integrating Video and Digital Media in the ESP Classroom and Moodle in: 8th Austrian UAS Language Instructors' Conference, 20-21 May 2016, Graz, AustriaHoffland, M.2016
    One-Size-Fits One: Incorporating Technology Into ESP Courses in: TESOL 2016 International Convention & English Language Expo, 05-08 Apr 2016, Baltimore, MD, USAHoffland, M.2016
    Utilizing Moodle in the ESP Classroom to Create Activity Workflows in: TESOL 2016 International Convention & English Language Expo, 05-08 Apr 2016, Baltimore, MD, USAHoffland, M.2016

    Konferenzbeiträge
    TitelAutorJahr
    Utilizing Moodle as Your One-Stop Shop in the ESP Classroom in: TESOL 2015 International Convention & English Language Expo, 25-28 Mar 2015, Toronto, CanadaHoffland, M.2015
    Utilizing Moodle to develop classroom workflows in: MoodleMoot Austria 2015, 07-08 May 2015, Hagenberg, AustriaHoffland, M.2015

    sonstige Publikationen
    TitelAutorJahr
    ESP Project Leader Profile: Marvin Hoffland TESOL International Association Leadership ESP Project Leader Profile BlogHoffland, M.2015

    Artikel in Zeitschriften
    TitelAutorJahr
    IMPLEMENTING AN ESP PRESENTATION PROJECT IN MOODLE ESP NEWS - The Newsletter of the English for Specific Purposes Interest SectionHoffland, M.2013
    The Effects of Japanese Exports on Wholesale Beef and Live Cattle Prices. Applied Commodity Price Analysis, Forecasting and Market Risk Management, 1995:148-169Hoffland, M., Hayenga, M., Hayes, D.1995

    Buchbeiträge
    TitelAutorJahr
    Inexpensive, Effective ESP Material Development for the EFL Classroom. In: S. Rilling and M. Dantas-Whitney (Hrsg.), Authenticity in the Language Classroom and Beyond: Adult Learners, Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Alexandria, VI, USAHoffland, M., Jochum, O.2009

    Konferenzbeiträge
    TitelAutorJahr
    Exploring the Diversity of ESP and Building an Inclusive Community in: TESOL 2014 International Convention & English Language Expo, 26-29 Mar 2014, Portland, OR, USAHoffland, M.2014
    Integrating Digital Media in Moodle supported ESP Classroom in: TESOL 2013 International Convention & English Language Expo, 19-23 Mar 2013, Dallas, TX, USAHoffland, M.2013
    EMP multimedia material development for medical informatics/engineering students in Austria in: TESOL 2012 International Convention & English Language Expo, 28-31 Mar 2012, Philadelphia, PA, USAHoffland, M.2012
    ESP-IS Academic Session: Exploring for Excellence in EMP Practice in: TESOL 2012 International Convention & English Language Expo, 28-31 Mar 2012, Philadelphia, PA, USAHoffland, M.2012
    Integrating a MOODLE-Based CMS in Tertiary Level ESP/EFL Programs in: New Technologies - Old Teaching Methods? - 6th Austrian UAS Language Instructors' Conference, May 2010, Vienna, Austria, S. 55-68, Dept. of Humanities, UAS Technikum WienHoffland, M.2010
    ESP Curriculum Development in Austria's University of Applied Sciences Sector in: TESOL 2009, Mar 2009, Denver, CO, USAHoffland, M.2009
    Integrating a MOODLE-Based CMS in Tertiary Level ESP/EFL Programs in: TESOL 2009, Mar 2009, Denver, CO, USAHoffland, M.2009
    "Autheniticizing" Jobs Interviews and Résumé Writing in an EFL/ESL setting in: TESOL 2008, Apr 2008, New York, NY, USAHoffland, M.2008
    Integrating Medical/Technical ESP Multimedia Material in the EFL Tertiary classroom in: TESOL 2008, Apr 2008, New York, NY, USAHoffland, M.2008
    ESP Materials Development in Tertiary EFL Settings in: TESOL 2007, Mar 2007, Seattle, WA, USAHoffland, M., Jochum, O.2007
    Curriculum Development and Adaptation in Tertiary ESP/EFL in: TESOL 2006, Mar 2006, Tampa, FL, USAHoffland, M., Jochum, O., Hutchings, E.2006
    Real World ESP in Higher Education in: TESOL 2005, Apr 2005, San Antonio, TX, USAHoffland, M., Jochum, O., Hutchings, E.2005


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