Dr. Carolin Hahnel

  Hahnel

Post-doc Researcher

Technology Based Assessment

Teacher and Teaching Quality

Rostocker Straße 6
60323 Frankfurt am Main

+49 (0)69-24708-727

aGFobmVsQGRpcGYuZGU=

Projects

  • MultiTex Transfer: Transfer project of " Process-based assessment of multiple documents comprehension (Multiple Documents Literacy)" (MultiTex)

Publications

Curriculum Vitae

2017
PhD in Psychology, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main (Thesis: Demands and Cognitive Processes in Reading Digital Text)
2015
Visiting scholar at the Technology and Learning Sciences Lab (TALS; Director: Prof. Dr. Patricia Boechler) of the University of Alberta, Department of Educational Psychology in Edmonton (CA)
Since 2011
Researcher at DIPF | Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education
2009 – 2011
Master studies of psychology at the Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
2006 – 2009
Bachelor studies of psychology at the Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg

Research Interests

  • Reading as a problem-solving process and task-oriented reading
  • Modelling of process data for diagnostics of comprehension and learning processes
  • Learning with digital and interactive technologies

Selected Presentations

  • Hahnel, C., Eichmann, B., & Goldhammer, F. (2020). Evaluation of Online Information in University Students: Development and Scaling of a Screening Instrument . Presentation at the Conference of the International Test Commission (ITC), 14.-17.07., Esch-sur-Alzette, LU. (Conference cancelled)
  • Hahnel, C., Goldhammer, F., & Kroehne, U. (2020). Age is Not Necessarily a Restriction: Dealing Effectively with Information from Search Engine Environments . Presentation at the Conference of the European Educational Research Association (ECER), 24.-28.08., Glasgow, SCO. (Conference cancelled)
  • Hahnel, C. & Stemmann, J. (2020). Modeling the exploration space of individuals solving technical problems . Presentaion at the European Congress of Methodology (EAM), 02.-04.09., València, ESP. (Conference postponed to July 21-23, 2021)
last modified Nov 16, 2021