Vanessa Steinherr (M.Sc.)

Research assistant
Prof. Dr. Marco Meier: Wirtschaftsinformatik & Management Support
Phone: +49 821 598 - 4810
Email: vanessa.steinherr@wiwi.uni-augsburg.de
Room: 1218 (J)
Address: Universitätsstraße 16, 86159 Augsburg

Curriculum/Vitae

Vanessa Steinherr completed her bachelor's degree in business administration with a focus on business education at the Friedrich Alexander University in Nuremberg. In summer 2018, she completed the master's program in information-oriented business administration at the University of Augsburg. During her studies, Ms. Steinherr was employed as a research assistant at the Professorship for Business & Information Systems Engineering – Management Support from fall 2017. Since October 2018, she is a research assistant at the Professorship for Business & Information Systems Engineering – Management Support.

 

 

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  • Research seminar: Management Support Systems

Research foci

In the context of her research activities, Ms. Steinherr is primarily involved with how learners can be supported in the active design of a successful learning process in a digitalized environment. In particular, this involves the research fields of self-regulated learning, persuasive technology and e-learning.

Publications

Steinherr V. (2023): Design Requirements for Behavior Change Support Systems with High Use Continuance: Insights for the Target Group of Students. Accepted and will be presented at HICSS 2023

 

Vay C., Steinherr V. (2023): Leadership in a Digitalized and Crisis-ridden World: Towards a Comprehensive Overview of Relevant Competencies for Leaders. Accepted and will be presented at HICSS 2023

 

2022 | 2021

2022

Vanessa Maria Steinherr and Christian Vay
Personal skills in the BISE curriculum: an integrative approach

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Vanessa Maria Steinherr, S. Graeber and A. Rudenko
Persuasive systems to support behavior change in the context of higher education

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Marieluise Merz and Vanessa Maria Steinherr
Process-based guidance for designing behavior change support systems: marrying the persuasive systems design model to the transtheoretical model of behavior change

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Vanessa Maria Steinherr and Ramona Reinelt
Using hexad user types to identify motivational preferences among learners

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2021

Vanessa Maria Steinherr
LANA: a behavior change support system towards self-regulated learning

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