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Fridolin Wild

  • Researcher
  • The Open University
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Recent publications

  • An augmented reality job performance aid for kinaesthetic learning in manufacturing work places

    • Wild F
    • Scott P
    • Karjalainen J
    • et al.
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  • Creating awareness of kinaesthetic learning using the experience API: Current practices, emerging challenges, possible solutions

    • Megliola M
    • Di Vito G
    • Sanguini R
    • et al.

Professional experience


The Open University

May 2009 - Present


AXON-E interaktive Medien


Vienna University of Economics and Business


Postgraduate workshops "iconic turn"

Ludwig-Maximilian University

Distance studies in information retrieval

University of Hildesheim

Magister Artium

University of Regensburg


Fridolin Wild is a research associate at the Knowledge Media Institute of the Open University of the UK. Fridolin studied information science in Regensburg, Hildesheim, and Munich (all Germany). He founded axon-e interactive media in 1998, and managed numerous commercial and governmental projects there until he left the company in 2003. In 2004 he graduated as magister artium in information science and politology. Between 2004 and 2009, Fridolin has been working as a scientist at the Vienna University of Economics and Business in Austria within the European projects PROLEARN, iCAMP, LTfLL, and ROLE thereby serving as the overall technical manager with an additional work package lead in interoperability of social software learning tools in iCamp, leading the work package ‘infrastructure’ within LTfLL, and leading a work package on community building and sustaining in the ROLE project. At the Open University, Fridolin is since May 2009 the deputy coordinator of the European network of excellence STELLAR. Additionally, he serves as the principal investigator of the LTfLL project, herein coordinating the infrastructure work package, and he shadows the lead of the work package on community building and sustaining in the ROLE project. Fridolin is the voted treasurer of the European Association of Technology Enhanced Learning (EATEL).

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