Heike WieSNer, Harriet-Taylor-Mill Institute of the  Berlin School of Economics

Heike WiesnerHeike Wiesner is Visiting Professor for Knowledge Management, eLearning and Diversity at the Taylor-Mill-Institute of the Berlin School of Economics.  She received her doctoral degree in 2001 in the fields ofscience, technology and gender studies at the University of Bremen. From 1993-1995 she was research assistant at the University of Bremen followed by research studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA (Women’s Studies programme with Evelyn Fox Keller).  From 2001-2004 she worked in the research group “Digital Media in Education” (DiMeB) at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Bremen.  From 2005-2006 Heike Wiesner held a Visiting Professorship at the University of Applied Sciences in Wilhelmshaven in the field of business informatics and eLearning.

Closing Panel "Open Trends in Higher Education: Imperatives and Cahallenges"

Thurdsay, September 18th 2008, 14:00 - 15:30

“Under the criteria of diversity and gender Web 2.0 represents a notable democratization in the area of equal opportunities by way of the backdoor – both an innovative and economically promising development.”