LIfBi Lectures and Research Stays 2021

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LIfBi Lectures Summer Semester Program 2021 is available here as PDF.

All lectures are currently planned as online meetings. Further information on subscription details will follow soon.

Name, First Name Institution/Research Project City/Country Topic Date/Duration
Kaplan, David
 
University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison/USA

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06.12. - 10.12.2021
Grotlüschen, Anke
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University of Hamburg Hamburg/Germany

"Literacy and level one research in Germany with LEO 2018 - what's new and what is available?"

07.12.2021
Kendeou, Panayiota
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University of Minnesota Minnesota/USA

"A Cognitive Approach to Reading Comprehension that Transforms Learning"

09.11.2021
Schneider, Kerstin
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University of Wuppertal Wuppertal/Germany "Early detection of student dropout using machine learning and how to use the information" 26.10.2021
Neuenschwander, Markus University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland Windisch/Switzerland

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06.09. - 10.09.2021
Sure-Vetter, York
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National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) Karlsruhe/Germany "National Research Data Infrastructure" (Abstract, PDF) NEW DATE: 18.01.2022

 

22.06.2021
von Davier, Matthias
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Boston University Boston/USA

"Longitudinal Modeling with Discrete and Continuous Latent Variables" (Abstract, PDF)

08.06.2021
Scheiter, Katharina
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Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien Tübingen/Germany "Boundary conditions for effective learning and teaching with technology" (Abstract, PDF) 11.05.2021
Snijders, Tom
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University of Groningen
University of Oxford
Groningen/NL
Oxford/UK
"Longitudinal Network Methods for Studying Social Influences: Possibilities and Challenges" (Abstract, PDF) 13.04.2021
Van der Velden, Rolf
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Maastricht University Maastricht/ Netherlands "Why skills matter: on the intergenerational transmission of skills" (Abstract, PDF) 02.02.2021
Del Bono, Emilia
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University of Essex Essex/UK "Skill Accumulation with Malleable Ability: Evidence from a Growth Mindset Intervention" (Abstract, PDF) 19.01.2021