psychology for more than a decade. The workgroup is
composed by an interdisciplinary research team including
psychologists from different disciplines (e.g., cognitive,
mathematical, media, or motivation/emotion psychology),
computer scientists, and mathematicians. In addition,
CSS associates with the Department of Pedagogy and Educational
Sciences. CSS is doing research, evaluation, and development
in experimental, theoretical and applied cognitive psychology.
The focus is on the investigation of the structures
of cognitive processes, the representation of knowledge
and competencies as well as their applications in individualized
web-based testing and in adaptive e-learning systems.
CSS has a long term experience in European R&D projects
and is currently involved in the projects iClass and
ELeGI as well as ELEKTRA. Moreover, CSS is a member
in the (learning-related) Networks (of Excellence) Kaleidoscope
, ProLearn , D-ELAN , and the Academy for New Media
and Knowledge Transfer . CSS primarily focuses on theoretical
work an adaptive educational theory and technology but
also putted its expertise in experimenting and evaluating
to the disposal of various projects (e.g., ELEKTRA).