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Kai Erenli

Veni, vidi, VICERO - But where to start?

When asking which Virtual World to use for educational purposes, people most often want to hear a one- sentence answer. Frequently the question leads to a discussion that can be compared to a debate about religion: you cannot be too sure which side you will choose but you are easily doomed from the beginning if you pick the wrong side (or in this case, platform).

To help educators pick the right Virtual World platform we have developed a Scoring Model and Criteria Catalogue which support choosing the most suitable platform for teaching purposes. Educators can use the Scoring Model to rate the criteria based on their respective demand. The Scoring Model will then suggest a Virtual World platform from a “long list” and instruct the educator how to install/use/maintain the platform. Thus educators will not be left alone with their choice and will get a motivational hint where to start and where to seek support. The “long list” is monitored and updated regularly so that selections are always up-to-date.

Workshop participants will be able to get a hands-on demonstration and to test Virtual Worlds and Environments on their own but under supervision. They will also get the story behind VICERO and be able to give input for further development of the scoring model.

Kurzer Lebenslauf

Kai Erenli studied law at the University of Graz. He wrote his doctoral thesis about the legal aspects of open source licensing and has a deep insight of IT-Law. He is a member of the board of it-law.at – the Austrian network for IT-lawyers. Kai spent much time in the multimedia-business as he was the Art Director of @vertising in Graz. Since 2011 he is the study director of the Bachelor Program “Film-,TV- and Media Production” at the University of Applied sciences. He has a deep insight in the professional use of Virtual Worlds and collaborates together with students in this area. He presents his ideas about virtual worlds regularly at International Conferences, such as ICELW (New York), iED Summit (Madrid), User Centric Media (Venice) IRIS (Salzburg), He informs about his experience at the blog “virtuellewelten.at” and twitter @virtuellewelten and gives lectures about Virtual Worlds to interested beginners in Vienna. Kai is a certified project manager and a member of the PROCLOS-Network, which brings together experts from various fields to do projects in innovative fields of information technology.

Kontakt


Maria Jacobigasse 1/3.4
kai.erenli[at]vie.ac.at
http://www.fh-vie.ac.at
Fon: +436504976946
Fax: +431720128619

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