Digital Infrastructures for Teaching and Learning
Modern teaching in higher education relies heavily on a modern infrastructure. We offer teaching staff and students access to and support for the following infrastructures.
Since 2011, we have managed – together with the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre – the TUM-wide lecturing and learning platform Moodle. Teaching staff can provide their students with learning materials (e.g. texts, graphics, videos, files, links) and interact and collaborate with their students (e.g. chat, forum, polls, online homework submission).
Please contact us if you would like to have your lectures recorded and to provide the recordings to your students. We are also happy to advise you on implementing video recordings and lecture videos into your teaching strategy.
We are currently developing a TUM-wide offering for formative and summative e-assessments. We are concentrating on scannable exams, online exams, and remote exams.
We have developed the app MobiDics together with colleagues at the Ludwig Maximilians University of München, the University of Passau, and the University of Göttingen. MobiDics is a pedagogy toolbox that assists you in preparing, structuring, and holding your lectures.