Monthly Archives: November 2020

If I ever have to teach online again, …

I will start with a session about how to efficiently and politely use the online tools. In the online lecture last week, I decided to use Zoom’s breakout rooms. The students loved it and I really think it is a … Continue reading

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My favourite book on scientific writing

I have found this book during an extensive search for books and materials on how to write papers. Its title really attracted me and I decided that if this guy knows how to attract my attention so well, he should … Continue reading

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Simple tricks to activate interaction in online lectures

The semester started late this year in Bremen – only on Nov. 3rd. In these weird Corona-driven times, we decided to go fully digital and are now running our lectures in real-time via Zoom. I was researching a lot about … Continue reading

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How I record my teaching videos

People keep asking me what hardware and software I use to record my videos (many of them on YouTube). Here we go: I have my own video room at the University of Bremen (NW1): I use two cameras: one facing … Continue reading

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