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Prof. Dr. Michele Notari

Dozent

Institut Sekundarstufe I

+41 31 309 24 67

+41 31 309 24 67
Fachinteressen
  • Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
  • Collaborative writing
  • Project-based learning
Aus- und Weiterbildung
  • Master in Educational Technology
  • Studium der Biologie
  • Studium der Informatik
Kommissionen, Mandate und Mitgliedschaften
  • Hauptexperte der Fachmaturitätskommission des Kantons Bern
Publikationen

OLPC-schweiz: Visionen, Ziele, Aktivitäten

Notari, Michele (2008). OLPC-schweiz: Visionen, Ziele, Aktivitäten. Interface. (1), 17-21.

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Exploring Immersive Language Learning Using Virtual Reality

Notari, Michele; Wong, Gary (2018). Exploring Immersive Language Learning Using Virtual Reality. In: Scector, M.; Lockee, B.; Childress, M. (Hrsg.), Spector M., Lockee B., Childress M. (eds) Learning, Design, and Technology (28-34). Cham: Springer Cham.

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Why is Media Wiki not (yet) the ideal Wiki-engine for (formal) educational settings?

Notari, Michele (2007). Why is Media Wiki not (yet) the ideal Wiki-engine for (formal) educational settings?. Wikimania 2007: The international Wikimedia Conference. 231-233.

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Stochastic Resonance Training Improves Balance and Musculoskeletal Well-Being in Office Workers: A Controlled Preventive Intervention Study

Faes, Yannick; Maguire, Claire; Notari, Michele; Elfering, Achim (2018). Stochastic Resonance Training Improves Balance and Musculoskeletal Well-Being in Office Workers: A Controlled Preventive Intervention Study. Rehabilitation Research and Practice. 1 (1), 1-9.

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Scripting strategies in computer supported collaborative learning environments

Notari, Michele; Schneider, D. K. (2004). Scripting strategies in computer supported collaborative learning environments. In: Méndez-Vilas, A.; Mesa González, J. A.; Mesa González, J. (Hrsg.), Advances in Technology-Based Education: Toward a Knowledge-Based Society (534-540). Badajoz, Spain: Junta de Extremadura, Consejería de Educación, Ciencia y Tecnología.

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The impact of the distribution of social skills within learning groups in a CSCL-setting. An empirical pilot study

Notari, Michele; Baumgartner, Adrian (2010). The impact of the distribution of social skills within learning groups in a CSCL-setting. An empirical pilot study. In: Gomez, Kimberly; Lyons, Leilah; Radinsky, Joshua (Hrsg.), Learning in the Disciplines. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS 2010). Short Papers, Symposia, and Selected Abstracts (288-290). Chicago: International Society of the Learning Sciences.

Internet at school

Notari, Michele (2002). Internet at school. School net guide eLearning. (3).

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Visualizing learning processes using Didactic Process Maps

Döbeli, Beat; Notari, Michele (2011). Visualizing learning processes using Didactic Process Maps. In: Kohls, Christian; Wedekind, Joachim (Hrsg.), Investigations of E-Learning Patterns: Context Factors, Problems and Solutions (275-295). Hershey: IGI Global.

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The impact of computer supported written communication in a collaborative project based learning scenario

Notari, Michele (2009). The impact of computer supported written communication in a collaborative project based learning scenario. Proceedings of the 9th international conference on Computer supported collaborative learning. 264-266.

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Over-computing CSCL macro scripts? Gaining flexibility by using WikiPlus instead of specialized tools for authoring macro scripts

Döbeli, Beat; Notari, Michele (2009). Over-computing CSCL macro scripts? Gaining flexibility by using WikiPlus instead of specialized tools for authoring macro scripts. CSCL'09 Proceedings of the 9th international conference on Computer supported collaborative learning – Volume 1. 482-486.

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Social skills as predictors of satisfaction and performance in a project-based learning CSCL environment: An empirical study

Notari, Michele; Baumgartner, Adrian (2011). Social skills as predictors of satisfaction and performance in a project-based learning CSCL environment: An empirical study. In: Spada, Hans; Stahl, Gerry; Miyake, Naomi; Law, Nancy (Hrsg.), Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice. CSCL 2011 Conference Proceedings (601-605). Hong Kong: International Society of the Learning Sciences.

Electronic messaging in collaborative e-learning environments. A method to assess two key factors of communication quality: HCI and language

Notari, Michele; Minder, Stefan (2008). Electronic messaging in collaborative e-learning environments. A method to assess two key factors of communication quality: HCI and language. Proceeding of World Conference on Educational Media, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (ED-Media). 1098-1103.

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Collaborative Learning of translation: The case of Trans Wiki in Macao

Vencatesan, H., Bhiuk– Aghai, R. P., Notari, Michele (2014). Collaborative Learning of translation: The case of Trans Wiki in Macao. Proceedings of Wikisym, ACM. 200 -204.

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Wie kann so wenig so viel bewirken? Eine Erfolgsstory von Wikis im Unterricht

Notari, Michele (2008). Wie kann so wenig so viel bewirken? Eine Erfolgsstory von Wikis im Unterricht. Kaiserslautern: Deutscher Veren zur Förderung des mathematischen und naturwissenschaftlichen Unt.

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Why Do Some Students Become More Engaged in Collaborative Wiki Writing? The Role of Sense of Relatedness

Law, W. , King, R. B., Notari, Michele, Cheng, E. W. , Chu, S. (2014). Why Do Some Students Become More Engaged in Collaborative Wiki Writing? The Role of Sense of Relatedness. Proceedings of Wikisym, ACM. 230-234.

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Didactic Process Map Language: Visualisieren von Unterrichtsszenarien als Planungs-, Reflexions, und Evaluationshilfe

Notari, Michele (2007). Didactic Process Map Language: Visualisieren von Unterrichtsszenarien als Planungs-, Reflexions, und Evaluationshilfe. In: Merkt, M.; Mayrberger, K.; Schulmeister, R.; Sommer, A.; van den Berk, I. (Hrsg.), Medien in der Wissenschaft Band 44 (416). Münster: Waxmann Verlag.

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Affordances, Approaches and Challenges for Blended, Technology– enhanced Learning: Present and Future Development

Martin, S. ; Notari, Michele (2014). Affordances, Approaches and Challenges for Blended, Technology– enhanced Learning: Present and Future Development. Educational Research and Evaluation: An international Journal on Theory and Practice. 20, 7-8.

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How to Use a Wiki in Education: ‘Wiki based Effective Constructive Learning’

Notari, Michele (2006). How to Use a Wiki in Education: ‘Wiki based Effective Constructive Learning’. Wikisym 2006: International Symposium on Wikis Odense DK. 131-132.

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21st Century Skills Development Through Inquiry-based Learning: From Theory to Practice

Chu, S; Reinolds, R.; Notari, Michele (2016). 21st Century Skills Development Through Inquiry-based Learning: From Theory to Practice. New York: Springer.

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The Wiki-Way of Learning, English edition

Notari, Michele; Reinolds, R; Chu, S ; Doebeli, B (2016). The Wiki-Way of Learning, English edition. USA: ALA Editors.

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Wiki: an archetypical tool for collaborative learning in the digital age

Notari, Michele; Döbeli, Beat (2011). Wiki: an archetypical tool for collaborative learning in the digital age. In: Bocconi, Stefania; Trentin, Guglielmo (Hrsg.), Wiki supporting formal and informal learning (21-40). New York: Nova Publishers.

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Educational App ontology

Notari, Michele; Hielscher, Michael (2015). Educational App ontology. In: Churchil, D.; Lu, D.; Chu, T; Fox, B. (Hrsg.), In Mobile learning Design, Theories and Applications (120-128). Hong Kong: Springer.

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Computer Generated Voice-Over in a Medical E-Learning Application: The Impact on Factual Learning Outcome

Minder, Stefan; Notari, Michele, Schmitz, Felix; Hofer, Rainer; Woermann, Ulrich (2012). Computer Generated Voice-Over in a Medical E-Learning Application: The Impact on Factual Learning Outcome. Journal of Universal computer Science. 18 (3), 314-326.

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Educational App ontology

Notari, Michele; Hielscher, Michael; King, Mark (2015). Educational App ontology. In: Churchill, D.; Lu, J.; Chu, T.; Fox, B. (Hrsg.), Mobile learning Design: Theories and Application (108 -116). New York: Springer.

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Social skills as predictors of communication, performance and quality of collaboration in project-based learning

Notari, Michele; Baumgartner, A.; Herzog, W. (2013). Social skills as predictors of communication, performance and quality of collaboration in project-based learning. Journal of computer assisted learning. 30 (2), 132-147.

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Personal biometric information from wearable technology tracked and followed using an ePortfolio. A case study of eHealth literacy development with emerging technology in Hong Kong higher education

Notari, Michele; Tsobko, T.; Churchill, D. (2016). Personal biometric information from wearable technology tracked and followed using an ePortfolio. A case study of eHealth literacy development with emerging technology in Hong Kong higher education. Proceedings of the Mobile Learning International conference IADIS in Portugal. 247 - 253.

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Individual and group level expressions of social skills as predictors of satisfaction & performance

Notari, Michele; Baumgartner, Adrian (2011). Individual and group level expressions of social skills as predictors of satisfaction & performance. Proceedings of a conference (International Conference: Education for a Global Networked Society). 345-348.

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Using wearable devices to acquire new literacies. A new pedagogical approach of situated individual feedback coming from the Activity Trackers and reflected upon in the ePortfolio

Notari, Michele; Tsobko, T.; Churchill, D. (2016). Using wearable devices to acquire new literacies. A new pedagogical approach of situated individual feedback coming from the Activity Trackers and reflected upon in the ePortfolio. The 2016 International Mobile Learning Festival (IML 2016), Bangkok, Thailand, 27-28 May 2016. 112 -118.

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Learning in an active collaborative space

Notari, Michele (2009). Learning in an active collaborative space. In: Ebner, Martin; Schiefner, Mandy (Hrsg.), Looking toward the Future of Technology-Enhanced Education: Ubiquitous Learning and the Digital Native (275-294). Hershey USA: IGI Global.

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Technology-Enhanced and Collaborative Learning

Martin, S.; Notari, Michele (2018). Technology-Enhanced and Collaborative Learning. London: Routhledge.

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A triangulated investigation of using wiki for project-based learning in different undergraduate discipline

Chu, Edwin; Notari, Michele; Chen, Katherine; Chan, Chi Keung; Chu, Samuel; Wu, Wendy (2013). A triangulated investigation of using wiki for project-based learning in different undergraduate discipline. WikiSym + OpenSym. 100-110.

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Empowering formative assessment using embedded Web Widgets in Wikis

Notari, Michele; Schär, Sonja; Schellenberg, Martin; Chu, Samuel (2013). Empowering formative assessment using embedded Web Widgets in Wikis. WikiSym + OpenSym. 100-110.

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