Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Awareness and Reflection in Technology-Enhanced Learning

The proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Awareness and Reflection in Technology-Enhanced learning are now freely available at

We had a good amount of submissions, but not all papers could be accepted. After the review eight papers  got accepted. They are:
– “Linking reflective learning and knowledge maturing in organizations” written  by  Birgit R. Krogstie, Andreas P. Schmidt, Christine Kunzmann, John Krogstie, Simone Mora
– “Reflection – quantifying a rare good” written by Thomas Daniel Ullmann, Fridolin Wild, Peter Scott
– “Support for collaborative reflection in healthcare: Comparing two workplaces” written by    Michael Prilla, Martin Degeling
– “Modeling computer-supported reflective learning: combining a high-level timeline view with reflection cycles and tool use” written by Birgit R. Krogstie, John Krogstie, Michael Prilla
– “Improving awareness and reflection through collaborative, interactive visualizations of badges” written by  Sven Charleer, Joris Klerkx, Jose Luis Santos, Erik Duval
– “Feeler: feel good and learn better. A tool for promoting reflection about learning and well-being” written by  Eva Durall, Tarmo Toikkanen
– “SpirOnto: Semantically enhanced patient records for reflective learning on spiritual care in palliative care” written by  Christine Kunzmann, Traugott Roser, Andreas P. Schmidt, Tanja Stiehl
– “REFLECT: Community-driven scaffolding for voice-enabled reflection on the go” written by Andreas P. Schmidt, Christine Kunzmann, Graham Attwell, Elizabeth Chan, Marius Heinemann-Grüder, Jenny Hughes, Wenlin Lan, Andreas Vratny, Andreas Heberle

The editorial contains  the mind-map on the future challenges for awareness and reflection in technology enhanced learning. This was the direct result of the interactive session of the workshop. In addition the twitter backchannel #artel13 was captured with a wordcloud, summing up all tweets in one picture.


This was now the 3rd consecutive workshop at the ECTEL conference and the fifth workshop of a successful workshop series about awareness and reflection in TEL.

I would like to say thanks to all making this workshop a success. Special thanks belongs to our reviewers. They are listed in the programme committee section of the editorial.

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