Resources for digitally supported teaching/e-learning
Universität Hamburg provides an array of practical resources for you to independently digitalize your teaching.
Universität Hamburg E-learning Portal
The Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences’ e-learning office is part of Universität Hamburg’s e-learning network. Our full range of services and tools are listed in the University’s E-learning Portal: https://www.uni-hamburg.de/elearning
Didactic services for (digital) teaching
The Hamburg Center for University Teaching and Learning (HUL) provides assistance and qualifications for teachers in higher education teaching. The HUL provides a range of self-learning materials on the practicalities of higher education teaching: https://www.hul.uni-hamburg.de/selbstlernmaterialien.html
OpenOlat learning platform
As a teacher, you are invited to take part in the OpenOlat course for exchanging ideas on how to shape online teaching. There you will find actively supervised forums and structured references to technical, didactic, and other types of resources. Login with your university username (B-Kennung): https://www.openolat.uni-hamburg.de/auth/RepositoryEntry/89882926
The coronavirus pandemic has presented teachers with the challenge of digitalizing examinations ad hoc. Find information on and help with creating take-home examinations on the topic page: http://uhh.de/the
Taking special circumstances into account
Together with student disability coordinators / student disability representatives and the service center for inclusive and accessible schools, the Family Office has created a handout for teachers using digital teaching on how to take students’ special circumstances into account. The handout recommends certain measures that can make online teaching more inclusive: https://www.uni-hamburg.de/studieren-mit-behinderung/infos-lehrende/downloads.html
Students, you can find video tutorials about the key digital platforms you will encounter during courses which are predominantly online at Universität Hamburg in this Lecture2Go series.