Towards an Automated Assessment of Graphical (Business Process) Modelling Competences: A Research Agenda

Michael Striewe, Constantin Houy, Jana-Rebecca Rehse, Meike Ullrich, Peter Fettke, Niclas Schaper, Andreas Oberweis

In: Ralf H. Reussner, Anne Koziolek, Robert Heinrich (Hrsg.). 50. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik (INFORMATIK-2020) Back to the Future September 28-October 2 Karlsruhe Germany Seiten 665-670 Lecture Notes in Informatics 307 ISBN 978-3-88579-701-2 Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI) Bonn 9/2020.


In Business Process Management (BPM), graphical process modelling plays an importantrole because process models can significantly support BPM endeavors in many different ways. Hence, it is also crucial in the context of learning and teaching BPM. Graphical modelling in general is alsoa curricular core component of higher education in related disciplines such as information systemsengineering or software engineering. There are numerous concepts and tools which support learningand teaching of graphical modelling, but most of them have so far been isolated from each other andare used only locally. In order to increase the quality of learning and teaching in modelling courses, it isdesirable to better integrate these approaches and identify commonalities. This paper discusses severalchallenges of integrating learning and teaching approaches for graphical modelling and outlines anapproach to a solution that is currently pursued in the ongoing research project KEA-Mod.


Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence