The Team

Information about the participating institutes and individuals

More detailed Information on the four participating institutions and the scientists participating in the joint research project.

The joint research project partners of DATAFIED. F. l. t. r.: Jasmin Troeger (GEI), Sieglinde Jornitz (DIP), Sigrid Hartong (HSU), Annekatrin Bock (GEI), Andreas Breiter (ifib), Felicitas Macgilchrist (GEI), Vito Dabisch (HSU), Irina Zakharova (ifib), Angelina Lange (ifib), Juliane Jarke (ifib), Tjark Raabe (ifib), Ben Mayer (DIPF).

HSU | Helmut Schmidt University – University of the Bundeswehr Hamburg

HSU is one of two universities in Germany, which serve the scientific and academic education of officers. It carries out its tasks through research, teaching and further education in the autonomy guaranteed by the executing agency and the Free Hanseatic City of Hamburg. With its research infrastructure, it strengthens Hamburg as academic city.

The HSU develops study and extended education opportunities according to the state of the science as well as the need for leaders in the military, economy and society. In its research and teaching, it emphasises and opens up to possibilities of interdisciplinarity in the natural sciences and engineering along with economics, the humanities and social sciences.

The HSU is characterised by openness both internally and externally and is guided by the goal of providing education through science, for the 21st century.

Prof. Dr. Sigrid Hartong and Vito Darbisch from the HSU taking part in the joint research project. They work together on Subproject 1: School authorities and school.

ifib | Institute for Information Management Bremen GmbH

The ifib is a non-profit affiliated institute of the University of Bremen. Main focus of the Research and consulting activities is the handling of information and information technology in different application contexts. These includes the shaping of information flows and new forms of cooperation across organisational boundaries. The ifib offers extensive expertise in the evaluation of activities, to promote media competence, including their organisational embedding, as well as in the formative evaluation of different software environments and in the evaluation of the creation and use of learning materials for use in vocational qualification. The ifib was and is engaged in various bmbf projects about the use of media in vocational education and training.

Prof. Dr. Andreas Breiter, Prof. Dr. Juliane Jarke, Angelina Lange, Irina Zakharova and Tjark Raabe are taking part in the project for the Institute for Information Management Bremen. In subproject 2 they deal with school management and school information systems.

Leibniz Institute for Educational Media |
Georg Eckert Institute (GEI)

The GEI …

… conducts researches on the production, content and adaptation of educational media in schools in their socio-cultural, political, economic and historical contexts.

…provides unique research infrastructures based on research, digital and on-site. At its core is world’s most expansive international textbook collection.

…provides transfer services from a critical research perspective for national and international educational practice, educational media production and educational policy.

Research, research infrastructures and knowledge transfer are consistently interrelated in the work of the GEI. As a non-university institution that conducts and facilitates educational media research equally, the Leibniz Institute for Educational Media | Georg Eckert Institute has developed into an international reference centre in this field.

Dr. Annekatrin Bock, Prof. Dr. Felicitas Macgilchrist and Jasmin Troeger are working for the GEI on the Subproject 3: Digital Learning Software and Education.

DIPF | Leibniz-Institute for educational research and information

DIPF contributes with empirical educational research, digital infrastructure and targeted knowledge transfer to overcome challenges in the education system. The knowledge developed and documented by the DIPF supports science, politics and practice in the field of education – for the benefit of society.

Dr. Sieglinde Jornitz and Ben Mayer are working for the Leibnitz Institute for Educational Research and Information on the fourth subproject with teachers and students in class.