Publikationen der DHBW Karlsruhe

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  • Borowicz, Frank (2014): Earn-Out: Grundgedanke, Ausgestaltung und Einbettung in die Transaktion. In: Corporate Finance (10), S. 429-437

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  • Borowicz, Frank (2014): Mergers & Aquisitions: heiße Zeit für die Finanzkommunikation. In: Controlling & Management Review (Sonderheft 2), S. 14-19

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  • Borowicz, Frank; Dick, M. (2014) : Die Ermittlung des betriebsnotwendigen Kapitals - ein Problem in der Berechnung kalkulatorischer Kapitalkosten In: Seicht, G.; Jaschek, O. (Hg.): Jahrbuch für Controlling und Rechnungslegung 2014: Wien, S. 413-433

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  • Daniel, Manfred; Köcher, Nadine; Küstermann, Roland (2014) : eKlausuren in der angewandten Mathematik – Herausforderungen und Lösungen In: Trahasch, Stephan; Plötzner, Rolf; Schneider, Gerhard; Gayer, Claudia; Sassiat, Daniel; Wöhrle, Nicole (Hg.): DeLFI 2014 - Die 12. e-Learning Fachtagung Informatik der Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V: Bonn: Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (GI Edition Proceedings), S. 265-270. Online verfügbar unter https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/0d72/22eb47b9e85ff38153d3794b0446e872c52e.pdf?_ga=2.87582488.1607320790.1497551295-1968438826.1497551295

     

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    Abstract: Kaum einer Anwendungsdomäne im Kontext des tertiären Bildungsbereichs wird so viel Aufmerksamkeit gewidmet wie der Mathematik in naturwissenschaftlichen und mathematiknahen Studiengängen. Der Beitrag versteht sich als systematische Aufarbeitung der Vorbehalte und Hemmnisse, welche die Verbreitung der eKlausur im Bereich Mathematik weiterhin beeinträchtigen. Ausgehend vom Ansatz des Constructive Alignments stehen mathematisch-didaktische Problemfelder im Vordergrund. Dabei wird der Frage nachgegangen, inwieweit mathematische Learning Outcomes in elektronischer Form geübt und geprüft werden können. Bezogen auf die didaktischen Anforderungen im Bereich der Mathematik wird dabei deutlich, welche technischen Grenzen und Möglichkeiten elektronische Assessmentsysteme derzeit bieten. Der Beitrag bezieht sich auf ein laufendes Projekt und soll dazu anregen, gängige Befürchtungen abzubauen und summatives e Assessment auch für die Mathematik zu nutzen.

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  • Derr, Katja; Köcher, Nadine (2014): Ilias & Mathematik. Göttingen: Mathematisches Institut der Universität Göttingen, 2014

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  • Ehlers, Ulf-Daniel (2014): Open Learning Cultures. A Guide to Quality Evaluation and Assessment for Future Learning. New York, Heidelberg: Springer. Online verfügbar unter https://www.springer.com/de/book/9783642381737

     

    Abstract: [UD Ehlers 2018:] Today we are seeing a new form of blended learning: not only is technology enhancing the learning environment but formal and informal learning are combining and there is self- and peer-assessment of results. Open learning cultures are challenging the old and long-practiced methods used by educators and transforming learning into a more student-driven and independent activity , which uses online tools such as blogs, wikis or podcasts to connect resources, students and teachers in a novel way. While in higher education institutions most assessments are still tied to formal learning scenarios, teachers are more and more bound to recognize their students’ informal learning processes and networks. This book will help teachers, lecturers and students to better understand how open learning landscapes work, how to define quality and create assessments in such environments, and how to apply these new measures. To this end, Ehlers first elaborates the technological background for more collaborative, distributed, informal, and self-guided learning. He covers the rise of social media for learning and shows how an architecture of participation can change learning activities. These new paradigms are then applied to learning and education to outline what open learning landscapes look like. Here he highlights the shift from knowledge transfer to competence development, the increase in lifelong learning, and the importance of informal learning, user generated content, and open educational resources. He then shows how to manage quality by presenting a step by step guide to developing customized quality concepts for open learning landscapes. Finally, several methods dealing with assessment in these new environments are presented, including guidelines, templates and use cases to exemplify the approaches. Overall, Ehlers argues for assessment as an integral part of learning processes, with quality assurance as a method of stimulating a quality culture and continuous quality development rather than as a simple controlling exercise.

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  • Ehlers, Ulf-Daniel; Bagucanskyte, Migle; Bick, Markus; Hudak, Raimund; Jarour, Safa'a Abu; Makropoulos, Constantin; Pappa, Dimitra; Pawlowski, Jan Martin; Pirkkalainen, Henri; Pitsilis, Vassilis; Tannhauser, Anne-Christin; Trepule, Elena; Vidalis, Aristedes; Volungeviciene, Airina (2014) : Enhancing the experience of online users of open education In: ICWOAL: International Conference on Web and Open Access to Learning (ICWOAL): 25-27 Nov. 2014. International Conference on Web and Open Access to Learning; Benlamri, Rachid; ICWOAL: Piscataway, NJ: IEEE

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  • Ehlers, Ulf-Daniel; Camilleri, Anthony F.; Pawlowski, Jan Martin (2014): State of the Art Review of Quality Issues related to Open Educational Resources (OER). Online verfügbar unter https://www.researchgate.net/project/EFQUEL-European-Foundation-for-Quality-in-E-Learning

     

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  • Ehlers, Ulf-Daniel; Camilleri, Anthony F.; Pawlowski, Jan Martin (2014): State of the Art Review of Quality Issues Related to Open Educational Resources (OER). Luxembourg: European Commission. Online verfügbar unter https://www.pedocs.de/volltexte/2014/9101/pdf/European_Commission_2014_OER.pdf

     

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  • Ehlers, Ulf-Daniel; Leisener, Friederike; Scheibach, Jana (2014): Qualitätsbericht der DHBW. Qualität in Studium & Lehre 2014. Ergebnisse aus der Evaluation 2014 für die Bachelor-Studiengänge der DHBW 2014. Online verfügbar unter http://wwwlehre.dhbw-stuttgart.de/~flaemig/ABL/2016-03/Zusatz_infos/Qualit%C3%A4tsbericht_der_DHBW_2014.PDF

     

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  • Ehlers, Ulf-Daniel (2014): If we open it – Will They Come? Towards a New OER Logic Model. In: International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design

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  • Ehlers, Ulf-Daniel; Creelman, Alistair; Ossiannilsson, Ebba (2014): Perspectives on MOOC quality. An account of the EFQUEL MOOC Quality Project. In: International Journal for Quality and Innovation in Learning 3 (9)

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  • Ehlers, Ulf-Daniel; Bartschat, Daniel; Locker-Grütchen, Oliver (2014): Forschung neu aufgelegt. Der Aufbau des Support Center Forschung (SCF) an der Dualen Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (DHBW). In: Wissenschaftsmanagement. Zeitschrift für Innovation 20 (6)

    Abstract: [UD Ehlers 2018] Ziel des Ansatzes ist es, die vielfältigen Aufgaben des Forschungsmanagements, die von der lnformation über Mittelgeber und über die Unterstützung bei der Akquise und der Antragstellung bis hin zur Begleitung der tatsächlichen Proiektdurchführung (Proiektmanagement) reichen, zunehmend auf speziell geschultes Personal zu übertragen. Vor dem Hintergrund des intensiveren Wettbewerbs der Hochschulen untereinander und einer erhöhten Komplexität der Antragsverfahren im nationalen und internationalen Bereich, nimmt die Entwicklung eines solchen forschungsstrategischen Ansatzes einen wichtigen Bereich ein.

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  • Ehlers, Ulf-Daniel (2014): Jahresqualiätsbericht der Dualen Hochschule Baden-Württemberg. 2014. Unter Mitarbeit von Ulf-Daniel Ehlers, 2014

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  • Ehlers, Ulf-Daniel (2014): Jahresqualitätsbericht 2013 der Dualen Hochschule Baden-Württemberg. Stuttgart

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  • Fay, Johanna; Berkling, Kay; Stüker, Sebastian; Ghayoomi, Masood; Hein, Katrin; Lavalley, Rémi (2014) : Zwei Perspektiven auf Rechtschreibung: Sprachdidaktik und Computerlinguistik entwickeln ein Instrument zur Rechtschreibdiagnostik: Gesellschaft für Empirische Bildungs-forschung (GEBF)

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  • Fischer, Martin; Jungmann, Walter; Schreiber, Anne; Ziegler, Magdalene (2014) : Research Methods in Technical Vocational Education and Training In: Zhao, Zhiqun; Rauner, Felix (Hg.): Areas of vocational education research: Berlin: Springer (New Frontiers of Educational Research), S. 215-259
  • Heubach, Melike; Mersch, André; Wrenger, Burkhard (2014): eMentoring an der Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe. Mediengestützte studentische Betreuung des Selbststudiums in der Studieneingangsphase. Online verfügbar unter https://www.optes.de/ilias.php?ref_id=117&page=Pr%C3%A4sentationen_Fachkonferenzen_optes&wpg_id=30&cmd=downloadFile&cmdClass=ilwikipagegui&cmdNode=sa:sk:sp&baseClass=ilwikihandlergui&file_id=il__file_4099

     

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  • Hüther, Judith; Küstermann, Roland (2014): Qualifizierung im mathematischen Bereich II: Vorkurs-Angebote. Optes – Optimierung der Selbststudiumsphase Pilot des eMentoring an der DHBW in Karlsruhe

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  • Klotz, Matthias C.; van Drongelen, Stefan; Rettig, Oliver; Wenger, Patrick; Gantz, Simone; Dreher, Thomas; Wolf, Sebastian I. (2014): Motion analysis of the upper extremity in children with unilateral cerebral palsy‐an assessment of six daily tasks. In: Research in developmental disabilities 35 (11), S. 2950-2957. DOI: 10.1016/j.ridd.2014.07.021

    DOI: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25112796 

    Abstract: Restrictions in range of motion of the upper extremity are common in patients with unilateral cerebral palsy (CP). The purpose of this study was to investigate movement deviations of the upper extremity in children with unilateral CP by means of 3D motion capture as well as by the use of easy to use scores and questionnaires (MACS, MRC, MAS, ABILHAND-Kids). 16 children with a spastic, unilateral CP were included and compared to a group of 17 typically developing adolescents (TD). The movement time and range of motion (ROM) of six uni- and bimanual daily tasks were compared and correlated with the scores and questionnaires. Movement times increased significantly with involvement according to MACS in all tasks. The restrictions in ROM were pronounced in the forearm. As a compensatory mechanism the children of the MACS 2 and 3 groups showed increased trunk movement. Furthermore, there was a positive correlation between the MACS and the ABILHAND-Kids Questionnaire. In contrast to previous studies, which reported a correlation between the restrictions in ROM and the MACS, this study showed no consistent correlation between the restrictions in ROM neither with the MACS nor with the ABILHAND-Kids. While the MACS and the ABILHAND-Kids function as a simple rating tool for clinical use, the detailed analysis of different daily tasks using 3-D-motion capture provides more detailed information about the movement deviations and spatiotemporal parameters.

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  • Küstermann, Roland; Fuchs, Irina; Morlock, Vanessa (2014) : optes – Optimierung der Selbststudiumsphase.. Von den Expertisen der Partner wechselseitig profitieren. In: Apostolopoulos, Nicolas; Hoffmann, Harriet; Mußmann, Ulrike; Coy, Wolfgang; Schwill, Andreas (Hg.): Grundfragen Multimedialen Lehrens und Lernens: Der Qualitätspakt E-Learning im Hochschulpakt 2020 ; [Tagungsband] ; GML2 2014: Münster: Waxmann Verlag GmbH. Online verfügbar unter http://www.gml-2014.de/tagungsband-gml-2014/Tagungsband_GML2014-Web-final2.pdf

     

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  • Lavalley, Rémi; Berkling, Kay (2014) : Data Exploration of Sentence Structures and Embellishments in German texts: Comparing Children’s Writing vs Literature Germany, October 8-10, 2014 In: Ruppenhofer, Josef; Faaß, Gertrud (Hg.): Proceedings of the 12th Edition of the Konvens Conference, Hildesheim, Germany, October 8-10, 2014: Universitätsbibliothek Hildesheim, S. 241-247

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  • Maier, Michael W.; Kasten, Philip; Niklasch, Mirjam; Dreher, Thomas; Zeifang, Felix; Rettig, Oliver; Wolf, Sebastian I. (2014): 3D motion capture using the HUX model for monitoring functional changes with arthroplasty in patients with degenerative osteoarthritis. In: Gait & posture 39 (1), S. 7-11. DOI: 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2013.07.111

    DOI: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23931848 

    Abstract: Although shoulder hemiarthroplasty (SHA) can improve function in osteoarthritic shoulders, the ability to perform activities of daily living (ADL) may remain impaired. Shoulder surgeons routinely measure parameters such as range of motion, pain, satisfaction and strength. A common subjective assessment of ADL is part of the Constant Score (CS). However, there is limited objective evidence on whether or not shoulder hemiarthroplasty can restore normal range of motion (ROM) in ADL. The study included eight consecutive patients (n=8; seven women, one man), who underwent SHA for glenohumeral osteoarthritis. The patients were examined the day before, as well as 6 months and 3 years after shoulder replacement. They were compared with a control group with no shoulder pathology, and shoulder movement was measured with 3D motion analysis using the "Heidelberg Upper Extremity" (HUX) model. Measurements included static maximum values and four ADL. Comparing the preoperative to the 3-year postoperative static maximum values, there were significant improvements for abduction from 50.5° (SD ± 3 2.4°) to 72.4° (SD ± 38.2°; p=0.031), for adduction from 6.2° (SD ± 7.7°) to 66.7° (SD ± 18.0°; p=0.008), for external rotation from 15.1° (SD ± 27.9°) to 50.9° (SD ± 27.3°; p=0.031), and for internal rotation from -0.6° (SD ± 3.9°) to 35.8° (SD ± 28.2°; p=0.031). There was a trend of improvement for flexion from 105.8° (SD ± 45.7°) to 161.9° (SD ± 78.2°; p=0.094) and for extension from 20.6° (SD ± 17.0°) to 28.0° (SD ± 12.5°; p=0.313). The comparison of the 3-year postoperative ROM between the SHA group and controls showed significant differences in abduction; 3-year postoperative SHA ROM 72.4° (SD ± 38.2°) vs. 113.5° (SD ± 29.7°) among controls (p=0.029). There were no significant differences compared to the control group in adduction, flexion/extension and rotation 3 years after SHA surgery. In performing the ADL, the pre- to the 6-month and 3-year postoperative status of the SHA group resulted in a significant increase in ROM in all planes (p<0.05). Comparing the preoperative to the 3-year postoperative ROM used in ADL, there was an improvement in the flexion/extension plane, showing an improvement trend from preoperative 85°-0°-25° to postoperative 127°-0°-38° (p=0.063). In comparison, controls used a significantly greater ROM during ADL with mean flexion/extension of 139°-0°-63° (p=0.028). For the abduction/adduction plane, ROM improved significantly from preoperative 25°-0°-19° to postoperative 78°-0°-60° (p=0.031). In comparison to controls with abduction/adduction of 118°-0°-37° 3 years postoperative, the SHA group also used significantly less ROM in the abduction/adduction plane (p=0.028). While SHA improves ROM in ADL in patients with degenerative glenohumeral osteoarthritis, it does not restore the full ROM available for performing ADL compared to controls. 3D motion analysis with the HUX model is an appropriate measurement system to detect surgery-related changes in shoulder arthroplasty.

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  • Maier, Michael W.; Niklasch, Mirjam; Dreher, Thomas; Zeifang, Felix; Rettig, Oliver; Klotz, Matthias C.; Wolf, Sebastian I.; Kasten, Philip (2014): Motion patterns in activities of daily living: 3- year longitudinal follow-up after total shoulder arthroplasty using an optical 3D motion analysis system. In: BMC musculoskeletal disorders 15. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2474-15-244

    DOI: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25048533 

    Abstract: Total shoulder arthroplasty (TSA) can improve function in osteoarthritic shoulders, but the ability to perform activities of daily living (ADLs) can still remain impaired. Routinely, shoulder surgeons measure range of motion (ROM) using a goniometer. Objective data are limited, however, concerning functional three-dimensional changes in ROM in ADLs after TSA in patients with degenerative glenohumeral osteoarthritis. This study included ten consecutive patients, who received TSA for primary glenohumeral osteoarthritis. The patients were examined the day before, 6 months, and 3 years after shoulder replacement as well. We compared them with a control group (n = 10) without any shoulder pathology and measured shoulder movement by 3D motion analysis using a novel 3 D model. The measurement included static maximum values, the ability to perform and the ROM of the ADLs "combing the hair", "washing the opposite armpit", "tying an apron", and "taking a book from a shelf". Six months after surgery, almost all TSA patients were able to perform the four ADLs (3 out of 40 tasks could not be performed by the 10 patients); 3 years postoperatively all patients were able to carry out all ADLs (40 out of 40 tasks possible). In performing the ADLs, comparison of the pre- with the 6-month and 3-year postoperative status of the TSA group showed that the subjects did not fully use the available maximum flexion/extension ROM in performing the four ADLs. The ROM used for flexion/extension did not change significantly (preoperatively 135°-0° -34° vs. 3 years postoperatively 131° -0° -53°). For abduction/adduction, ROM improved significantly from 33°-0° -27° preoperatively to 76° -0° -35° postoperatively. Compared to the controls (118°) the TSA group used less ROM for abduction to perform the four ADLs 3 years postoperatively. TSA improves the ability to perform ADL and the individual ROM in ADLs in patients with degenerative glenohumeral osteoarthritis over the course of 3 years. However, TSA patients do not use their maximum available abduction ROM in performing ADLs. This is not related to limitations in active ROM, but rather may be caused by pathologic motion patterns, impaired proprioception or both.

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  • Möbius, Christian; Darge, Claudius (2014): Annäherungsversuche.. Baden-Württembergische BeteiligungskapitalGeber und Familienunternehmen passen besser zusammen als man zunächst glaubt. In: Unternehmeredition, S. 78-80. Online verfügbar unter https://www.unternehmeredition.de/mittelstand-und-private-equity/

     

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