TransAct

Samenvatting

TransAct will analyze and advance existing Learning Networks (LN) in the installation sector using a model of personalized lifelong knowledge development and trans-sector knowledge sharing based on a shared incentive model. The project will identify the main motivation and barriers of knowledge adoption, transfer and exchange between different stakeholders ranging from producers, installers, to maintenance. Second the project will develop stakeholder specific models of achievement and incentive structures and embed them in a joint LN. TransAct will research the difference in motivations and incentives of the different sector stakeholders and create a LN model based on an exchangeable educational currency, this will be used to foster and motivate stakeholder specific activities. The project will link different stakeholders around a knowledge infrastructure cycle and develop services like in-situ personal reflection and competence development as also community-based collaboration and situated problem solving. Linking these activities to a shared underlying incentive model will allow the connection between formal and informal learning activities as also a personal management and portfolio building of applied and theoretical learning experiences. The learning content will focus on data-driven maintenance & design, relating to the challenges of the energy transition. The project will research 4 prototypes and link existing research of learning communities and MOOC based learning with incentive and achievement structures from simple short term gamification patterns to long term portfolio building and lifelong professionalization. As a result different evidence based guidelines will be delivered on how to build learning networks and integrate existing community systems and solutions.

Kenmerken

Projectnummer

055.19.002

Hoofdaanvrager

Prof. dr. M.M. Specht

Verbonden aan

Technische Universiteit Delft, Faculteit Elektrotechniek, Wiskunde en Informatica, Web Information Systems

Looptijd

01/01/2020 tot 31/12/2023