Design von Trainings in Lernfabriken und Makerspaces für KMUs in der digitalen Transformation

Maria Ursula Hulla, Patrick Herstätter, Daniela Moser, Harald Burgsteiner, Christian Ramsauer

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Manufacturing companies are currently facing challenges such as increasing
volatility, shorter innovation cycles and the consequences of Covid-19. Digitalization offers opportunities to turn these challenges into opportunities. Small and mediumsized enterprises in particular have problems exploiting the potential of digital transformation. One of the main reasons for this is the lack of qualifications and skills on the part of the workforce. Learning factories and makerspaces offer effective hands-on learning environments to provide students, apprentices and workers with the competencies needed along the value chain in digitalization. In a literature review, no process model was found on how to design makerspaces as learning environments and the associated trainings, whereas learning factories already have approaches for this. The aim of this paper is to design a process model for the development of trainings for SMEs in digital transformation in learning factories and makerspace
Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)83-101
Journaldidacticum, Zeitschrift für (Fach)Didaktik in Forschung und Unterricht
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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