Communication and Collaboration Systems (SS 2016)
|Dienstag||10:00- 12:00 Uhr||wöchentlich||12.04.2016- 20.07.2016||Leonardo-Campus 10, Leo 1|
|Freitag||12:00- 14:00 Uhr||wöchentlich||15.04.2016- 18.07.2016||Leonardo-Campus 10, Leo 1|
The lecture will be read in English.
Background and relations to other courses:
Communication and Collaboration Systems (KUK) are a premise for the cooperation in Teams and organizations across space and time borders.
The modules goal is to show and explain the broad spectrum of communication and collaboration elements. The module contains lecture, case study elaboration and application of recent Communication and Collaboration Technologies such as social media.
Main topics and learning objectives:
Participants should get an overview about recent technologies of communication and collaboration systems and adapt theoretical, social and organizational knowledge about such systems.
Furthermore, the requirements for the management processes of distributed cooperation systems need to be understood. Therefore, the module introduces technical aspects of communication infrastructures, establishes topics from a communication theoretical point of view and addresses the challenges of virtual teamwork. Distributed systems are discussed from a management perspectice. Additionally, basic knowledge about technical structures of distributes systems are addressed.
Wird in der Vorlesung bekannt gegeben.
- Dr. Simeon Vidolov (verantwortlich)