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ToolDay - Digital Tools for studies

Whether in your studies or at work, digital tools help you with many tasks: in the production and presentation of content, in the joint development of ideas and knowledge with others, in the planning and organisation of projects and many more.

An insight into the useful world of digital tools is offered by the ToolDay on Friday, 19.06.2020, which is organised by WWU IT as part of the first nationwide Digital Day. The ToolDay takes place as an all-day virtual Zoom conference and is open to all WWU students. who are interested in the use of digital tools in collaborative or creative scenarios and who want to develop their digital skills. Our WWUIT software training team has prepared a rich program of both compact and practical workshops that offer creative and effective solutions for typical situations from everyday student life. More information on the individual topics can be found on this website. Please note, the courses are held in German only.

Registrations for the workshops can be made on this website from Wednesday, 10.06.2020 at 17:00. The 45-minute tool workshops will take place in the meeting rooms "Interactive", "Structured" and "Collaborative" and can be booked individually. In addition to the individual workshops, the zoom meeting "Cafeteria" will also be the common setting of the conference with welcome, closing round and interactive programme during the lunch break.We invite you to meet us there and exchange ideas about digital tools in daily life.

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Kontakt: software.schulungen@uni-muenster.de

Schedule

Time Zoom-Meeting "Cafeteria" Zoom-Meeting "Interaktiv" Zoom-Meeting "Strukturiert" Zoom-Meeting "Kollaborativ"
09:30-09:45 Tech Check In
09:45-10:00 Welcome
10:15-11:00 Interactive presentations with Tweedback Creating posters with Pictochart Using of notion in foreign language training
11:15-12:00 Collecting ideas and making decisions with Tricider Planning and managing theses with Trello Creating a presentation collectively in Sciebo with OnlyOffice
12:00-13:00 Lunch Break
13:15-14:00 Exam preparation with Repetico Creating Learning Portfolios with Padlet Collaborative task planning with Trello
14:15-15:00 Brainstorming and evaluation with Oncoo Planning projects and structuring ideas with MindMeister Performing group works with OneNoteClassBook
15:15-16:00 Feedback and Farewell

  • Interactive presentations with Tweedback - Jakob Teichmann

    Contents: Students learn how to use the features Chatwall and Quiz of Tweedback to make presentations (online or in person) more instructive and interactive. The tool can be used in the browser or on the smartphone (even there simply in the browser) without logging in.

    Requirements: Registration with the provider is not required

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR

  • Collecting ideas and making descisions with Tricider - Pascal Roth

    Contents:In this course the students learn how to use the Tricider to exchange, evaluate and vote on thoughts and opinions with others quickly and easily.

    Requirements: Registration with the provider is not required

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR

  • Exam preparation with Repetico - Jan Hüsing

    Contents: Students learn how to use Repetico to create digital flashcards so that they can repeat or study material at any time using their smartphone or browser. The app supports images, audio and text files and motivates through a point scoring system and rankings for the most active learners.

    Requirements: For active participation in the course, registration for the free version of Repetico is helpful.

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR

  • Brainstorming and evaluation with Oncoo - Marcel Tiedemann

    Content: Students learn to use the functions "map queries" and "evaluation target" of oncoo.de for the interactive collection of ideas and evaluation in presentations.

    Requirements: Registration with the provider is not required.

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR

  • Creating posters with Pictochart - Nina Krücken

    Content: Students learn how to present information in an attractively designed way by using pictochart for a poster. The software offers the user high-quality layout templates and supports the creation of infographics.

    Requirements: For active participation in the course, registration for the free version of Piktochart is required.

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR

  • Planning and managing theses with Trello - Lisa Tschorn

    Content: In this course the students learn how to use the project management tool Trello to structure the writing phase of their thesis.

    Requirements: For active participation in the course, registration for the free version of Trello is required.

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR

  • Creating Learning Portfolios with Padlet - Manuela Papke

    Content: Students learn how to use the tool padlet to document and reflect their learning processes visually and with different media forms.

    Requirements: For active participation in the course, registration for the free version of Padlet is helpful.

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR

  • Planning projects and structuring ideas with MindMeister - Sabine Kühmichel

    Content: Students learn how to use MindMeister to visually identify topics or ideas and structure them in a meaningful way, e.g. for topic preparation when planning a presentation or a scientific paper.

    Requirements: For active participation in the course, registration for the free Basic-Version of MindMeister is required.

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR

  • Using of notion in foreign language training  - Christine Rosendahl

    Content: Students learn how to create clear multilingual association strings for self-learning and sharing with others when learning languages with Notion.

    Requirements: For active participation in the course, registration for the free Personal-Version of Notion is required.

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR

  • Creating presentations collectively in Sciebo with OnlyOffice - Jens Märtin

    Content: Students will learn how to use the Sciebo campus cloud and its integrated office solution ONLYOFFICE to create and edit documents and presentations for study-related purposes, such as group presentations.

    Requirements: For active participation in the course, registration for the free Campuscloud Sciebo required.

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR

  • Collaborative task planning with Trello - Jean-Pascal Rassouli

    Content: In this course students learn how to use the project management tool Trello for common project tasks. The focus is on how to visualize and distribute individual tasks within a team.

    Requirements: For active participation in the course, registration for the free version of Trello is required.

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR

  • Performing group works with OneNoteClassBook - Nico Breuker

    Content: In this course, students learn how to use OneNote Class Notebook to collaborate on projects. For this purpose, the students will jointly create a short presentation and thus get to know the functions of OneNote Class Notebook.

    Requirements: For active participation in the course, registration for the free Micrsosoft-Account (e-mail-adress on*@uni-muenster.de) is required.

    TERMIN_NICHT_VERFUEGBAR