Marc Egloffstein has been a member of the Learning, Design and Technology group (Prof. Ifenthaler) since 2017. His research focuses on the intersection of academic and professional learning. Current research topics include the design and evaluation of (Massive) Open Online Courses, Educational Data Literacy (project Learn2Analyze) and the digital transformation of educational organizations (project #co.connected).
Prior to the current affiliation, Marc worked as an instructional designer and project coordinator at Mannheim Business School gGmbH. Other places of employment include the Center for Educational Development at Mannheim University, the Chair of Economic and Business Education, Professional Teaching and Learning (Prof. Seifried) at the Universities of Constance and Mannheim as well as the Chair of Economic and Business Education (Prof. Sembill) at the University of Bamberg.
Marc gained extensive teaching experience across all levels of the curriculum in Economic and Business Education from the Universities of Bamberg and Mannheim, including the supervision of student research projects and theses, as well as in academic staff development. Additional teaching assignments took place at the Universities of Hohenheim and Turku, Finland.
Marc graduated in Economic and Business Education (Dipl.-Hdl., equals M.Ed.) and in Information Systems (Dipl.-Wirtsch.Inf., equals M.Sc.) after studying at the University of Bamberg and the University of Wales, Swansea, UK.