Working remote - developing a guideline (E)

level of course unit

First Cycle

Learning outcomes of course unit

•Students are able to deal with the whole covid-19-based situation of
remote working and learning in a constructive and positive way.
•Students are able to reflect their own behavior and develop strategies to
optimize remote processes as individuals and as members of a team or
several teams.
•Students are able to organize themselves as individuals and as a group
virtually to create a well founded, multimedia manual for remote work

prerequisites and co-requisites


course contents

Lehrinhalte / Aufbau
The whole project covers three different dimensions:
1st dimension is the actual workload: Organization and execution of all
processes to achieve the task objective):
•Team finding, grouping, coordination processes, project management
•Research and brainstorming
•Fixing of topics, structure and setup
•Preparation of the contents, as well as editing and release
•Final preparation and presentation of the result
2nd dimension (ongoing reflection of the process):
•Planning and organization of the whole process
•Integration of your findings both in the own working process and in the
content of the guide
3rd dimension (final evaluation):
•Evaluation and assessment of the whole project (process and result) by
peer feedback of the students and lecturer (see below)

recommended or required reading

individual desktop research

assessment methods and criteria

25 % Individual 1:1-feedback within the peer group (1 : 1)
25 % Group peer feedback (Group : Groups)
50 % evaluation of Lecturer for final manual
Evaluation criteria - “result":
•Formal (clean design as well as correct and understandable content)
•Dramaturgy (logical structure and red thread)
•Creativity (autonomy and innovation in concept and content)
•Foundation (reference to other sources)
•Relevance (basic and advanced contents)
•Multimedia (preparation via convergent media mix, e.g. web, pdf, videos...)
Evaluation criteria - "process":
•Independence, ability to organize as a group and project management

language of instruction


number of ECTS credits allocated


eLearning quota in percent


course-hours-per-week (chw)


planned learning activities and teaching methods

•Organization in small groups of 4-5 pax each, further type of
implementation and execution is freely selectable
•I.e. high demands on self-organization and self-reflection
•Lecturer is not part of the project team, but in the role of a coach

semester/trimester when the course unit is delivered


name of lecturer(s)

Dr. Peter Dietrich

year of study

1. year of studies

recommended optional program components


course unit code


type of course unit

integrated lecture

mode of delivery


work placement(s)

Non applicable

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