Volea (2018–2023)

Together with the Medical Education Center at the University Hospital rechts der Isar and the Chair of Empirical Educational Research and Research Methodology at the University of Erfurt, we are investigating the effectiveness of teaching videos in medical teaching (teaching module "Medical Conversation"). This project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

Koleho (2015–2019)

We support our colleagues at the Department of Continuing Education and Media at the TU Braunschweig in their research on the effectiveness of continuing education measures in higher education pedagogy. This project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

HyteQ (2021-2024)

HyteQ aims to continue the further development of digital university teaching at TUM and to transfer it into a consolidated transformation thrust for hybrid teaching: Eight measures fit into the triad of teaching, learning and testing and will introduce specific innovations - complementing many of the measures already underway in the teaching strategy. In the area of teaching, a mandatory onboarding for all new teachers will be implemented, a concept for cross-location teaching will be developed and hy-scouts will be trained to support hybrid teaching. With regard to learning, a digital learning coach and digital literacy will be offered to students and learning modelling will also be integrated into Moodle. In the area of examination, an examination incubator for the development of innovative forms of examination and Moodle plug-ins for digital examinations are implemented. The development of Moodle plug-ins and handouts will be open to all universities. Funding is provided by Stiftung Innovation in der Hochschullehre.



Quadis (2021-2024)

The Higher Education Didactic Centres of all Bavarian universities have joined forces for the project Qualität digital gestützter Lehre an bayerischen Hochschulen steigern. The overarching goal of the project is the strategic further development of continuing education in higher education didactics across all types of universities. This goal is being met with three project pillars: The first project pillar comprises the cooperative development of diverse blended learning seminars, which are made available as OER beyond the state borders to higher education teachers. Specific topics of digitised teaching will be discussed in the second project pillar via theme weeks and new specialist and working groups to be founded. The third project pillar will evaluate measures for the professional support of teachers in the transfer of digital teaching innovations into their teaching practice. The project is coordinated by Universität Bayern e.V. - Bavarian University Conference. Funding is provided by Stiftung Innovation in der Hochschullehre.