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Seminar

 
The information graphics provided are intended to help you plan your semester. They illustrate the various steps that you should take into account when implementing digital teaching scenarios.

Info graphic "Large digital seminar" for download

    
Download: Info graphic large digital seminar

Info graphic "Small digital seminar" for download

    
Download: Info grahic small digital seminar

Course template "Seminar" for download

We have created a course template "Seminar" for you:
  1. You can use the templates to access an already created course structure. Especially if you have not worked a lot with ILIAS so far, this can be helpful.
  2. Adapt the templates so that they fit your semester planning. The existing structure is only an example.
  3. The templates mainly show the basic functions ILIAS has to offer. Of course, we are happy to also show you further functions.

Download

Here you will find the ILIAS course templates, as well as an online tutorial, where you will learn how to copy the course templates.
Notes on the use of the course templates:
  • In order to use our templates, you must first log in to the central learning platform of the University of Freiburg with your university account. You can only see the course links to the templates once you are logged in.
  • Then please navigate to the original templates (folder: Course Templates) using the course links provided here and then copy the template. We have also described all steps in the online tutorial for you.
 

Help and support

If you have any questions about ILIAS, you can reach us ...
  • via our Forum, where you will find many already answered questions about ILIAS, and where you also have the possibility to ask questions yourself.
  • via the e-mail address ilias@rz.uni-freiburg.de.
In all other cases, please contact us via e-mail to elearning@rz.uni-freiburg.de.
Further use permitted: "Digital Teaching Toolbox" by E-Learning Department, University of Freiburg is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Zuletzt geändert: 28. März 2022, 14:30, Gruschka, Jennifer [jg1134@uni-freiburg.de]