You will not be able to transfer all teaching/learning activities and learning objectives smoothly to the online world. Put any perfectionism you may have behind you; in the current situation you will have to make many decisions based on pragmatic considerations, be agile and willing to experiment. Work your way forward step by step, starting with the most pressing concerns. You will find basic didactic considerations in our media didactic tips, and in this FAQ collection we provide you with assistance and further information on how to proceed concretely. Our Decision support will help you quickly find the right digital tools, which are described in short profiles and instructions in our rapidly growing collection. In the process, you will discover that much more is possible in e-learning than just online communication and file exchange.
Most important - prefer asynchronous formats. Do not try to transfer your face-to-face teaching 1:1 to the internet via video conferencing and other synchronous tools! This would most likely overburden you and your students and put many less technically equipped participants at a disadvantage. Ultimately, a good mix of synchronous formats for intensive, personal exchange and asynchronous formats for knowledge transfer, documentation and work on documents, tailored to your needs and resources, is required.
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