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
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
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
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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
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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
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
Online-Meeting

paper/PDF(s)

A document with recommendations to make the Zoom conference a success.

Michael Fuchs, Bereich eLearning, Zentrum für Wissenschaftsdidaktik, Ruhr-Uni Bochum