Interactive Videos for the Analysis of Complex Domain-specific Problem Situations (Project 1)

Project coordinators

Lehrstuhlinhaber
Grundschulpädagogik und Grundschuldidaktik
  • Room 2078 (Building D)
Leitung Team Ausbildungsforschung – Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Faculty of Medicine
  • Room 7124 (5. Stock) (Building Faculty of Medicine)

Project participants

Lehrstuhlinhaberin
Moraltheologie
Professor
Kirchengeschichte (Mittlere und Neue)
Professor
Media Reality
Researcher and PhD candidate
Media Reality
Lehrstuhlinhaberin
Deutsch als Zweit- und Fremdsprache
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Deutsch als Zweit- und Fremdsprache
Wiss. Mitarbeiterin
Kirchengeschichte (Mittlere und Neue)
Geschäftsführer des DigiLLab
ZLbiB
Scientific researcher, project coordinator "KodiLL"
Educational psychology
Kerstin Martina Kornacker M.Ed.
Instructional Designer
DigiLLab
Dr. Ulrich Fahrner
Leitung Medienlabor
Medienlabor
Lisa Vettermann
Research Assistant
Medienlabor
Zentrale Server und Dienste
Rechenzentrum
Tugce Özbek
Instructional Designer
DigiLLab

Project description

In this project, authentic video cases are produced for university teaching, in which discipline- and profession-specific problem situations are shown (e.g. teaching situations for use in teacher training, critical pastoral care discussions in theology studies, suboptimal treatment processes in medical studies). For the competence development of the students, the focus here is on the promotion of professional perception. In this context, comprehensive preliminary work with digital video vignettes in the aforementioned LeHet project can be drawn upon, which are to be systematically provided with cognitively activating elements and tasks (e.g., observation tasks, hinting stimuli) with the help of already existing open source software (H5P) and expanded to 360° videos and their use in VR scenarios. In addition, new video examples are being produced in medicine, communication science, and Catholic theology. The medical faculty, for example, is focusing on revealing expert views to students with eye tracking. Communication science deals with 360° videos to raise awareness of media use. The interactive videos are not used as stand-alone applications, but are integrated into existing courses via the university's Learning Management System, where they are used to initiate independent, constructive and interactive learning processes. In this way, a steadily growing pool of subject-specific interactive videos is being created, which will also be made available to other universities. The Philological-Historical, Catholic-Theological, Philosophical-Social Science and Medical Faculties are involved in this project. In the third year of the project, there will also be a transfer to the Faculty of Applied Computer Science.

@ Stiftung Innovation in der Hochschullehre

The project "Facilitating Competence Development through Digital Authentic and Feedback-Based Learning Scenarios" is funded within the framework of the funding announcement "Strengthening University Teaching Through Digitization" (FBM2020) by Stiftung Innovation in der Hochschullehre.

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