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(DFG) Info Talks on DFG Funding Opportunities for Research Careers Germany’s largest independent research funding organisation offers funding opportunities for all career stages between doctorate and professorship. Join their online talk and get to know the DFG and its funding portfolio for postdocs. We offer an overview of all funding instruments for the time after your PhD as well as specific focus talks on the Walter Benjamin Programme, the Emmy Noether Programme and the Heisenberg Programme. We will also provide advice on how to prepare your proposal for the review process and answer your questions. PhD candidates and postdocs of all disciplines are welcome to join!
NIDIT Open Lab - Lab for Innovative Teaching The Lab for Innovative Teaching in Giessen opens its doors every Wednesday from 10:00 to 15:00 for anyone interested in virtual and augmented reality. Visitors can ask questions, test devices and work on virtual teaching concepts at workstations. A VR lending station is also available for teaching and research purposes.
VITALS - Building Bridges - Innovative Strategies for Cross-Cultural Engagement in Online Learning The internationalization of courses at universities is increasingly in demand. Through (virtual) international seminars, lecturers as well as students can expand their intercultural but also professional competencies, build international networks and jointly design innovative teaching. In comparison to physical mobility, digital internationalization is considerably less expensive. Moreover, it is more inclusive, flexible and sustainable, while promoting digital competencies of participants. However, these innovative teaching formats also entail numerous challenges such as technical and organizational requirements, special didactical and methodological demands, as well as performance assessment and certification issues. This workshop series aims to address these challenges faced by educators and learners by providing insights, theoretical foundations, and practical recommendations for internationalizing virtual courses, emphasizing their significant inherent value. Over the course of five sessions, participants will have the opportunity to enhance their digital skills and sensitivity to intercultural disparities. The workshop will specifically focus on fostering two-way feedback mechanisms and address the complexities of performance assessment. Additionally, it will introduce the ePortfolio as a versatile tool for documentation, intercultural exchange, and self-reflection.
Building Communities on Internationalization: An Online Exchange Event This online exchange aims to serve as a platform for stakeholders such as lecturers, teachers, managers, and students to exchange insights and best practices pertaining to international teaching. Participants will engage in discussions on a diverse array of topics that include innovative teaching methodologies, the integration of emerging technologies in international teaching, strategies for motivating and engaging international students and educators, the development of intercultural competence, curriculum design, sustainable teaching, and the exploration of various learning and teaching habits and styles, among other topics of interest.
Introducing Intercultural Competencies in Digital, International Teaching This workshop aims to cultivate a deeper understanding of our intercultural reality and address intercultural disparities in a constructive manner. Participants will actively engage in discussions covering a diverse range of topics, including the multifaceted dimensions of culture within university settings, strategies for enhancing intercultural awareness to improve teaching effectiveness, the enrichment of learning experiences through embracing diverse perspectives, personal biases and power dynamics within educational contexts.
HeFDI Data School 2023 Dritte Auflage der HeFDI Data School, diesmal neben den Beiträgen zum allgemeinen Forschungsdatenmanagement auch mit vier Terminen zum Thema „Open Science“.
HeFDI Code School: Basic Track Our Code School basics are a set of three online workshops in cooperation with NFDI4Earth. We offer a general introduction into basic programming and data science skills, i.e. programming basics with Python language and plotting. All workshops are free-of-charge.
HeFDI Code School: Advanced Track Scientific software is often hard to maintain and reuse. A major reason for the instability of software is that it is subject to continuous change. This is especially true for software in the scientific context, since the scientific discourse is open-ended. Change has caused difficulties for scientific software developers from the very beginning, and it continues to do so. In parallel, the software engineering community has produced numerous developments that we as research software developers can take advantage of to significantly support our work. This workshop is an introduction on how to bridge the gap between both worlds and introduces practices, methods and principles to develop maintainable software and to make the software development process sustainable.
Next Future Network Talks This series is especially for (young) researchers from the life-science / medical sector. It is co-organized by the PCMO@GGL and the Max Planck institutes in Marburg and Bad Nauheim, as well as the Marburg school for microbiology. It features a short presentation of invited speakers and offers room for some questions. The series is in english. This online series is normally scheduled for the first Friday every month from 12:00 to 13:00h.
Consultation hour for international (virtual) teaching Consultation hour for international (virtual) teaching The International Teaching Training team of the NIDITproject is happy to support you with your questions about international (virtual) teaching. Consultation hours take place every first Tuesday of the month from 9 to 10 am.