DIGITAL SEMINARS AND TUTORIALS IN MOODLE

Moodle is particularly suitable for seminars and tutorials (“Übungen”).

The learning platform offers simple tools for interactive and collaborative work. With these features, it goes beyond a PDF library and is particularly suitable for guided yet self-organised work by students.

The programme is easy to understand. [coming soon] All JGU teachers and students will find the courses for which they are registered in Jogustine or entered as lecturers under "SoSe 2020" after logging in with their ZDV account (click the bottom right button saying “JGU MAINZ”).

[ZDV is currently working on a new JGU-wide Moodle installation. We kindly ask for your patience until the release. Until then, these guiding questions can offer suggestions and preparation for designing your digital courses. Team Digitale Lehre will continue to support you with the implementation as soon as Moodle is available.]

Moodle is particularly suitable for interactive courses such as seminars and exercises which are, however, conducted without attendance.

Learning media of all kinds as well as video recordings by the teachers themselves (e.g. with Panopto) can provide input and a basis for discussion. As in JGU-Reader, text documents can be provided here. In addition, various exercises, quizzes, surveys, personal feedback from the teacher or peer feedback from fellow students can guide and support the learning process. Forums are used for asynchronous written exchange, while chats can be used for synchronous meetings (in writing).

The program is easy to understand. These guiding questions can be helpful for a "translation" of the course you planned as a course conducted in attendance. For further tips and support please contact digitale-Lehre@uni-mainz.de.

Videos can be easily recorded using Panopto and then integrated into your Moodle course. Skype-for-Business can be used for a web conference.

[ZDV is currently working on a new JGU-wide Moodle installation. We kindly ask for your patience until the release. Until then, these guiding questions can offer suggestions and preparation for designing your digital courses. Team Digitale Lehre will continue to support you with the implementation as soon as Moodle is available.]

JGU services for digital teaching

Panopto auf video.uni-mainz.de (Link zur Homepage)
JGU-Reader (Link zur Homepage)
JGU-Moodle (Link zur Homepage)