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Maricia Aline Mende

Maricia Aline Mende works as a research assistant in the research program Knowledge & Society in the research project Organizational Creativity and Resilience: Exploring the Future of Educational Technology (ORC).

She holds a bachelor’s degree in Library and Information Science and Literature. Currently, she is doing her master’s degree in Information Science at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

Before working at the HIIG she was a student assistant at the Einstein Center Digital Future chair for Information Management at the Institute of Library and Information Science (HU Berlin), where she was involved in teaching as well as in different research projects.

Other publications

Laufer, M., Kuper, F., Mende, M. A., Schäfer, L. O., Tschache T., & Deacon, B. (2023). Organizing Digital Change at the University. The Practitioners’ Field Guide for Implementing Educational Technology. HIIG Impact Publication Series. Publication details

Laufer, M., Mende, M., & Sievering, M. (2023). EdTech: The secret to its implementation. Digital society blog. Publication details

Lectures and presentations

Resisting Digital Change at Higher Education Institutions: Identifying Triggers and Countermeasures
CHER 36th Annual Conference. University of Luxembourg, Esch an der Alzette, Luxemburg: 05.09.2024

Bronwen Deacon, Melissa Laufer, Maricia Aline Mende

Ein Diskurs über Verantwortung - Krise, Resilienz und EdTech an Hochschulen
University:Future Festival 2024 - Tales of Tomorrow. Hochschulforum Digitalisierung. Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, Deutschland: 05.06.2024 Further information

Maricia Aline Mende, Marvin Sievering, Bronwen Deacon, Freia Kuper, Melissa Laufer

How to Organize Edtech at the University: A Practitioner's Field Guide for Implementing Edtech
University:Future Festival 2023. Hochschulforum Digitalisierung. Online, Berlin, Germany: 27.04.2023 Further information

Melissa Laufer, Freia Kuper, Maricia Aline Mende, Len Ole Schäfer & Tiana Tschache.

Profilbild_Maricia Aline Mende


Student Assistant: Knowledge & Society