Webinars and Tutorials
On this page you will find an overview of the support services offered by the Teaching Development Center. A large part of it is mainly technical introduction to various programs and their functions, which can be helpful for digitally supported or conducted teaching. But you will also find tips & tricks for teaching beyond technology. New content will be added continuously. Please bookmark this page in your browser and start your search for answers here. In each of the accordion items below, you will find the first steps as well as links to further information. In the menu on the left you can jump directly to the different topics.
If you have questions about ZOOM or other programs, please check the Teaching Development Centers web pages first. If any questions or suggestions remain, you are welcome to contact us directly at zentrum.lehre. For a personal consultation via ZOOM, please feel free to send a suggested appointment directly. Please use the same link for all ZOOM meetings: @ unilu.chZOOM link.
Do you need a ZOOM license? Administrative staff and teaching staff of the University of Lucerne receive a ZOOM license for free. Please follow the instructions in the document "Apply for a Zoom license via SWITCHhub".
Do you need a license for Camtasia? Lectureres at the University of Lucerne can apply for a license for Camtasia. Please contact our Helpdesk. For Camtasia on your private computer please fill in this form and send it to the Helpdesk.
OLAT is the main Learning Management System (LMS) used at the University of Lucerne. Each of your seminars and lectures will have a corresponding OLAT course that you can adapt to your preferred teaching style: to transfer data, to interact with your students, for formative and summative assessment (and much more).
Webinar "New Question Types in OLAT"
- Thursday, 25. March 2021, 11:00 to 12:00 Uhr, ZOOM-Link
- Tuesday, 30. March 2021, 11:00 to 12:00 Uhr, ZOOM-Link
- Wednesday, 31. March 2021, 14:00 to 15:00 Uhr, ZOOM-Link
Do you need a license for Mentimeter? Please contact helpdesk. @ unilu.ch
With Mentimeter you can conduct quick surveys during your lecture, both spontaneously or prepared. This may help to consolidate knowledge, assess the level of understanding, or activate student's awareness.