ZLL, HOOU and the Computer Center have developed a selection guide for teachers at TUHH on digital tools for teaching. The decision trees provide an overview of digital tools supported by the data center and on which the ZLL provides advice. Tools that TUHH teachers recommend in the Mattermost channel “OnlineEduTUHH” were also included.
Do you use other tools at your institute that you would like to recommend to your colleagues? Share your knowledge with us via Mattermost or by email. The descriptions of the tools will be added continuously.
We wish all TUHH members a healthy and successful winter semester 2020/21.
For an initial introduction to digital teaching, we recommend the “Digitale Freischwimmer” from the ZLL.
Please also take a look at the handbook produced by ZLL and HOOU recently : “Practical Tips: Digital teaching at the TUHH“.
Current information from the TUHH Computer Center on the digital summer semester can be found here.
TUHH lecturers have the opportunity to exchange current experiences in digital teaching in the Mattermost-Channel “OnlineEduTUHH“.
Connecting HE-Teachers for innovative teaching in Europe
COLLab-Conference: Connecting Teachers for innovative learning and teaching Learning and teaching is a life-long task and experience. For teachers in
Invitation to the teaching-related onboarding for new professors on 12.07.
Our Vice-President, Prof.-Dr. Kerstin Kuchta and we (the ZLL) invite all professors who have been newly called to the TUHH
Call for applications: Fellowships for innovation in higher education teaching
Individual funding for the development and implementation of innovative teaching projects With a total funding volume of up to 400,000
ILIAS – asynchronous and synchronous teaching
You have gained valuable experience in Zoom? At the same time, do you have the feeling that you would like
Round Table on Zoom
Round Table on Zoom The second week of lectures is now over and the first experiences with the conversion to
TAPdigital – Evaluation of your courses during the digital semester
Are you running a course this semester via Zoom or another video conferencing tool and would like student feedback on