Online consultation hours can be arranged and conducted via video conferencing systems or communication channels between teachers and students regardless of location.
An online learning diary can be used to accompany classroom teaching. In principle, the functions of a blog or an e-portfolio are similar to those of an online diary, so we recommend the entries for blog and e-portfolio.
The Open Access movement aims to make scientific information - usually publications - freely available on the Internet. Open content is content such as texts, images, music or videos which may be freely copied, used and in some cases modified. Use is generally regulated by licences, which also specify how the original authors must be referenced. These licenses derive from the Open Source movement. (Linked page in German.)
Screencasts can be created with OBS Studio, for example. This is a free and open source software that allows video recording and live streaming. In this article we show how to create a screencast in the office or at home quickly and easily using free software, a simple webcam and PowerPoint. (Linked page in German.)
Browser-based screen recording (screencast) and video recording possible.
In general, Open Educational Resources is understood to be digitised teaching/learning material that is freely available on the Internet. OER can therefore be understood as very different forms such as courses, course applications, course modules, but also (hyper-) text files, images, audio, video, simulations, etc. (Linked page in German.)
Open Source is a term for software whose source code, i.e. the internal functional description, is available free of charge for anyone to download, modify and redistribute. The development and administration of the software is usually driven by a community of developers and users that does not primarily pursue commercial interests. (Linked page in German.)