This self-study course teaches what course backups in Moodle are, how to use and create them.
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
As part of the eScouts project OER/MOOCs of the Ruhr-University Bochum, this explanatory video on the Creative Commons licenses was produced for the public Moodle course " Opening Teaching and Learning " at the RUB. In this video all six, respectively seven, Creative Commons licenses are explained in their components.
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.
self-study course in Moodle
Are you a (future) teacher? Then you are surely interested in suitable teaching materials: Open Educational Resources (OER) are freely available and free-of-charge educational materials. This self-study course is intended to provide OER basics and covers the following contents: Overview of OER, Creative Commons Licenses (CC), Searching and Creating OER, Reasons for OER.
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!
The Open Educational Resources (OER) bibliography lists recommended literature and weblinks to give an introduction to the topic of open educational materials. In addition, publications on the evaluation of OER and useful links for the search and application of OER are presented.
These are the presentation slides for the reflective practise presentation: Establishing a University Repository for OER in Germany. The presentation was held by Michael Fuchs at the OER19 conference in Galway, Ireland.
This video was created as a part of the OER-Festival in Berlin 2017. Michael Fuchs presents OpenRUB and the work of the eScouts OER in a lightning talk.
Here you will find the presentation slides for the workshop "DO IT YOURSELF: Students shape their teaching through their own learning videos - Sustainable and accessible to all as Open Educational Resources (OER)".
This educational sciences seminar (area "Lehr-/Lernforschung") from WiSe 17/18 offered an understandable introduction to the theories of motivation and interest research. The seminar focused on the question of how motivation can be distinguished from interest.