Rob Koper mainly focuses on Educational technology, Multimedia, Lifelong learning, IMS Learning Design and Knowledge management. His work carried out in the field of Educational technology brings together such families of science as Experiential learning, Active learning, Open learning and Learning design. The Multimedia study combines topics in areas such as E-learning and Personalization.
Rob Koper combines subjects such as Mathematics education, Curriculum, World Wide Web and Software agent with his study of Lifelong learning. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social psychology, Game mechanics, Software portability and Interoperability. His work on Project team as part of general Knowledge management study is frequently linked to Accountability, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Multimedia, Educational technology, IMS Learning Design, Knowledge management and Lifelong learning are his primary areas of study. His work in Multimedia addresses issues such as E-learning, which are connected to fields such as Distance education. Within one scientific family, Rob Koper focuses on topics pertaining to Synchronous learning under Educational technology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Collaborative learning.
In his study, Software is strongly linked to Software engineering, which falls under the umbrella field of IMS Learning Design. His work on Knowledge sharing and Virtual team as part of general Knowledge management research is frequently linked to Reward system, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His study in Lifelong learning is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Employability and Learning network.
Rob Koper spends much of his time researching Knowledge management, Multimedia, World Wide Web, Educational technology and Informal learning. His Knowledge management research integrates issues from Lifelong learning, Online identity, Learning sciences and Interpersonal communication. His studies deal with areas such as Teaching method, Usability, Interoperability, IMS Learning Design and Nice as well as Multimedia.
IMS Learning Design is a primary field of his research addressed under Learning design. As part of the same scientific family, Rob Koper usually focuses on World Wide Web, concentrating on Reuse and intersecting with Educational resources. His Educational technology study results in a more complete grasp of Mathematics education.
His primary areas of investigation include Educational technology, Knowledge management, Multimedia, World Wide Web and Recommender system. His research integrates issues of Computer-mediated communication, Cognitive models of information retrieval, Synchronous learning and Data science in his study of Educational technology. His study looks at the intersection of Synchronous learning and topics like Collaborative learning with IMS Learning Design.
His Knowledge management research includes elements of Experiential learning, Learning sciences and Open learning. His Multimedia study which covers Teaching method that intersects with Mobile device and Language acquisition. His work in the fields of Recommender system, such as Collaborative filtering, overlaps with other areas such as The arts.
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An Introduction to Learning Design
Modeling units of study from a pedagogical perspective: the pedagogical meta-model behind EML
Learning Design: A Handbook on Modelling and Delivering Networked Education and Training
Rob Koper;Colin Tattersall.
Representing the learning design of units of learning
Rob Koper;Bill Olivier.
Educational Technology & Society (2004)
Recommender Systems in Technology Enhanced Learning
Nikos Manouselis;Hendrik Drachsler;Riina Vuorikari;Hans G. K. Hummel.
Recommender Systems Handbook (2011)
Modeling units of learning from a pedagogical perspective
Rob Koper;René Van Es.
Integrated E-Learning: Implications for Pedagogy, Technology and Organization
Wim Jochems;Jeroen Van Merrienboer;Rob Koper.
Personal recommender systems for learners in lifelong learning networks: the requirements, techniques and model
Hendrik Drachsler;Hans G. K. Hummel;Rob Koper.
The international journal of learning (2008)
Wim Jochems;Jeroen Van Merriënboer;Rob Koper.
Use of the Semantic Web to Solve Some Basic Problems in Education : Increase flexible, distributed lifelong learning; decrease teacher's workload
Journal of interactive media in education (2004)
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