We at the Center for Technology-Enhanced Learning (ZML) 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 part of the Digitalization and Sustainability department.


Center for Technology-Enhanced Learning

To activate Copilot: First tips and ideas for use in teaching

At KIT, Microsoft Copilot is now officially available to all employees and students as a generative AI. On our website you will find information on access as well as application ideas and insights into specialized prompting techniques.


Our goal is to support teachers at KIT who want to explore and use the potential of generative AI in their teaching. We provide information and guidance on how to effectively integrate these advanced technologies into teaching practice.

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We have moved!

The ZML is now located on the fourth floor of InformatiKOM - the new KIT building on Adenauerring!

The InformatiKOM is much more than just a building. It functions as an innovative interface for interdisciplinary exchange between the university and society. As ZML, we now work under one roof with other renowned institutions such as the Department of Science Communication, the Institute of Anthropomatics and Robotics and the library's media center. This creates an inspiring environment for scientists, students and the public.

A particular highlight of the new InformatiKOM are the professional video studios, which are intended for KIT's own productions and teaching. We are excited about the creative potential that will open up in the new building and look forward to the developments to come.

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Our newsletter, which we send out three times a year, and the ZML account on Twitter keep you informed about the latest developments in digital teaching, and we also report on our own services and events.


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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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Monika Landgraf

Episode 19: 
Monika Landgraf is head of the overall communications department at KIT. She is also KIT's press spokesperson, deputy head of the Staff and Strategy Service Unit (STS) and acting head of the Central Marketing Department. (NL03/2023)

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Moritz Mödinger

Episode 18: 
Moritz Mödinger has been working as a research assistant at the Research Center for School Sport and Sport for Children and Adolescents (FoSS) at the Institute of Sport and Sport Science (IfSS) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) since 2019. He is also a lecturer at the Seminar for Teacher Training in Heilbronn and works as a teacher at Hölderlin-Gymnasium in Lauffen am Neckar. (NL02/2023)

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Dr. Polina Häfner

Episode 17:
In the seventeenth episode of Digital People, Polina Häfner answers our questions. She is mainly involved in basic and contract research in the field of virtual reality. (NL01/2023)

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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.