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ZML - Center for Technology-Enhanced Learning


Building 08.03
Karl-Friedrich-Str. 17
76133 Karlsruhe
Germany

Phone: +49 721 608-48200
fax: +49 721 608-48210
E-mail: infoSzy5∂zml kit edu

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Important notes

 

If you have any questions, please contact us by mail.

Information on mobile work at KIT can be found here.

Information on copyright can be found here.

Current information

 

  • KIT has centrally obtained Zoom licenses. Instructions and further information on the use of Zoom for (live) teaching will follow until April 9.

  • Instructions for video editing for Windows/Linux and macOS are now available.

  • The sharing portal is expected to be available from April 13th.

  • MS Teams: Partner accounts (GuP accounts) will be set up in the course of this week, the cooperation of teachers and students should be possible by mid-April.

  • Descriptions of a practical use of MS teams in teaching will come in early April.

 

On these pages we present online teaching options that are jointly developed and provided by a group of experts (from ZML, BIB, SCC and decentralised operators), with which you can digitally supplement or compensate your teaching.

Test phase: At the moment everything humanly possible is being done to ensure that the planned technical solutions are available from 14th of April 2020 the latest. Please use the time from April 15th to 17th as a test phase, e.g. to upload videos, announce and start a "live session" with Zoom or MS Teams. Please also involve the students, so that e.g. the smooth login to the virtual rooms works. This "practice phase" could smooth out the rush to the existing support structures so that not everything overflows in the week of April 20th and we all start the semester well.


You can find the following information here:

 

These pages focus on technical and didactic issues. However, fundamental questions and guidelines on the subject of studies and teaching, as well as exams, are published on the central page of the Corona Crisis Staff. Please also note that the scenarios proposed do not correspond to the usual procedure for the planning and implementation of online courses, which require more time and didactic advice for their development. The options have been selected according to the aspects of the promptly use by both lecturers and students, the least possible effort for creation, and the area-wide availability for all members of the KIT. This compilation will be adapted immediately in consideration of the changing situation.

The English-language online teaching offer is continuously expanded. We ask you kindly to be patient.