Do you want to get a quick overview or suggestions for online teaching at the TU Wien?

The E-Didactic Guide (EDIN) provides you with information on how digital tools can be used didactically in online teaching. EDIN was developed by the Digital Teaching and Learning team as part of the eTUcation project at TU Wien and describes tools served at TU Wien.

EDIN is aimed both at teachers who are taking their first steps in online teaching and at teachers who, after gaining initial experience in online teaching, want to further develop their didactic planning and possible uses.


EDIN can be accessed here, opens an external URL in a new window (no registration required, currently only available in German).


As EDIN is constantly being developed, feedback is very welcome. For feedback on the content of EDIN contributions, please use our feedback form in TUWEL Give feedback in TUWEL, opens an external URL in a new window ....

Further information

Further information on EDIN can also be found in the fnma magazine, opens an external URL in a new window on the topic of "Electronic testing from a didactic perspective: possibilities and limitations":
EDIN – E-Didaktisches Nachschlagewerk zur Online-Lehre am Beispiel „Prüfen“, Ilona Herbst - Link to article, opens an external URL in a new window