Hasso-Plattner-Institut
  
Hasso-Plattner-Institut
Prof. Dr. h.c. Hasso Plattner
  
 

Ralf Teusner, M.Sc.

Research Assistant, PhD Student

Ralf Teusner
  Phone: +49 (0)331 5509 - 1301
  Fax: +49 (0)331 97992 - 579
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  Email: ralf.teusner(at)hpi.de
  Room: Hasso-Plattner-Villa, V2.01
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Research Topics

  • Social Coding
  • In-Memory Databases
  • Domain Specific Languages
  • Stored Procedures
  • Schema Migrations

Teaching Activities

Term TypeTitle
Winter '14 Lecture Softwaretechnik II
Winter '14 Online Lecture "In-Memory Data Management" on openHPI
Summer '14 Lecture Trends and Concepts in the Software Industry I
Winter '13 Lecture Softwaretechnik II
Winter '13 Online Lecture "In-Memory Data Management" on openHPI
Summer '13 Lecture Trends and Concepts in the Software Industry I
Summer '13 Seminar Seminar - Enterprise Applications: Business Processes and Programming Model
Winter '12 Lecture Softwaretechnik II
Winter '12 Online Lecture "In-Memory Data Management" on openHPI
Summer '12 Seminar Trends and Concepts in the Software Industry I
Summer '12 Seminar Object-oriented Enterprise Application Programming Model for In-Memory Databases
Summer '12 Lecture Trends and Concepts in the Software Industry II - In-Memory Databases for Business Applications

Publications

Enhancing Content between Iterations of a MOOC – Effects on Key Metrics

Ralf Teusner,Keven Richly,Thomas Staubitz,Jan Renz
EMOOCs 2015: Third European MOOCs Stakeholder Summit, vol. 1 pages 147-156, 5 2015
www.emoocs2015.eu/sites/default/files/Papers.pdf

Abstract:

This paper presents our findings of a comparison study conducted on three iterations of a MOOC run on our platform openHPI. We present the main facts shared by the courses and the planned as well as occurred differences. Additionally, we discuss the added technical features such as user groups along with the expected and actual outcomes. We relate our experiences from the second and third iteration to those of the first one. Findings show that demand for high quality content endures, even if the topic is rather specialized. Expectations of participants towards online courses are growing in general due to an increasing amount of organizations offering lectures. MOOCs are compared to school lessons, distance education and seminars. As a result, the pressure on platforms is increasing with regards to content, service and reliability. To cope with that, we share best practices and propose promising improvements to the platform and future courses.

Keywords:

Iterations MOOCs

BibTeX file

@conference{Ralf2015a,
author = { Ralf Teusner,Keven Richly,Thomas Staubitz,Jan Renz },
title = { Enhancing Content between Iterations of a MOOC – Effects on Key Metrics },
journal = { EMOOCs 2015: European MOOCs Stakeholder Summit },
year = { 2015 },
volume = { 1 },
number = { 1 },
pages = { 147-156 },
month = { 5 },
abstract = { This paper presents our findings of a comparison study conducted on three iterations of a MOOC run on our platform openHPI. We present the main facts shared by the courses and the planned as well as occurred differences. Additionally, we discuss the added technical features such as user groups along with the expected and actual outcomes. We relate our experiences from the second and third iteration to those of the first one. Findings show that demand for high quality content endures, even if the topic is rather specialized. Expectations of participants towards online courses are growing in general due to an increasing amount of organizations offering lectures. MOOCs are compared to school lessons, distance education and seminars. As a result, the pressure on platforms is increasing with regards to content, service and reliability. To cope with that, we share best practices and propose promising improvements to the platform and future courses. },
keywords = { Iterations MOOCs },
url = { www.emoocs2015.eu/sites/default/files/Papers.pdf },
booktitle = { EMOOCs 2015: Third European MOOCs Stakeholder Summit },
priority = { 0 }
}

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