Happy Death

OpenCourseWare (OCW)

In the Advanced Practice: Death and Spaces, budding historians have explored the theme of death and space across epochs. The 5x5000 Winner Course is now available as OCW.

Dr. Muriel González Athenas, Dr. Olena Petrenko, Mirjam Reitmayer, Dr. Meret Strothmann
Literature

OpenCourseWare (OCW)

The basic course "Modern German Literary Studies" introduces students to the central subject areas of German Studies. The seminar was offered in winter semester 2016/2017 by Dr. Kleinwort and shows exemplarily, how an NDL basic course can be conducted, which topics are dealt with and which achievements have to be made.

Dr. Malte Kleinwort

Blog-Beitrag

Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the summer semester 2020 had to be held online. This means that every event that was held this semester is online. We assume that a large number of high-quality materials have been created in the process. They can be opened and made available on OpenRUB.

Course Backup

information course

This self-study course teaches what course backups in Moodle are, how to use and create them.

Michael Fuchs

Blog-Beitrag

 

webtalk oer

You have the opportunity to attend daily webinars on various topics related to Open Educational Resources (OER). The series runs until January 2021 and is organised by the OERcamp, the meeting of practitioners of digital and open teaching and learning materials in the German-speaking world.

 

Literatur research

self-study course in Moodle

Literary work is a fundamental part of scientific work. This course presents the basics of research and the handling of literature as well as special databases (overviews of databases of certain subjects: chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, geography) in the form of short videotutorials.

Prof. Dr. Katrin Sommer, Dr. Christian Strippel & Dr. Nicolas Efing
Law

OpenCourseWare (OCW)

This lecture is aimed at non-economists, but in particular at law students with an interest in the economic analysis of law. It is offered every semester. The lecture is intended for the conventional areas of microeconomics and their application to legal issues.

Dr. rer. pol. Marc Scheufen
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
Picture for the Moodle-Kurs

OpenCourseWare (OCW)

The exercise dealt with maps as sources for historical research. Students were required to use different eLearning tools in their obligatory final presentation.

Dr. Agnieszka Zagańczyk-Neufeld
Creative Commons-Licenses

Video

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.

RUBeL-Team: eScouts OER
Network

paper/PDF(s)

Lecture notes, Videos and Exercises on independent component analysis.

Prof. Dr. Laurenz Wiskott
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
OER Banner

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.

RUBeL-Team: eScouts OER
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
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

OpenCourseWare (OCW)

In this OCW course, the combined introductory seminar "Development and Learning of Educational Science Studies in Structure, Construction and Process", organised in WiSe 2015/2016, is presented. In addition to the list of topics and references, you will also find materials from the tutorial on scientific writing.

Dr. Julia Eberle

Blog-Beitrag

Mechanical engineers, civil engineers and environmental engineers usually have to acquire certain mathematical skills in the first semester. Have you ever heard the following terms? Functions, vectors, linear equations, matrices, determinants, differential calculus or limit values?

maths 1

OpenCourseWare (OCW)

In this OCW course, the lecture Linear Algebra and Geometry I, held in WiSe 2016/2017, is presented in structure, construction and sequence. This lecture is one of the four basic lectures that are obligatory for all students of mathematics in their first year of study.

Prof. Dr. Markus Reineke
maths

OpenCourseWare (OCW)

In this OCW course the lecture Linear Algebra and Geometry II held in SoSe 2017 is presented in structure, construction and sequence. This lecture is one of the four basic lectures that are obligatory for all students of mathematics in their first year of study.

Prof. Dr. Markus Reineke
Bild mit Laptop

course concept

The module eTutoring is a course in the optional area of the RUB. In the summer semester 2020, it was conducted online. The 3 accompanying colloquia of the module were particularly affected. In these, the eTutors were given smaller eLearning tasks. One meeting took place synchronously via Zoom. In this colloquium, the students presented their projects.

Kathrin Braungardt
OER

paper/PDF(s)

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.

RUBeL: eScouts OER
OER19

presentation/slides

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.

Michael Fuchs, eScouts OER
Dornenkrone, Liebe

self-study course in Moodle

Jesus rose from the dead, he was raised from the dead - this is the basic confession of the Christian faith. How is this faith expressed? Is it an illusion or a reality? What is its theological meaning?

Aleksandra Brand, Miriam Pawlak, Prof. Dr. Thomas Söding
Dornenkrone, Liebe

self-study course in Moodle

Jesus died - No moment of his life is more securely proven, and none is more challenging. Jesus' death "under Pontius Pilate" belongs in the creed because the historical fact has enormous theological significance. This course examines the death of Jesus from different perspectives.
 
Aleksandra Brand, Prof. Dr. Thomas Söding
Titelbild mit dem Text "Lehre und Lernen öffnen: Einführung OER"

self-study course in Moodle

What are Open Educational Resources and Creative Commons licenses?
How can teaching and learning materials be used sustainably?
This course answers these and many other questions.

Michael Fuchs
OERinfo Logo

Video

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.

Michael Fuchs & J&K - Jöran und Konsorten für OERinfo
Do it

presentation/slides

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)".

Vanessa van den Bogaert, Michael Fuchs, Christine Ruthenfranz
Panda

self-study course in Moodle

In this course you will find learning resources on selected topics in preparation for your studies. The contents are based on the preparation courses of the Summer University.

Summer University
Fuji Japan

self-study course in Moodle

The start of studies in Japanology should be facilitated by a first insight into the subject matter of the Japanese studies. For this purpose, various self-preparation learning materials were created on selected topics which, from the point of view of Japanologists, are useful for first-year students at the start of their studies.

Summer University
Books

OpenCourseWare (OCW)

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.

Vanessa van den Bogaert
STACK Video-Tutorials

self-study course in Moodle

In this course you will learn about STACK and learn how to create your own tasks with the help of numerous video tutorials and related sample tasks.

Michael Kallweit