We are looking for educators at the University of Paderborn who are interested in employing elements of e-learning in their course(s) and who want to make use of e-tutors in their teaching.
The e-tutors should help to develop an e-learning concept for a course and to follow it through for the full semester. This e-concept should be an offering for students that does not replace the in-person event, but rather optimizes communicative, organizational, or methodical processes.
What are e-Tutors?
The e-tutors who will support you are students who have been qualified through our e-tutors program. When you choose to work with our e-tutors, they have already completed the first training phase and possess a didactic and technical foundation for developing e-learning concepts.
You can find additional information about the e-tutor training program here.
What can you expect?
Together with one e-tutor, you will plan an e-learning concept for your seminar roughly 2 weeks before the semester starts. The e-tutors will implement and accompany the e-learning concept over the course of the semester in close coordination with you. At the end of the semester, we will ask you to evaluate, using a survey, the cooperation and the effectiveness of e-learning in your course. There are no costs associated with the e-tutor program for you or your department.
How to apply?
To ensure that e-tutors are distributed as effectively as possible throughout prospective courses, we ask for a short email from you in which you signalize your willingness for active participation in the program. So that we can contact e-tutors with the necessary familiarity with the appropriate faculty/subject area as soon as possible, we also ask for the following information in your email:
- last name, first name; academic title
- faculty, institute, subject area, chair/professor
- any previous experience with e-learning
Please send the email to iris.neiske(at)uni-paderborn(dot)de
Questions about the e-tutors program can be addressed to iris.neiske(at)uni-paderborn(dot)de