Open learning opportunities

There are learning opportunities that are not only interesting for students or teachers, but should also be made available to other target groups. We would like to present a few open learning offers that we were involved in creating.

Lectures on various topics, for example, can be viewed via our YouTube channel "Teaching and Knowledge". Free and public opportunities for continuing education are also offered by platforms such as OpenCourses and Coursera. Within some projects, we have developed courses for specific target groups that are also publicly accessible.

YouTube channel "Teaching and Knowledge

On our YouTube channel "Teaching and Knowledge", we publish a variety of videos with exciting knowledge from teaching and research at KIT. In addition to our own video productions, you will also find lecture recordings from a wide range of study programs. Ideal to get a taste of different topics.

OpenCourses KIT

More and more courses are to be made freely available also outside KIT. On the open learning platform OpenCourses KIT, you can participate in some courses free of charge, including the "NoPhish course" on Internet security or the "Procrastination MOOC" against eternal procrastination of tasks.


In the AMALEA online course, interested parties can interactively acquire knowledge about the machine learning process using concrete applications. The AMALEA course is generally structured in such a way that participants can work through the content individually in varying depths. Developed in close cooperation with the KI Campus, AMALEA has been available to all interested parties without restriction on the KI Campus platform since September 2021.

Online course for KTT managers

As part of the BePerfekt project, the online course "Wissens- und Technologietransfer KOMPAKT - Ein Online-Kurs für mehr Transfer in Ihrer Einrichtung" (Knowledge and Technology Transfer COMPACT - An Online Course for More Transfer at Your Institution) was created and can be found on the FokusTransfer website. With the help of the instructional video series, participants learn how to advance knowledge and technology transfer (KTT) at their institution. They also learn how to make transfer visible at the institution, what steps are needed to create and implement a transfer strategy, and what trending topics are currently occupying the transfer community.

DiKraft - Digital cross-industry service and training network for the skilled workers of tomorrow

Energy-efficient building refurbishment is one of the potential future markets for the skilled trades. Since several trades usually work in parallel in energy-efficient refurbishment, there is an increased need for further training and communication. The DiKraft project has therefore developed compact learning nuggets for skilled workers and trainees in the trades. These can be accessed flexibly using mobile devices.