Last Name
Prof. Dr. Andreas Breiter
Faculty
Department 3: Mathematics & Computer Science
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Department
ZeMKI /ifib
Subject
Information and Knowledge Management in Education
Building
Am Fallturm 1
Room
TAB 3.91
Phone
+49 (0)421 218 56571
Email
abreiter[at]ifib.de
Office hours

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Vita

Head of the ZeMKI Lab: "Information Management and Media"

In July 2008 Andreas Breiter was appointed professor for Applied Computer Science in Faculty 3 (Mathematics and Computer Science) of the University of Bremen. He is also head of the Institute for Information Management Bremen GmbH, a nonprofit research and advisory institute at the University of Bremen (www.ifib.de). 2004 to 2008 he held a Junior Professorship in the same field of research at the University of Bremen and spent four years as a research assistant working for the Telecommunications Research Group at the University of Bremen. In 2002 he was Visiting Scholar at the Columbia University in New York and at the Center for Children and Technology. After studying sociology, computer science and law at the JW Goethe University in Frankfurt / Main and at the University of Southampton, he was a researcher at the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovations Research in Karlsruhe (1995-1997). Following this he worked as a researcher at the University of Bremen (1997-2000) and received his PhD in Applied Computer Science with a study on "IT Management in the Academy".

Research interests

Media literacy, media integration, e-learning, IT governance, IT service management, information systems for data-based school development, organizational development, knowledge management systems

Memberships
  • Governing Board of the German E-learning Research Computer Science (DeLFI) in the Society for Computer Science (GI)
  • Chair of the Working Group 3.7 (IT in Educational Management) of the International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP)
  • Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
  • Society of Medical Data Processing and Statistics (GMDS)
Publications
  1. Breiter, Andreas/Jarke, Juliane (2016): Datafying education: How digital assessment practices reconfigure the organisation of learning. Communicative Figurations Working Paper No.11. Bremen.
  2. Welling, S./Breiter, A./Schulz, A. H. (2015): Mediatisierte Organisationswelten in Schulen. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag
  3. Breiter, A./Averbeck, I./Welling, S./Schulz, A. H. (2015): Der Medienpass als Instrument zur Förderung von Medienkompetenz. Düsseldorf: Landesanstalt für Medien Nordrhein-Westfalen.
  4. Breiter, Andreas (2014): Schools as Mediatized Organizations from a Cross-cultural Perspective. In: Hepp, Andreas & Krotz, Friedrich (eds.): Mediatized worlds of communitization: Young people as localists, centrists, multi-localists and pluralists. London: Palgrave, 288-303.
  5. Breiter, Andreas/Wolf, Karsten D. (2014): Integration informeller und formaler Bildungsprozesse zur beruflichen Orientierung von Jugendlichen am Beispiel von draufhaber.tv. In: Krämer, Nicole C./Sträfling, Nicole/Malzahn, Nils/Ganster, Tina/Hoppe, Ulrich H. (eds.): Lernen im Web 2.0 - Erfahrungen aus Berufsbildung und Studium. Bielefeld: wbv, 85-101.
  6. Breiter, Andreas/Aufenanger, Stefan/Averbeck, Ines/Welling, Stefan/Wedjelek/Marc (2013): Medienintegration in Grundschulen, Berlin: Vista.
  7. Breiter, Andreas/Welling, Stefan/Schulz, Arne Hendrik (2012): Mediatisierung schulischer Organisationskulturen. In: Hepp, Andreas/ Krotz, Friedrich (eds.): Mediatisierte Welten: Beschreibungsansätze und Forschungsfelder. Wiesbaden: VS, 113-135.
  8. Breiter, Andreas/Wind, Martin (eds.) (2011): Informationstechnik und ihre Organisationslücken. Soziale, politische und rechtliche Dimensionen aus der Sicht von Wissenschaft und Praxis. Münster: LIT.
  9. Breiter, Andreas/Fischer, Arne (2011): Implementierung von IT Service-Management. Erfolgsfaktoren aus nationalen und internationalen Fallstudien. Berlin: Springer.
  10. Breiter, Andreas/Welling, Stefan/Stolpmann, Björn Eric (2010): Medienkompetenz in der Schule. Integration von Medien in den weiterführenden Schulen in Nordrhein-Westfalen. Berlin: Vista.