Video

self-study course in Moodle

In this module you will see an example of the creation of a video. You will get to know different software, can consider didactic questions and get suggestions on how to use videos in your lessons.

This is part of the joint project Digital Teaching and Learning in Teacher Education (digiLL_NRW).

Annette Hansen
Media

self-study course in Moodle

In this module you will learn how different media can be distinguished from each other, what this means for their applications in teaching and learning processes, and which functions they can take on.

This is part of the joint project Digital Teaching and Learning in Teacher Education (digiLL_NRW).

PSE: Mirja Beutel
digiLL NRW

website

Digital Teaching and Learning in Teacher Education: A joint project of the five teacher training centres of the universities of Bochum, Dortmund, Duisburg-Essen, Cologne and M√ľnster. In general didactic and subject-specific learning modules, teachers and teacher trainees learn a lot about the use of digital media in school lessons.

Professional School of Education
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
Darstellung von Figuren, die Videos konzipieren und erstellen

OpenCourseWare (OCW)

In this seminar in blended learning format, which included both face-to-face and e-learning units, the students addressed the question of why they chose their field of study and how they can tell others about it in video format using digital storytelling and create their own video.

Ines Gottschalk
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
interactive

self-study course in Moodle

This self-study course is for all who are interested in interactive whiteboards. You can expect learning units with videos and self-checking tests.

RUBeL &
Professional School of Education
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
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
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
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