Within the BiLinked project, students and teaching staff jointly develop and test digital teaching/learning formats. One of the main focusses of the project lies on student participation and collaboration during the concrete implementation. The long-term goal of the project is to establish these formats within the university curriculum. Practice-relevant and digitally enriched tasks accompany students in their self-learning phases during their studies and eventually prepare them for the job market of the future (future skills). The necessary technical infrastructure is provided by the Digital Learning Lab within the eLearning.Medien department. Students and teaching staff from a total of ten faculties work together and collaborate within four Communities of Practice to ease interdisciplinary cooperation. Their work consists of conceptualizing innovations in teaching and exchanging ideas spanning multiple focal points. The BiLinked project is being financially supported by the foundation "Stiftung Innovation in der Hochschullehre" fund with 3.7 million euros from October 2021 until July 2024.
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Prof. Dr. Birgit Lütje-Klose