Due to given circumstances, all teaching and learning rooms are closed with immediate effect.  You can find more detailed information at:    

https://www.tuwien.at/tu-wien/organisation/zentrale-services/gebaeude-und-technik/arbeitssicherheit-medizin/coronavirus/, opens an external URL in a new window

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Central teaching rooms can be used as learning rooms

Learning spaces for students are always an issue at TU Wien. Therefore, the Centre for Strategic Teaching Development has developed a concept for opening the centrally managed teaching rooms in order to further optimise studyability at TU Vienna.

The central teaching and learning resource management will open the doors to centrally managed lecture halls and seminar rooms in the form of a pilot project from 1 March 2020. The time windows in which the rooms will be available to students will always be announced on the 15th of the previous month on the homepage under the item "Learning rooms, opens an external URL in a new window", opens an external URL in a new tab, and on Instagram (@zllrmtuwien, opens an external URL in a new window, opens an external URL in a new tab) in order to avoid restricting teaching flexibility. Short-term changes are also published on Instagram, opens an external URL in a new window (opens an external URL in a new tab) and on the homepage under "Current information, opens an external URL in a new window" (opens an external URL in a new tab).

The central teaching room management elicits, books and coordinates the dates accordingly. It is supported by the HTU and the student councils in communication and on-site support, so that students are also informed via various other channels.

After evaluating the pilot project at the end of the semester, the project will be further improved and any optimisation processes will be initiated so that the project can be rolled out on a large scale from the winter semester 2020/21. Any input is welcome and can be reported to the central room management for teaching and learning at zllrm@tuwien.ac.at.


The house regulations, opens an external URL in a new window of the TU Wien must be followed as well as other guidelines of the central teaching room management:

The central teaching room administration must rely on the fact that students enter the room at the earliest at the beginning of the reservation and have left the room at the latest at the end of the reservation. The rooms are to be left as they were found so that teaching is not restricted by disturbances of any kind (noise, litter, etc.). 

There is an absolute ban on alcohol during the use of learning rooms in centrally administered rooms .

Should any issues that restrict teaching in any way occur, the affected room will no longer be available and future bookings will be revoked.

The planned pilot project can only work if we all work together.