Lisa Hillers is currently a student of Cultural Anthropology and Art History at Freie Universität Berlin.
She first developed an interest in the german start-up scene during an internship at betahaus| Berlin in 2012. An academic advanced training at Hasso-Plattner Institute in Potsdam allowed her to extend and deepen this interest.
The past year, in collaboration with the Berlin-based art-space SAVVY Contemporary, she has been coordinating a research project that addresses germany´s colonial past and postcolonial present.
At the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society she supported a research project focussing on Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Former Student Assistant: Internet-enabled Innovation
Hansch, A., Hillers, L., McConachie, K., Newman, Ch., Schildhauer, T., Schmidt, P. (2015). Video and Online Learning: Critical Reflections and Findings from the Field. HIIG Discussion Paper Series, 2015(02), 1-34. Publication details
Hansch, A., Hillers, L., & Newman, C. (2015). Why we need to fundamentally rethink the role of video in online education. Digital Society Blog. Publication details