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.
Teaching recharged: the download centre gives lecturers at Ruhr university the opportunity to get suggestions on all aspects of teaching.
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).
Video recording of the lecture Introduction to Quantum Mechanics and Statistics from the summer semester 2016.
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.
Explore the Ruhr area’s literary side! On the literature map of the Ruhr area you will find showplaces from novels and poems, whereabouts of local authors and literary institutions.
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.
Every year, works from different fields, visual arts, literature or film and more, enter the public domain. What does that mean? Public domain means that these works no longer have a rights holder. In Germany, this occurs 70 years after the death of the author.
A list of the authors concerned is available on Wikipedia: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Public_Domain_Day/2021_in_Public_Domain This year, for example, Max Beckmann or Heinrich Mann are included. However, this does not necessarily mean that the works can be found on the internet or are actually freely accessible. Museums in particular claim reproduction rights, which is why accessibility is nevertheless made more difficult.