Digitization in Teaching
Welcome to the pages on Digitization in Teaching MIN (DL.MIN, formerly eLearning Office MIN). Here you will find our IT services, guides and projects of the DL.MIN department of the MIN Faculty of Studies.
For more information, visit the MIN Dean’s Office pages.
Also feel free to visit us on Github to see our technical publications.
Our IT Services
Course rooms with tools for communication and collaboration in a comprehensive learning management system.
Web-based development environment for various programming languages (C, C++, Python, R, Bash, Gnuplot and Dot) with evaluation.
File storage and groupware solution for collaborative work with various tools, such as Collabora.
Helpdesk and issue tracking system for handling support cases and requests.
Rental platform for use in teaching.
Server infrastructure for web-based video streams suitable for (educational) events.
[DE] Dynamic Visualizations: Examples and Use in Teaching
Behind the Scenes: DL.MIN Stop-Motion Workshop
Guests: Katrin Singer and Abdelkrim Fertahi on project-based work in the "Critical Cartography" seminar
[DE] E-Exams With the iPad
Moodle Tip: Moodle 4.0 – We present the new version of our MIN-Moodle
Net Discovery: Learn programming playfully
[DE] Safe(r) Into the Summer Break: Tips or More Security on the Computer
Moodle Tip: Closing courses in MIN-Moodle
Net Discovery: TALK: A dialogue day on teaching
Copy, backup and restore Moodle courses
This tutorial shows how to create a backup of a course in MIN-Moodle and restore it as a course copy in another course area / semester.
[DE] Take Home Exam with Moodle
Moodle supports THEs in various ways: in organization, methodological design and documentation.
Set up and use mobile hotspots
How to set up a mobile hotspot on iOS or Android and how to use it wisely?
Our Video Production Portfolio
[DE] Basic concepts of cartography, remote sensing and geoinformatics
How do I create a two-dimensional map of our earth? These and other questions from the field of "geoinformation systems" are answered in three short learning videos of the project "Digital Mapping".
[DE] Bridges to the organic chemistry internships
A collection of short videos for easy access to lab equipment and basic working techniques for beginning chemistry students.
JUNOSOL – Jupyter-notebooks for self-organized learning
Jupyter allows platform-independent data analysis, plotting, and annotation to be organized. Also, it creates output that is nearly ready for publication and easily reproducible.