For quite some time now, it has been necessary to familiarize oneself with a new subject area in an ever shorter time in order to solve current problems promptly - and by applying the acquired knowledge. In the sense of the keyword lifelong learning, we no longer learn everything we need to know later in our jobs or everyday life, at school or in training, but we actually learn parallel to our everyday work.
How can this process of lifelong learning be optimally supported? How can the necessary information be provided in a timely and context-centered manner?
Our goal is to provide learning opportunities in a timely and practical manner so that they can be used immediately to solve problems.
Currently we are looking at:
- Coupling of assistance and learning systems
- Integration of informal learning
- Cooperative knowledge transfer
- Mobile assistance and mobile learning
Linking of assistance and learning systems
When dealing with complex problems, such as the evaluation of radar satellite images, several assistance and help systems are usually used to support the user in his work and provide him with information.