We at the Center for Technology-Enhanced Learning are committed to the continuous and systematic development of media use in teaching in order to actively shape the future of teaching at KIT. Together with you, we want to advance digitization in teaching and in the communication of science at KIT. Please contact us for further information on our range of services or for advice on your individual project.

The Center for Technology-Enhanced Learning (ZML) is a scientific institution of the House of Competence (HoC), the central agency for teaching key competencies at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). 

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robots, science camp
Dive into the world of robots!

From February 15 to 19, our Science Camp Robotics Online will take place. Students in grades 8-10 can work with the humanoid robot NAO daily from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. We will show the students how to program the NAO graphically. The participants then take over the control of the NAO from their computer. In the livestream they can see how the robot follows their own instructions. The camp is free of charge and no previous knowledge is required.

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The Second Online Semester at KIT Has Begun

At the beginning of November, the new semester started at KIT. Due to the Corona Pandemic, only an ongoing limited attendance on campus is possible. Instead, most courses will continue to be held online. New this semester are the hybrid teaching scenarios. These represent a combination of classroom and online courses. The aim is to offer as much classroom teaching as possible, especially for first-year students in the winter semester 20/21.

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Project, digital exams
Designing digital exams in a way that is oriented towards learning success, data security and equal opportunities

The project "Designing digital exams in a way that is oriented towards learning success, data security and equal opportunities", a project sponsored by the anniversary initiative "Wirkung hoch 100" of the Stifterverband, opens up possibilities for different digital examination formats. Together with teachers & learners and eLearning experts, requirements and needs are being surveyed across universities and approaches for low-threshold use of digital examinations are being developed.

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Our newsletter is published several times a year in German and informs you about new developments in e-learning, about our ZML services and events from the digital world including our own ZML events.


Newsletter 02/2020 (in German)
Newsletter 01/2020 (in German)
Newsletter 03/2019 (in German)
Newsletter 02/2019 (in German)


Digital People Interviews

In our Digital People Interviews, we introduce you to people who have immersed themselves in the digital world and are helping to shape it through new structures, through their teaching or innovation(s).

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Ass. jur. Marina Bitmann

Episode 10: Ass. jur. Marina Bitmann

In the seventh episode Marina Bitmann answers our questions. She has been the data protection officer at KIT since 2013. Her task is to support KIT in the implementation of the State Data Protection Act and other legal provisions on data protection.

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Prof. Dr. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h. c. Jivka Ovtcharova

Episode 9: Prof. Jivka Ovtcharova

In the ninth episode Jivka Ovtcharova answers our questions. The professor with a double doctorate in mechanical engineering and computer science is head of the Institute for Information Management in Engineering (IMI) and director of the Research Center for Computer Science (FZI). With the focal points of her institute, Prof. Ovtcharova makes a decisive contribution to making traditional engineering work based on modern technologies such as virtual reality and artificial intelligence fascinating and tangible. Her work focuses on the Resourceful Human and its role in the comprehensive digital transformation of science, economy and society.

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Prof. Dr. Jörn Müller-Quade

Episode 8: Prof. Dr. Jörn Müller-Quade

In the first Newsletter 2020 Professor Dr. Jörn Müller-Quade answers our questions. He is head of the research group "Cryptography and Security" at KIT and director at FZI. He is speaker and initiator of the KASTEL competence center. His research focuses on secure cloud computing, secure multi-party computing, security definitions and models, and hardware trust anchors.

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Here you will find selected highlights from our work. We would be happy to advise you individually if you want to realize similar projects or have completely new ideas.