Literature

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The basic course "Modern German Literary Studies" introduces students to the central subject areas of German Studies. The seminar was offered in winter semester 2016/2017 by Dr. Kleinwort and shows exemplarily, how an NDL basic course can be conducted, which topics are dealt with and which achievements have to be made.

Dr. Malte Kleinwort
pawns

lecture recording

A web-based lecture for (self-) study: Fundamentals of game theory by Prof. Stefan Winter, Chair of Human Resource Management.

Prof. Dr. Stefan Winter
Law

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This lecture is aimed at non-economists, but in particular at law students with an interest in the economic analysis of law. It is offered every semester. The lecture is intended for the conventional areas of microeconomics and their application to legal issues.

Dr. rer. pol. Marc Scheufen
Sculpture

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In this OCW course, the structure, design and sequence of the lecture Educational & Pedagogical Theories from SoSe16 are presented. The lecture is part of the Bildungswissenschaftliches Basismodul (BiWi) which is a compulsory module for students who want to become teachers.

Prof. Dr. Till Kössler
Picture for the Moodle-Kurs

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The exercise dealt with maps as sources for historical research. Students were required to use different eLearning tools in their obligatory final presentation.

Dr. Agnieszka Zagańczyk-Neufeld

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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.

Dr. Julia Eberle
Books

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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