e-Learning

eLearning allows for interactive and multimedia-based teaching that can be incorporated into student-oriented didactic concepts. Furthermore, eLearning is about making good use of technology for learning and teaching. Internet and communication technologies are employed in a secure, protected manner at MCI. Among other things, the Sakai learning management system facilitates organized, targeted teaching and learning that promotes a modern, interactive and vibrant university culture.

The individual further training measures complement each other and deal with the planning, implementation, assessment and evaluation of eLearning services. The practical application of various tools is another equally important element of eLearning. Individual measures in the eLearning module can be reserved as classroom and / or online modules.

Winter semester 2019/2020

Dates:
03.09.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom

24.10.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

14.01.2020 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – DE | Online

Content:
Adobe Connect™ is a virtual conference system which allows for the delivery of courses (webinars) held in real time over the Internet. Even participants who have not worked much with eLearning tools before can quickly get great results for a virtual class. This seminar introduces Adobe Connect with a focus on using the basic features of the tool. Participants learn about the basic operation of the interface and the basic toolset for delivering online classes.

Learning Goals:
Participants in this course will:

  • understand the administrative framework, such as Adobe Connect licenses, meeting creation, and meeting recording.
  • learn how to differentiate between three different roles in a meeting.
  • be familiar with the standard layout in Adobe Connect:
    • assign a list of attendees and associated functions such as speaking rights and
    • status messages
    • chat area
    • share Pod
    • video Pod
  • Be able to communicate with other participants via VOIP.
  • Create recordings of Adobe Connect meetings.

Target Group:
Teachers and faculty members who want to use Adobe Connect as a tool for blended learning.

Group Size:
Maximum 15 participants 

Requirements:
None

Methodology:
Interacitve workshop

Module:
eLearning

Note:
Bring your own headset and laptop to test the audio settings for Adobe Connect!

Trainers:
Regina Obexer, Michaela Preuner, Lyuba Stafyeyeva

Dates:
17.09.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom

07.11.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

28.02.2020 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – DE | Online

Content:
Based on the Adobe Connect Basics seminar, this course discusses practical application possibilities and didactic concepts of virtual meetings. Approaches for conducting group work on Adobe Connect are explained, sharing of learning content with participants is discussed in detail, and didactic tips for conducting a webinar are provided. All of this is implemented directly in a live meeting.

Learning Goals:
Participants in this course will:

  • Know how to organize group work through Adobe Connect.
  • Learn how to share screen content as a didactic tool.
  • Learn didactic tips and tricks for conducting live meetings.

Target Group:
Teachers and faculty assistants who are using Adobe Connect as a tool for blended learning and who have attended the Adobe Connect Basic seminar.

Group Size:
Maximum 15 participants

Requirements:
Adobe Connect Basic, existing Adobe license in the department (only for specific projects)

Methodology:
Interactive workshop

Module:
eLearning

Note:
Please bring your own headset and laptop to test the audio settings for Adobe Connect.

Trainers:
Regina Obexer, Michaela Preuner, Lyuba Stafyeyeva

Date 1 (course consists of 2 days):
11.09.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom, and

18.09.2019 | 15:00-16:30 | 2 TU – DE | Online

Date 2 (course consists of 2 days):
13.11.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online, and

20.11.2019 | 15:00-16:30 | 2 TU – EN | Online

Date 3 (course consists of 2 days):
05.02.2020 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom, and

12.02.2020 | 15:00-16:30 | 2 TU – DE | Online

Content:
This workshop deals with the concept of blended learning as a combination of virtual and on-campus learn settings and methods. A range of formats, models and possibilities of using blended learning in higher education are presented, and the four pillars of blended learning are explained.

This workshop is about analyzing, planning and evaluating the possible combination of classroom teaching, online learning and the use of technologies for learning and teaching. From this experience, insights for participant's own practice are derived in that they develop a concept for their own blended learning course or teaching session.

Learning Goals:
Participants in this course will:

  • Be familiar with different models of Blended Learning & the Flipped Classroom
  • Be able to describe the concept of blended learning, the differences to classroom teaching, and the 4 pillars of blended learning
  • Be able to compare and analyze online and offline learning activities in order to assess which learning activities are best suited for online or offline settings.
  • Reflect on their own course and consider appropriate online formats.
  • Develop, present and discuss a concept for their own blended learning course.

Target Group:
Internal and external teachers of the MCI, teaching assistants, heads of degree programs

Group Size:
Maximum 15 participant 

Requirements:
Basic knowledge of the Sakai Learning Management System and of Adobe Connect is required (Sakai
Basic Training, Adobe Basics Training)

Methodology:
Interactive workshop (face-to-face) plus webinar. The face-to-face workshop is held in the form of an interactive workshop with short presentations, discussion and practical work. The webinar enables participants to experience learning and presenting in a synchronous online mode.

Module:
eLearning

Trainers:
Regina Obexer, Lyuba Stafyeyeva

Dates:
05.09.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom

22.10.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

16.01.2020 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – DE | Online

Content:
Sakai is a digital learning management system that enables flexible and collaborative teaching and learning, supporting the use of a variety of media, tools and contents. In addition to supporting blended and online learning programs at MCI, Sakai can also enhance face-to-face classroom teaching in that it offers a central and flexible hub for communication with students and for teaching and learning documentation.

In this seminar, participants first gain an insight into Sakai from an administrative perspective. Following that, they learn about Sakai’s user interface and the standard toolset in Sakai. This set includes the following tools:

  • Home/Overview
  • Resources
  • Announcements
  • Assignments
  • Forum
  • Chat
  • Drop Box
  • Lessons
  • Messages
  • Site Info
  • Help
  • Syllabus

From this standard toolset, the most commonly used tools Resources, Announcements, Assignments and Messages are dealt with in depth.

Learning Goals:
Participants in this course will:

  • get to know the various possibilities and scenarios in which Sakai can be used
  • understand how Sakai pages are generated and learn about the different roles in Sakai
  • be able to distinguish between course pages, project pages and study program pages.
  • be able to navigate around the Home area, the Site Directory function and the structure of course pages.
  • be familiar with the standards toolset and gain a first insight in how to use these at a basic level
  • be able to use four commonly used tools and have applied these through practical examples  in their own course site.

Target Group:
Teachers and teaching assistants in degree programmes, office managers, obligatory for new MCI employees

Group Size:
Maximum 15 participants

Requirements:
None

Methodology:
Interactive workshop

Module:
eLearning

Trainers:
Regina Obexer, Michaela Preuner, Lyuba Stafyeyeva

Dates:
19.09.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom

03.10.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

30.01.2020 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – DE | Online

Content:
Based on the Sakai Basics Workshop, various possible applications of special tools in Sakai will be discussed, including the didactically sound preparation of learning content on Sakai. The participants get to know Sakai as a virtual learning environment in depth and gain insight into the use and application of a variety of tools using their personal test course to practice. The following tools will be covered in depth:

  • Lessons
  • Forum
  • Assignments
  • Polls
  • Gradebook

Learning Goals:
Participants in this course will:

  • Use the above mentioned tools for their courses in didactically sound ways
  • Learn about different ways that can be used to prepare content for Sakai course sites, and associated standards
  • Be able to copy contents of already existing course pages into new course pages.
  • Have worked through a number of practical examples in their own course.

Target Group:
All MCI staff members who teach or support teaching and have already participated in the Sakai Basic Seminar.

Group Size:
Maximum 15 participants

Requirements:
Sakai Basic

Methodology:
Interactive workshop

Module:
eLearning

Trainers:
Regina Obexer, Michaela Preuner, Lyuba Stafyeyeva

Date:
26.11.2019 | 14:30-16:00 | 2 UE - EN | Online

Content:
This course covers the planning, design and moderation of webinars. Participants will become familiar with the basics of online communication, discuss the peculiarities of synchronous online teaching and develop different methods of interaction in webinars.

Learning Goals:
Participants in this event will

  • learn about the basic aspects of online communication and the differences between moderating asynchronous and synchronous courses.
  • learn the most important aspects of moderating webinars.
  • learn how to interact with Adobe Connect.
  • get tips for designing an interactive webinar.

Requirements:
Completion of Sakai Basics, Adobe Connect Basics, and Adobe Connect Advanced tool training courses.

Methodology
Interactive Webinar

Target Group:
Internal and external lecturers as well as teaching assistants and heads of degree programmes

Module:
eLearning

Trainer:
Regina Obexer

Please note that this seminar is currently available in German only.

Let us know in case you would like to attend a similar event in English.

Please note that this seminar is currently available in German only.

Let us know in case you would like to attend a similar event in English.

Please note that this seminar is currently available in German only.

Let us know in case you would like to attend a similar event in English.

Please note that this seminar is currently available in German only.

Let us know in case you would like to attend a similar event in English.

Please note that this seminar is currently available in German only.

Let us know in case you would like to attend a similar event in English.

Summer semester 2019

Dates:
08.01.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom

09.01.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

05.03.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – DE | Online

09.05.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

Contents:
Sakai is a digital learning management system that enables flexible and collaborative teaching and learning, supporting the use of a variety of media, tools and contents. In addition to supporting blended and online learning programs at MCI, Sakai can also enhance face-to-face classroom teaching in that it offers a central and flexible hub for communication with students and for teaching and learning documentation.

In this seminar, participants first gain an insight into Sakai from an administrative perspective. Following that, they learn about Sakai’s user interface and the standard toolset in Sakai. This set includes the following tools:

  • Home/Overview
  • Resources
  • Announcements
  • Assignments
  • Forum
  • Chat
  • Drop Box
  • Lessons
  • Messages
  • Site Info
  • Help
  • Syllabus

From this standard toolset, the most commonly used tools Resources, Announcements, Assignments and Messages are dealt with in depth.

Learning Goals:
Participants in this course will:

  • get to know the various possibilities and scenarios in which Sakai can be used
  • understand how Sakai pages are generated and learn about the different roles in Sakai
  • be able to distinguish between course pages, project pages and study program pages.
  • be able to navigate around the Home area, the Site Directory function and the structure of course pages.
  • be familiar with the standards toolset and gain a first insight in how to use these at a basic level
  • be able to use four commonly used tools and have applied these through practical examples  in their own course site.

Target Group:
Teachers and teaching assistants in degree programmes, office managers, obligatory for new MCI employees

Group Size:
Maximum 15 participants

Requirements:
None

Methodology:
Interactive workshop

Trainers:
Regina Obexer, Michaela Preuner, Lyuba Stafyeyeva

Module:
eLearning

Dates:
29.01.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom

31.01.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

26.03.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – DE | Online

06.06.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

Content:
Based on the Adobe Connect Basics seminar, this course discusses practical application possibilities and didactic concepts of virtual meetings. Approaches for conducting group work on Adobe Connect are explained, sharing of learning content with participants is discussed in detail, and didactic tips for conducting a webinar are provided. All of this is implemented directly in a live meeting.

Learning Goals:
Participants in this course will:

  • Know how to organize group work through Adobe Connect.
  • Learn how to share screen content as a didactic tool.
  • Learn didactic tips and tricks for conducting live meetings.

Target Group:
Teachers and faculty assistants who are using Adobe Connect as a tool for blended learning and who have attended the Adobe Connect Basic seminar.

Group Size:
Maximum 15 participants

Requirements:
Adobe Connect Basic, existing Adobe license in the department (only for specific projects)

Methodology:
Interactive workshop

Trainers:
Regina Obexer, Michaela Preuner, Lyuba Stafyeyeva

Module:
eLearning

Note:
Please bring your own headset and laptop to test the audio settings for Adobe Connect.

Date 1 (course consists of 2 days):
05.02.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom, and

12.02.2019 | 15:00-16:30 | 2 TU – DE | Online

Date 2 (course consists of 2 days):
07.02.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online, and

14.02.2019 | 15:00-16:30 | 2 TU – EN | Online

Date 3 (course consists of 2 days):
02.04.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom, and

09.04.2019 | 15:00-16:30 | 2 TU – DE | Online

Date 4 (course consists of 2 days):
13.06.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online, and

20.06.2019 | 15:00-16:30 | 2 TU – EN | Online

Contents:
This workshop deals with the concept of blended learning as a combination of virtual and on-campus learn settings and methods. A range of formats, models and possibilities of using blended learning in higher education are presented, and the four pillars of blended learning are explained.

This workshop is about analysing, planning and evaluating the possible combination of classroom teaching, online learning and the use of technologies for learning and teaching. From this experience, insights for participant's own practice are derived in that they develop a concept for their own blended learning course or teaching session.

Learning Goals:
Participants in this course will:

  • Be familiar with different models of Blended Learning & the Flipped Classroom
  • Be able to describe the concept of blended learning, the differences to classroom teaching, and the 4 pillars of blended learning
  • Be able to compare and analyse online and offline learning activities in order to assess which learning activities are best suited for online or offline settings.
  • Reflect on their own course and consider appropriate online formats.
  • Develop, present and discuss a concept for their own blended learning course.

Target Group:
Internal and external teachers of the MCI, teaching assistants, heads of degree programmes

Group Size:
Maximum 15 participants

Requirements:
Basic knowledge of the Sakai Learning Management System and of Adobe Connect is required (Sakai Basic Training, Adobe Basics Training)

Methodology:
Interactive workshop (face-to-face) plus webinar. The face-to-face workshop is held in the form of an interactive workshop with short presentations, discussion and practical work. The webinar enables participants to experience learning and presenting in a synchronous online mode.

Trainers:
Regina Obexer, Lyuba Stafyeyeva

Module:
eLearning

Dates:
08.01.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom

09.01.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

05.03.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – DE | Online

09.05.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

Contents:
Sakai is a digital learning management system that enables flexible and collaborative teaching and learning, supporting the use of a variety of media, tools and contents. In addition to supporting blended and online learning programs at MCI, Sakai can also enhance face-to-face classroom teaching in that it offers a central and flexible hub for communication with students and for teaching and learning documentation.

In this seminar, participants first gain an insight into Sakai from an administrative perspective. Following that, they learn about Sakai’s user interface and the standard toolset in Sakai. This set includes the following tools:

  • Home/Overview
  • Resources
  • Announcements
  • Assignments
  • Forum
  • Chat
  • Drop Box
  • Lessons
  • Messages
  • Site Info
  • Help
  • Syllabus

From this standard toolset, the most commonly used tools Resources, Announcements, Assignments and Messages are dealt with in depth.

Learning Goals:
Participants in this course will:

  • get to know the various possibilities and scenarios in which Sakai can be used
  • understand how Sakai pages are generated and learn about the different roles in Sakai
  • be able to distinguish between course pages, project pages and study program pages.
  • be able to navigate around the Home area, the Site Directory function and the structure of course pages.
  • be familiar with the standards toolset and gain a first insight in how to use these at a basic level
  • be able to use four commonly used tools and have applied these through practical examples  in their own course site.

Target Group:
Teachers and teaching assistants in degree programmes, office managers, obligatory for new MCI employees

Group Size:
Maximum 15 participants

Requirements:
None

Methodology:
Interactive workshop

Trainers:
Regina Obexer, Michaela Preuner, Lyuba Stafyeyeva

Module:
eLearning

Date:
15.01.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom

Contents:

This seminar focuses on the skills required to provide effective support for Sakai teaching sites in the context of online and blende learning. Design possibilities of Sakai study program sites and course sites in Sakai will be examined on the basis of best-practice examples. In addition, the use of the tools Lessons, Web Content, News and Sign-up is dealt with in detail in this course. Mirroring of course sites will also be demonstrated.

Learning Goals:
Participants in this course will:

  • get to know the design possibilities and functions of study program sites and course sites in Sakai.
  • be able to use the above-mentioned tools.
  • know and be able to apply the standards for the design of Sakai pages.
  • be able to copy content from existing course sites into new course sites.
  • be able to create groups in Sakai course sites.
  • be able to use a set of tools for the administration of Sakai

Target Group:
All office managers and assistants who support teaching.

Group Size:
Maximum 15 participants

Requirements:
Sakai Basic

Methodology:
Interactive workshop

Trainers:
Regina Obexer, Michaela Preuner, Lyuba Stafyeyeva

Module:
eLearning

Dates:
15.01.2019 | 14:00-16:15 | 3 TU – DE | Classroom

17.01.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

12.03.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – DE | Online

16.05.2019 | 17:00-19:15 | 3 TU – EN | Online

Contents:
Based on the Sakai Basics Workshop, various possible applications of special tools in Sakai will be discussed, including the didactically sound preparation of learning content on Sakai. The participants get to know Sakai as a virtual learning environment in depth and gain insight into the use and application of a variety of tools using their personal test course to practice. The following tools will be covered in depth:

  • Lessons
  • Forum
  • Polls
  • Test & Quizzes

Learning Goals:
Participants in this course will:

  • Use the above mentioned tools for their courses in didactically sound ways
  • Learn about different ways that can be used to prepare content for Sakai course sites, and associated standards
  • Be able to copy contents of already existing course pages into new course pages.
  • Have worked through a number of practical examples in their own course.

Target Group:
All MCI staff members who teach or support teaching and have already participated in the Sakai Basic Seminar.

Group Size:
Maximum 15 participants

Requirements:
Sakai Basic

Methodology:
Interactive workshop

Trainers:
Regina Obexer, Michaela Preuner, Lyuba Stafyeyeva

Module:
eLearning

Please note that this seminar is currently available in German only.

Let us know in case you would like to attend a similar event in English.

Please note that this seminar is currently available in German only.

Let us know in case you would like to attend a similar event in English.

Please note that this seminar is currently available in German only.

Let us know in case you would like to attend a similar event in English.

Please note that this seminar is currently available in German only.

Let us know in case you would like to attend a similar event in English.

Please note that this seminar is currently available in German only.

Let us know in case you would like to attend a similar event in English.

Please note that this seminar is currently available in German only.

Let us know in case you would like to attend a similar event in English.

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We are also happy to offer customized group coaching tailored to individual needs (from 5 persons upwards), also available in English. In special cases, individual coaching can be reserved.

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