Camtasia is a commercial screen capture and video editing software from TechSmith. The software offers the possibility to record and edit video tutorials, conference recordings, screencasts and much more. (Linked page in German.)
CC-BY is the abbreviation of the six existing Creative Commons license types. The type CC-BY includes the Attribution 4.0 International.
|Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
|Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International|
|Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International
|Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International|
|Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International|
Chats enable synchronous work in plenary and small groups and are suitable for student support and discussions. During an online consultation hour, you will usually have a two-person conversation with a student in the chat. However, you can also chat with a group of students, for example to supervise the project work of a team. From a didactic perspective, chats are an interesting communication medium.
When designing (partially) virtualised courses, special features must be taken into account. When planning courses, therefore, the classic questions of lesson planning according to target group, content, learning goals and teaching methods must be considered in the conception.
Content management systems is the name for online editorial systems based on databases. They are used for document management of applications, for example websites. Their characteristic feature is the separation of content and structure. (Linked page in German.)
On 1 March 2018, the new "Act on the harmonisation of copyright law to the current requirements of the knowledge society" (UrhWissG) became effective. Teachers must ensure that they can provide copyright-protected content to students in a legally compliant manner. ELAN e.V. has published a video illustrating what has to be observed with regard to the new permissions of use of copyrighted works.
The German Copyright Act - UrhG replaced the Act on Copyright in Literary and Artistic Works (LUG) and largely superseded the Act on Copyright in Works of Art and Photography (KUG). The Copyright Act is the legal basis for German copyright law and related rights. (Linked page in German.)
An infringement of copyright exists if works protected by copyright are exploited without the consent of the author. The author can take legal action against such an infringement and, among other things, claim damages. (Linked page in German.)
Specifically, CC offers six different standard license agreements that can be used in the distribution of creative content to determine the legal conditions. CC itself is neither an exploiter nor a publisher of content and is not a contractual partner of authors and rights holders who wish to distribute their content under CC license agreements. (Linked page in German.)
Creative Commons (CC) is a non-profit organization that offers help for authors to release legally protected content in the form of ready-made license agreements. (Linked page in German.)