Cookies helfen uns bei der Bereitstellung des IMT HilfeWikis. Bei der Nutzung vom IMT HilfeWiki werden die in der Datenschutzerklärung beschriebenen Cookies gespeichert.Weitere Informationen

Digitale Tools für die Lehre/en: Unterschied zwischen den Versionen

IMT HilfeWiki - das Wiki
< Digitale Tools für die LehreDigitale Tools für die Lehre/en
Wechseln zu:Navigation, Suche
K
K
Zeile 52: Zeile 52:
  
 
=== Decision guidance ===
 
=== Decision guidance ===
<gallery>
+
[[Datei:Diagramm Entscheidungshilfe Tools.png|rahmenlos|600x600px]]
Datei:Diagramm Entscheidungshilfe Tools.png|links|mini|ohne|600px
 
</gallery>
 
  
 
The recommendation for the summer semester 2020 is to implement the majority of online learning activities asynchronously. The differences to purely synchronous digital teaching, e.g. via video conferencing, are
 
The recommendation for the summer semester 2020 is to implement the majority of online learning activities asynchronously. The differences to purely synchronous digital teaching, e.g. via video conferencing, are

Version vom 8. Mai 2020, 10:26 Uhr


This page is designed to help you select the right tools for your teaching scenario based on various criteria. The tool evaluations for different group sizes, advantages and disadvantages, restrictions, privacy notices, and special features can be found on the respective subpages.

Hint for online conferences

The use of synchronous exchange formats (audio or video conferences) and online events such as live streaming or live webinars is not recommended. It is not guaranteed that all students have a sufficiently good data connection to be able to participate in such formats without interference. We therefore generally recommend the use of asynchronous tools for teaching. If you still want to use video conferences, you will find here the systems supported by the University of Paderborn. In terms of data protection, the systems Jitsi Meet and BigBlueButton operated at the University of Paderborn are preferable to other solutions.

Oral exam as online video exam

Video conferencing systems approved by the Presidium for an oral exam as an online video exam are up to date (status 06.05.2020):

Please read the notes for the corresponding videoconferencing system and follow the notes and tips for audio and video conferencing and netiquette.

Make sure you do a technical test run before the actual test.

Application scenarios and tools for digital teaching

We recommend all teachers to use asynchronous teaching scenarios for digital teaching. For this purpose, we particularly recommend using the comprehensive range of functions of the PANDA learning platform.

Further Information Application case
Digital learning platform PANDA In the PANDA learning platform you can use virtual course rooms. These have extensive possibilities for making material available, designing tasks for students and realizing submissions and assessments.
Provision and exchange of documents and files In addition to PANDA, there are also opportunities to make any teaching and learning materials available in digital form and to exchange them with one another.
Audio/video recording and streaming Record your lectures as video or generate audio recordings of presentations and present them to your students asynchronously.
Collaborative text creation Possibilities for collaborative text creation are offered by e.g. Wikis and Etherpads. In wikis, students and teachers can create and edit content pages together. Etherpads allow several lecturers and students to collaboratively work on one text synchronously or asynchronously.
Chats and feedback tools Chats and feedback tools enable asynchronous exchange between students and teachers, e.g. to check the current state of knowledge of students or collect questions from students.
Audio and video conferences Synchronous online conferences with only a few people can be unavoidable under certain circumstances.
Temporary software offers for teaching Currently there are some free software licenses available for lecturers and students.

Decision guidance

Diagramm Entscheidungshilfe Tools.png

The recommendation for the summer semester 2020 is to implement the majority of online learning activities asynchronously. The differences to purely synchronous digital teaching, e.g. via video conferencing, are

  • on the one hand, the fact that classical interaction must be adequately transferred to digital teaching. In a lecture we are used to dealing with messages and questions. If, for example, hundreds of students can ask questions at the same time in a chat, it must be planned how the chat should be moderated.
  • On the other hand, audio and video formats have an increased demand on the bandwidth of technical transmission. Here it must be taken into account that not all students have equipment and correspondingly good data connections to be able to participate in synchronous courses.

For various scenarios and tools, the matrix provides a rough classification of the level of online interactivity and the required technical bandwidth. Preferably, scenarios and tools in the lower and left area should be used. Sufficient preliminary considerations should be made for above and right. Video conferences (top right) should only be used if necessary. Alternatives should be provided for students who (cannot) participate.

Information on data protection

When using digital tools for teaching, however, as always, special attention must also be paid to the basic principles of data protection.

Information on legal issues

Information on copyright issues and other legal aspects can be found under Legal issues in digital teaching.

Further information and helpful links

Further didactic information is available from the staff unit Educational Innovations and University Didactics at:

The Informatics Computer Support offers students and staff of the University of Paderborn a public chat, where questions about e-teaching can be exchanged.

The e-teaching exchange chat can be found under e-teaching exchange chat.


Bei Fragen oder Problemen wenden Sie sich bitte telefonisch oder per E-Mail an uns:

Tel. IT: +49 (5251) 60-5544 Tel. Medien: +49 (5251) 60-2821 E-Mail: imt@uni-paderborn.de

Die Kontaktstellen auf H1, N5 und I0 bleiben geschlossen