Researcher and lecturer at the Institute for Research in Open, Distance and eLearning (IFeL)
Victoria Mirata studied German, English linguistics and psychology (MA) at Goethe University, Frankfurt (Germany). Since 2014, she has been working as a researcher and lecturer in the field of personalised and adaptive learning at the Institute for Research in Open, Distance and eLearning (IFeL) and the UNESCO Chair on Personalised and Adaptive Distance Education. She conducts international Delphi studies on technology-enhanced learning and technological implementation challenges in higher educational settings. Her research interests include e-learning innovations, technology-enhanced learning, the implementation of personalised and adaptive learning in online and blended environments, and MOOCs. The methodology draws on qualitative and mixed-methods approaches and the Delphi method.
Research focus: technology-enhanced learning, personalised and adaptive learning, the implementation of educational innovations.