Lectures from ISSEP-morning sessions have been recorded.
They can be viewed via Klagenfurt-Universitys Campus TV using the link


Available lectures in PDF-style

Anton Reiter (Austria): Incorporation of Informatics in Austrian Education

The Project “Computer-Education-Society” in the School-Year 1984/85 


Peter Micheuz (Austria):

20 Years of Computers and Informatics in Austrian Secondary Academic Schools


Laszlo Böszörmenyi (Austria): 

Teaching: People to People - About People: A plea for the historic and human view


Martyn Clark, Roger Boyle (United Kingdom):

The Transition from School to University: Would Prior Study of Computing Help?


Ewa Gurbiel, Grazyna Hardt-Olejniczak, Ewa Kolczyk, Helena Krupicka, Maciej M. Syslo (Poland):

Informatics and ICT in Polish Education System


Christian Dorninger (Austria):

Educational Standards in School Informatics in Austria                                        


Valentina Dagiene (Lithuania):

Teaching Information Technology in General Education: Challenges and Perspectives


Oleg Spirin (Ukraine):

The Present-Day Tendencies of Teaching Informatics in Ukraine


Patrick Fullick (United Kingdom):

Using Networked Computers to Help School Students to Learn About Science through Discussion


Maciej M. Syslo (Poland)

National Strategies in Poland 


Karl J. Fuchs (Austria):

How strict may, should, must the borders be drawn?


Margarethe Grimus (Austria)

eLearning in Teacher Education - State College of Teacher Education Vienna

Susanne Loidl, Jörg Mühlbacher (Austria); Helmut Schauer (Switzerland):

Preparatory Knowledge: Propaedeutic in Informatics


Edgar R. Weippl (Tutorial, Austria):                                                          

Security and Dependability in eLearning


Karin Hodnigg (Austria):

A Pragmatic Approach to Spreadsheet Training based upon the „Projection-Screen“ Model


Markus Schneider (Germany):

A Strategy to Introduce Functional Data Modeling at School Informatics


Siglinde Voß (Germany):

Informatic Models in Vocational Training for Teaching Standard Software


Erich Hanschitz, Johann Leitner, Bernd Marktl, Judith Michael,

Ingomar Preiml, Patrick Horster, Peter Schartner:

go2algo – Das Algorithmen-Visualisierungstool


Arnold Kern (Austria)

eKnowledge – Management in Schools at BORG SPITTAL


Wolfgang Seper:

The Gameboy Revolution


Peter Micheuz (Austria):

The Role of ICT and Informatics in Austria’s Secondary Academic Schools


Maciej M. Syslo, Anna B. Kwiatkowska (Poland):

Informatics versus Information Technology –

How much Informatics is Needed to Use Information Technology – A School Perspective

Slides one     Slides two

Peter Antonitsch (Austria):

Standard Software as Microworld?


Erzsébet Angster (Hungary):

Professional Analysis of the 'Abakusz' Software Development Competition


Andreas Holzinger, Renate Motschnig-Pitrik (Austria):

Considering the Human in Multimedia:

Learner-Centered Design (LCD) & Person-Centered e-Learning (PCeL)


Andreas Holzinger (Austria)                                                                          

Fundamentals of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) for e-Learning


Bruria Haberman, Zahava Scherz (Israel):

Evolving Boxes as Flexible Tools for Teaching High-School Students:

Declarative and Procedural Aspects of Logic Programming

Terry Haydn (United Kingdom):

The Psychology of Trainee Teachers'  Use of ICT


W. David Hughes (United Kingdom):

An Overview of the Potential, Constraints and Experience of Developing a Coherent Strategy

for the Use of Informatics to Raise Learning Standards in Secondary Schools

Based on UK Custom and Practice.