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lernPause – Lunch and Exchange of Ideas about E-Learning

The lernPause is intended to encourage an informal, constructive exchange of ideas on the topic of “E-learning in the Classroom”. In a relaxed, conversational setting, experts, users, and interested parties can trade new insights and discuss their experiences in the fields of e-learning, knowledge management, and didactics. The round-table discussions should offer a space for introducing new offerings, as well as for collecting wishes or proposals from users for improving teaching.

lernPause means combining short talks and discussion with snack offerings during the lunch break.

The lernPause takes place on every second Tuesday of the month during the lecture period, from 12:45 to 2:00 p.m. in H6.211 (the Medienwerkstatt) if not announced otherwise.

At 12:45, you’ll be served a tasty vegetarian soup by the Studentenwerk of the University of Paderborn, so that the talks can begin around 1:00 p.m.

Feel free to just come to the next meeting – we look forward to lively discussions with interested listeners!

If you are interested in additional information about the lernPause or about e-learning topics in general, you can subscribe to our email list by sending an email to iris(dot)neiske(at)uni-paderborn(dot)de. You can also find additional information on various topics in our koaLA group “lernPause”.

Contact person

Iris Neiske

Higher Education Development Office

E-Learning and Learning Technologies; Workshops and Advice, especially about digital and blended learning

Iris Neiske
+49 5251 60-4322

Office hours:

nach Vereinbarung
sowohl vor Ort als auch Online mit Adobe Connect

The University for the Information Society