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Teaching Scenarios

Be it within Geology, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Human Rights or postgraduate teacher training and Sociology of Gender, where already successful international collaborations were realized. Courses of all disciplines can be transformed with the use of E-Learning tools to international-collaborative formats. Tools, such as the virtual classroom, video streaming or using online platforms like Blogs, Wikis and Moodle, provide a great range of functions to design courses for various demands in international teaching. The definition of teaching goals, the precise selection of collaborative E-Learning tools and the didactical usage of these tools make it possible to adjust courses for the required purposes. Within a teaching scenario a focal point can be set to synchronous learning within the classroom as well as asynchronous activities.

With unique teaching scenarios OIL.UP provides students and teachers extensive possibilities of networking, subject-specific and cultural reflections as well as promoting foreign language skills.

At University of Potsdam we distinct between Pre-Oiling and Full-Oiling as two heuristically formats of internationalization that differ in terms of extent and duration of collaboration. These concepts are used as templates to further support individual course planning.

best practise

Prof. Dr. Per Wisselgren, Umea University, Sweden,

"Thanks for a wonderful and most stimulating online lecture. It was nice to see that the technique worked out so well. Here in Umeå we were all very excited about this positive experience and are greatly looking forward to continue and develop the online international collaboration."

best practise

Prof. Dr. Per Wisselgren, Umea University, Sweden,

"Thanks for a wonderful and most stimulating online lecture. It was nice to see that the technique worked out so well. Here in Umeå we were all very excited about this positive experience and are greatly looking forward to continue and develop the online international collaboration."

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