Teaching was and is the cornerstone that is key to the purpose of a university. It's not just teaching methods that change over time, it's also the possibilities of technology. The last two years, when teaching was forced to undergo a massive and rapid transition to virtual and digital alternatives, have had an enormous impact on changes in this area. Not everything that was tried worked well. Not every tool is future-proof. And even more important than that: not every method and not every tool works equally well for every course and every group size. This applies especially to TU Wien, where research-driven teaching is key, and the requirements for technical solutions are demanding and differ greatly according to the specialism. Not to mention the issues with digital examination formats.
We turned our camera on Dr Andreas Körner, an experienced teacher, .dcall project manager and head of the teaching focus group, to ask him how he envisaged teaching would develop at TU Wien in future. If you are as excited as we are to hear his response, then don't miss the next video in our .digital news bits series, opens an external URL in a new window.