Meetings supports the ability to conduct and manage live online training (e.g., webinars), online lectures (e.g., lectures), and video conferencing. Participants can hear each other during a live online course and see through a connected webcam, share documents (PDF and Office documents) with each other, collaboratively create a text, communicate via instant messaging, and let other participants view their desktop.

A meeting is always assigned to a crouse in Stud.IP. It can only be visited by the organizing person himself and by his participants. A course can be either a course or a study group. A study group allows lecturers and students to use meetings that are not assigned to a course. This will help faculty networking with colleagues and students in setting up a learner-centered work environment for self-organized cooperative learning.

Support for decentralized learning

A lecturer can provide a work environment for decentralized collaborative learning through a classroom tutorial for each tutorial. A special function allows the lecturer to allocate event rights to the students for the meeting, so that they can, for example, record an accomplished meeting. This allowed students to repeat the course content following a tutorial. In addition, students who could not attend a meeting could rework the content of the course.

Letzte Änderung am February 12, 2018, at 03:07 PM von cfliegn.