Humanities and Social Sciences

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teaser english test

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Lecture: Faust (NDL)

This course is the lecture "Faust" in Modern German Literature, which was held in the winter semester 2023/24. 

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MeToo in Science

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Literary Topography - The Map of Heliopolis

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Online Escape Room "Middle Ages"

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Journey to modernity

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Practical Exercise: In the middle of history - Virtual reality at memorial sites

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Self-study course: Doing health in a digitalized world (OCW)

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Data visualisation for humanities scholars (OER)

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Cultural platforms / Platform cultures (OER)

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Metaverse (OER)

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Self-reading course: Buddhism in South Asia

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Data literacy for learning analytics (for students)

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Course: Working Techniques in Literary Studies

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Course: Performance and Health Sport from a Psychological Perspective

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Online course resurrection of Jesus

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Online course on the death of Jesus

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Lecture: The Death (NDL)

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We are VR

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Podcast "Law and Queer Challenges"

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Podcast of Marie Jahoda Center

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Media (everyday) worlds between formal and informal contexts

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Data Literacy for Learning Analytics (for lectures)

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Self-reading course: Hinduism

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Digital Escapes. The Importance of Spatiality in Game Design

This OCW-course serves as a demonstration course for the creation of Escape Room Games. The course took place in the winter semester 2020/2021. The purpose of the course is to explore practical and theoretical questions on how digital games represent, implement, and construct space.

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Workshop: East Asia and the EU as Partners in Global Economic Governance

The workshop "East Asia and the EU as Partners in Global Economic Governance" took place on 4 July, 2017. International participants and speakers addressed questions of actorness, role conceptions and forms and venues for EU cooperation with East Asia. This course presents video recordings of the workshop.