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Tuesday, June 22 • 11:00 - 12:30
Podcasts, Microcontent & MOOCs – The Integration of Digital Learning Formats into HE Lectures (Part 2)

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Link to the session (for registered attendees): https://open.hpi.de/courses/hpi-learningatscale2021-emoocs2021/items/5IqSbBkI9qNR0uOJHF2WVN

Covid-19 poses major challenges to the higher education landscape. Junior professors from the Computational Neuroscience department at Charité – University medicine Berlin and a small team of developers from the AI Campus learning platform saw this as an opportunity to develop digital learning formats in modular, interactive and participatory form that can be integrated into university teaching. While elements from the AI Campus learning opportunity "Dr. med. AI" were integrated into the formal seminar setting, an accompanying podcast was to support the learning process in an entertaining way and embed the learning content in a coherent narrative by using exciting and engaging application scenarios of AI used in the different fields of medicine nowadays.
The workshop aims to explore the needs to be considered when designing, developing and implementing a multimedia learning format, how to implement processes of quality assurance in the development process, and how to include students in this process to ensure that a user-centered design is created. The workshop will take place in an online course on the AI Campus platform. By this means participants will have the opportunity to review provided content in the course regarding instructional design aspects and quality of the content. Based on the review results, participants then create interactive formats hands-on by using an interoperable open-source authoring tool. Finally, the core learnings of the workshop will be reflected, discussed and formulated.

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Mike Bernd

Program Manager, Stifterverband / AI Campus


Tuesday June 22, 2021 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Sanssouci