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Due to the current situation with Corona, the E-Learning Center is providing information and services for the implementation of online teaching.



This web page is updated regularly.
Last update: 11 May 2020



Please note: because of the very high frequency of access throughout Germany, disturbances are likely to occur with all systems!



Due to the rapid introduction of the new services and the associated amount of additional inquiries, we ask for your understanding that there may be delays in answering inquiries.


Information for Faculty Members

Numerous online offers and programs allow for a wide variety of individual solutions for online teaching. Due to the current situation, many offers are experiencing difficulties and disruptions until the systems can be upgraded. Therefore, you should preferably use asynchronous formats.


  • Working Online with Students (28 April 2020)

  • How to Deliver Live Lectures Online (30 April 2020)

  • Legal Information Regarding the Recording of Lectures (31 March 2020)

  • Carrying out Summative Assessments (11 May 2020)

  • How to Create and Distribute Videos (15 April 2020)

  • Using Teaching Videos from Other Sources (17 March 2020)

  • Use of Online Content (18 March 2020)

  • How to Make Documents and Files Available (7 May 2020)

  • Notes on Barrier-Free Online Teaching (28 April 2020)

Important note: Please be aware of the General Data Protection Regulation GDPR (DSGVO) if you wish to use other third-party services and programs in addition to those listed.


  • E-Learning Center:
    If you have any didactic or other questions about multimedia tools (Moodle, Mahara, Camtasia, Streamingserver, eduVote), please contact the ELC via its support-ticket system.

 

  • IT-Help Desk: If you have questions about BigBlueButton, Zoom, Webex or Jitsi please contact IT-Help Desk.


Library

Members of the Munich University of Applied Sciences currently have access to numerous digital media and online courses from various publishers.

For further information please visit the MUAS Library webpages.