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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. I...

Kathrin Braungardt
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A podcast about greenwashing by students from the Faculty of Psychology and the Chair of Industrial, Organizational and Business Psychology. They look at the topic of greenwashing from a social psychological perspective.

Sophie Berretta, Semina Lainas, Annika Siebert, Jakob Siegel, Leon Straub
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This podcast series looks at the difficulties faced by people from the LGBTQIA+ community and how they can be supported. For this purpose, experts were invited for interviews.

Study Group Law and Global Challenges
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Conferences and mini-series on current topics in gender studies from the Marie Jahoda Center for International Gender Studies.

Marie Jahoda Center
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A group of early-stage researchers who like to be talking about old and new research topics in German Medieval Studies in other formats than the seminars. As part of the podcast ,,Pergament und Mikrofon'' they present a variety of research topics as well as questions about studying and teach...

Anika Meißner and Holger Kahle
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The podcast "Sports Nutrition the Science Podcast" focuses on topics of sports nutrition. The current topics of nutrition in (competitive) sport are discussed and scientifically examined. Among other things, the podcast is about basics such as food energy, but also about the relevance of certain...

Marius Kirmse, Vanessa Höffmann
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Based on the example of teaching history about the World War II in Poland and Russia, this podcast looks at how educational institutions and new media, from museums to universities, engage with politics of memory. Guests from academia, journalism, memorial sites and museums provide insights into...

Dr. Agnieszka Zaganczyk-Neufeld, Patrick Lehmhaus
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This Moodle course is directed at people interested in creating podcasts in a teaching-learning context. Its contents range from an evaluation of the potential of podcasts to technical requirements and (listening) examples from university teaching.

Anika Meißner, Holger Kahle and Madeleine Landsberg Scherff
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In this eLearning Podcast, RUBeL talks to guests working in higher education about their digital projects, methods, ideas and concepts - subject-specific and/or interdisciplinary and application-oriented from teaching practice.

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