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Contact information:

Professor
Hannele Niemi
Tel. +358 40 555 8975
Fax. +358 9 191 20616
hannele.niemi [at] helsinki.fi
www.helsinki.fi/hanneleniemi

www.cicero.fi

Faculty of Behavioural Sciences
P.O. Box 9 (Siltavuorenpenger 5 A)
FI-00014 University of Helsinki

Projects

Publications

Kirjoja

International publications
Read more: Curriculum Vitae

 
Research projects:

  • CICEROCICERO Learning,  The national network of cross disciplinary research on learning, Chair of the Board of the Directors 2005–
    Read more: http://www.cicero.fi/sivut2/

  • CICERO-Kauppi I (2006-2007)
    The short-term review project explored the possibilities and opportunities for the
    commercialisation of innovations and results of learning research in Finland. The project
    also explored how researchers and academics viewed their role as potential developers of
    commercial products. The results of CICERO-KAUPPI project were published in CICERO
    Learning publication series, CICERO Papers, in 2007
    http://www.cicero.fi/sivut2/documents/CICERO-KAUPPI-kyselyraportti.pdf
     
  • Scientific Director of the national research program Life as Learning (2002–2006)

    Read more:
    Niemi, H. 2007.  Life as Learning - a Finnish national research programme. In Evidence in education : linking research and policy.  Paris: OECD 2007 (Knowledge management)., pp. 117-124.

  • TLRPThe member of the the Steering Commitee Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP) tutkimusohjelman ohjausryhmän jäsen 2004–2008
    Read more: www.tlrp.org

    Niemi, H. 2006. What is the value-added of programmes over a series of projects? Life as Learning programme as a case. Implementation, Scaling Up, and Sustainability Conference. OECD & TLRP. London July 6–7, 2006.  

  • IQ Form - The Virtual University project (2000-2004)

    The system consists of a large data bank which contains different kinds of instruments of mapping needs of learning and learners on the Web. The instruments are used to evaluate learning profiles and styles - when learning alone or in collaboration. With the help of the system there can be gathered up quantitative and qualitative feedback which can be analyzed e.g. by a Bayesian technique.

    The system is suitable for tutoring when studying on the Web; it operates as a student's support during his/her studies and gives feedback to teachers, designers and Web material producers already during the course. Guidance given by the IQ Learn motivates him/her to develop his/her strengths and learning strategies based on the self-assessment tests.

    The project has published the book: Theoretical Understandings for Learning the Virtual University (Eds. Hannele Niemi & Pekka Ruohotie). Hämeenlinna: RCVE (Research Center for Vocational Education and Training)
    Read more: http://www.edu.helsinki.fi/iqform/default_eng.htm

. Development of teacher education

”LEARNINGSPACE – Crossboundary European Scenarios on Learning”, Coordinator, The European research project for the development of webb based learning environments, 2001–2003