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[industrial R&D] Nymphaea

The e-learning plattform nymphaea (aka. Scholion 2.0) enables self-organised learning. Self-organised learning requires support for active engagement of students working with content. Nymphaea empowers students to actively acquire knowledge individually and in groups, online. The provided, integrated set of features realise a mathetic approach, putting learners first.

Individualisation features allow students to follow individual learning paths, e.g., “Notes layers” enable the annotation of content. On such notes layers, students highlight text passages of the online content, insert text-notes, and provide links to discussions and other content.

Communication is supported by discussions forums, sharing notes-layers in a group, and chat rooms.

Didactic features allow teachers to support students’ learning processes. Content parts, for instance, can be tagged by the type of knowledge they contain. Content can also be presented on various level of detail.

  • Kopplung von Inhalt mit Kommunikation
  • Vorbereitete Umgebung
  • Strukturierung von Lernprozessen im Sinne von individualisiertem Lernmanagement


Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italien
EURAC Research, Italien
Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Österreich

Project Officer:
o.Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Christian Stary

Florian Krenn, MSc
Dr. Georg Weichhart
Mag. Markus Radmayr

Didactic Models as Design Representations
Die Konzepte hinter dem Spaß - e-learning und Reformpädagogik
Setting Up a Cross-disciplinary Design Space for e-Learning Application Development
Supporting Self-regulated Learning with Tabletop Concept Mapping
Sustainable e-Learning Communities
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