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Mailing list

Mailing lists are a hybrid between e-mail and newsgroup and exist for various topics and information purposes. Users have the possibility to subscribe to mailing lists. Messages to the mailing list are automatically forwarded to all subscribers.

Massive Open Online Courses

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are interactive online courses that are accessible worldwide and free of charge. (Linked page in German.)

Media literacy

Media literacy describes skills and abilities concerning the use and creation of media. The term is used analogously to terms such as technical or social competence. (Linked page in German.)

Media pool

Media pools are used to structure uploaded media such as images, graphics, audio files or text fragments and make them available for reuse in learning modules, glossaries or other content elements. Thus, a text document from the media pool can be integrated into the desired elements via the clipboard. If you continue working on the text document and upload it again, it does not have to be exchanged manually. Instead, it changes automatically in all places used after it has been exchanged in the media pool.


With a mind map the relations between terms are displayed graphically. Starting from a central term, branch systems are formed to further key systems. A visualization of chains of association is thus made possible.

Mobile Learning

Teaching and learning do not only take place in the lecture hall or on the PC at home. Mobile applications and devices such as apps, laptops, netbooks or smartphones have been enabling mobile learning at other locations for several years.


MoGLi (Modular Giessener Verhaltensbasiertes Lehrvertragsrückmeldungsinstrument) is a behaviour-based instrument for course evaluation. If you would like to evaluate your course, you have come to the right place at the JLU Teaching Evaluation Service Office.


See Massice Open Online Courses.


Multimedia is the generic term for documents created through the combined use of various digital media such as sound, text, graphics and moving images. Usually at least one time-dependent medium, for example moving images or sound, is included. (Linked page in German.)


Multimedia player

A multimedia player supports the playback of audio and video formats such as .mp2, .mp3, .avi, .mpeg, .wmv, .wav, .wma, .mpe, .mpeg or .asf. Depending on the range of functions, multimedia players allow the conversion of individual formats. (Linked page in German.)