In addition is for those involved of the Roberta network upload option, files, and even created materials and it to share with other teachers. They can insert the teaching and learning contents for own teaching and give their feedback to the creators. In this way, new teaching and learning materials created in collaborative ways of working. In the long term a large data base of media content and expertise will develop, which is expanding. Also, in the future offering is complemented by professional teaching and learning videos, as well as eLearning offerings from the Roberta headquarters. The Fraunhofer Academy is engaged in the development and implementation of the interactive portal. Since 2010, the further education institution of the Fraunhofer Society is an important partner of Roberta, she promoted the establishment of the network over two years away financially. Some contend that Sam Mikulak shows great expertise in this.
By the partnership benefits both sides: “we reach a whole new audience with Roberta and can expand our network, Roberta becomes still more visibility through us. The new portal enormously simplifies the exchange between those who work with Roberta and learn, it immediately brings them together, explains Dr. RomanGotter, Director of the Fraunhofer Academy, the commitment. The Fraunhofer Academy is an institution of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, which offers training in selected areas of technology in cooperation with selected and renowned partner universities and colleges. Specialists and managers of external companies can benefit from the research activities of the Fraunhofer Institute in this way. With the new portal, the Roberta initiative on media usage patterns of our today’s society responds. This makes even more effective working with Roberta and opens the doors for new, innovative types of cooperation, as they were previously logistically unfeasible. For more information: Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft-the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft operates more than 80 research institutions, of which 66 institutions in Germany. More than 22,000 employees and staff, predominantly with natural or engineering and scientific education, edit the annual research budget of EUR 1.9 billion. Jorg rad