Digital Learning and Teaching
Stud.IP 5.4 test system now available!
On August 15th, we will switch to Stud.IP version 5.4! To give you a preview of the new features, we have set up a test system. You can log in with your usual access credentials at this link to explore the test system. Please test the import of your courseware content in particular!
What's new in Stud.IP 5.4? This version will introduce numerous new features, such as a new workspace, new possibilities in the courseware... You can preview all the changes here.
Are you using the courseware? Then we kindly ask you to test the import of your courseware content into the new version. The courseware has been extensively revised. The migration may lead to changes, particularly in terms of layout and settings.
Please note: All changes made in the test system will be lost after the switch to Stud.IP 5.4! The test system is solely for preview purposes. We appreciate your feedback to ensure a smooth transition. If you have any questions or issues, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Save the Date: Lehre: get in[spired] 10.10.23 starting 9.30 a.m.
As part of your preparations for teaching in the upcoming winter semester, we would like to inform you about an event taking place this fall: On October 10, 2023 at VG (Court Laboratory), we invite you to be inspired by short best practice presentations, mini-workshops, and consultation hours on digital and analog teaching and learning. Furthermore, during the event, you will have the opportunity to get to know and try out the new hybrid technology at VG. During the lunch break (12:30 – 13:30), we invite all new instructors to an informal exchange and networking session with a light lunch. Stop by for a coffee and take away new ideas for your teaching. All instructors are welcome. We will provide more details and the program soon here and through the newsletter.
Test innovative tools now!
As part of the collaborative project Co³Learn, we provide instructors and students with various innovative tools for digital collaboration to try out. An overview can be found in the lower section of our tool overview.
Currently, Infinity Maps is offered as a mind-mapping tool that represents ideas and thoughts through hierarchies and branching in a map. It is used to visualize complex information and thereby create new ways of digitally and intuitively processing teaching content.
In Zenkit Hypernotes, you can capture, link, and structure notes. Contents and connections are presented in an easily accessible way. Tasks created in Hypernotes can be managed directly in Zenkit To Do. You and your students can use Zenkit Hypernotes and To Do without registration directly through login via the Academic Cloud.