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Knowledge processes and how they are influenced by digital media - that's what the research at the IWM is about: Which conditions and competences are needed for the successful utilization of digital media for knowledge processes and how can these be provided? Which role do innovative cognitive interfaces play for knowledge processes? How does digitalization change social and motivational factors of knowledge exchange and usage? How does a group of people construct new knowledge? At the IWM, we answer tomorrow's questions today.


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In the corresponding twitter campaign #MeineWissenschaft (myscience) researchers of the IWM describe in short statements (in German) what science means to them.

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The non-profit portal is an offer of the IWM. Here you can find scientifically sound and practice oriented information on how to design higher education with digital media.


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