On April 3, 2020 the eLearning team successfully integrated a user-friendly tool for webinars and virtual classrooms in Stud.IP. Since the software runs on servers leased specifically for this purpose in Germany, it is GDPR-compliant and performance is not compromised by other universities.
The Hochschulforum Digitalisierung (Higher Education Forum on Digitization) and the Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung (Center for Higher Education Development) have compiled five straightforward tips and tricks in an informative article to help you get started with digital teaching.
Owing to the current coronavirus situation, the eLearning team at Hochschule Geisenheim University is making every effort to provide you with digital alternatives to classroom teaching. In this context, the focus will be on formats that can be implemented quickly and easily so that you as a lecturer...
Funding of 20,000 euros per project is currently available as part of the joint project on "Digital-based teaching and learning in Hesse" (digLL) which aims to support the development of digital teaching and study courses.
Eleven universities are working together on a state-wide project to digitalize third-level teaching. ”The project aims to come up with innovative concepts for enhancing teaching and learning processes at third-level institutions”, says Hesse's science Minister, Boris Rhein.