Hello everybody, it is interview time again. Whilst last semester we where talking about blogging, this semester we focus on Kahoot and Instagram. We wanted to know what the students think about using those tools in class. In the following interview students tell us some of their impressions. Have fun and enjoy listening!
the Mine-Cast is back. Again, we have got some interviews for you and the topic is related to our last post about blogging in seminars.
We asked three students to give us their opinions about blogging at university and this is what they told us.
We hope you enjoyed listening and would like to have you in the next one.
Hello everybody, today we have a set of charts for you. These are the results of a survey conducted in a seminar by Petra Bauer. In addition, the students in this seminar had to write a blog instead of a term paper to pass it. Here a the results of the survey, including an english translation:
Huge thanks to Petra, Sarah and of course Anna who provided this presentation briefly explaining the MINE-Project to you. Enjoy!
Hello everyone, or “Helau” as we say during the carnival season in Mainz. In todays post I want to share three interviews with you, which were conducted at the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz. We simply want to provide some impressions of the student’s opinions about learning with mobile applications, cloud based tools etc.
Thinking about social networks and digital online tools allows us to question how students use them. It is also interesting to examine the popularity of social networks and digital online tools. A survey was conducted encasing the result of 29 students. 22 of the 29 students study economic sciences and 7 students study educational sciences.
Over the course of the winter term our students (at the Johannes Gutenberg-University in Mainz, Germany) have to complete different practical projects in groups. They also have to document the progress and insights of their projects. They are allowed to use different digital tools, which can help them to organize and improve their projects. These tools can be also used for mobile learning and working together.
During our first meeting on Friday we brainstormed about the digital tools they know and the purpose or learning scenario for which they could be used. The picture above shows the output of the group.