collacorative working

information course

You would like to do more than just provide text in your Moodle course? Students should be able to work together on online content?
Moodle offers implemented tools that enable collaborative learning and working. Here you will be introduced to some tools.

RUBeL-Team
Copyright

information course

Here you will find information on the regulations of  copyright law according to § 60 UrhG. You also have the opportunity to ask questions about in a forum.

Kathrin Braungardt
Engineers at Work, eLearning for engineers

information course

An open course particularly for teachers in the field of engineering sciences. You will find here amongst others:

An Introduction to Moodle, tips & tricks, Copyright Issues, relevant Tools, contact Persons

RUBeL: eTeam ING
Laptop mit H5P Logo

information course

H5P, a tool integrated into Moodle, specifically offers several ways to create interactive images. In this course, you will get a short explanation and a sample view of the different ways H5P can create interactive images.

Kathrin Braungardt & Alexander Huckestein
ICM

information course

In the course of the digitalization of teaching, innovative teaching concepts are increasingly being developed and integrated into university teaching, which opens up new opportunities for teaching and learning. This course gives you information about the Inverted Classroom Model (ICM).

RUBeL-Team: eScouts ICM
Header

presentation/slides

A presentation that introduces the most important digital contact points at the RUB, from eCampus to Moodle and much more. Created for engineers, suitable for everyone!

Katharina Jacob & Michael Fuchs
Titelbild

presentation/slides

A presentation that introduces the most important digital contact points at the RUB - from eCampus to Moodle. Created for engineers, intended for everyone!

Michael Fuchs
Learning

presentation/slides

Self-guided learning is a concept that is often associated with eLearning. It can also be seen as an important element of learning in general. The slides deal with the learning process level and address various components of self-guided learning, e.g. cognition, motivation and learning organisation.

Kathrin Braungardt