Welcome to the KIT E-Learning Services Page!

This page provides an overview of services, support structures and other offerings on the topics of digital teaching and e-learning. With the frequently searched terms presented below, you have direct access to important topics, followed by a brief description of the participating institutions with their respective focus areas. We are happy to be available for questions and suggestions. In addition to the previously known communication channels via email, telephone, or personal contact at the participating institutions, we offer another option for support in digital teaching: Use the new ticket system.



Offers of the ZML

The ZML offers digital teaching services, supporting all KIT employees as a service provider in designing, developing, and publishing e-learning content. For instance, ZML provides guidance and assistance in implementing and delivering lecture recordings and video productions for students. Another key expertise of ZML lies in setting up ILIAS courses. To facilitate this, it conducts workshops and webinars as part of the HDZ program.

To ensure that all educators receive optimal support in adapting to and utilizing new digital teaching methods and tools, central information pages have been established on the ZML website. Furthermore, ZML is responsible for the distribution of Zoom licenses within KIT.

Sarah Holstein
Phone: +49 721 608-48219
E-mail: sarah.holstein∂kit.edu

Thomas May
Phone: +49 721 608-48208
E-mail: may∂kit.edu

Andreas Sexauer
Phone: +49 721 608-48215
E-mail: andreas.sexauer∂kit.edu

Offers of the working group for university didactics

Are you a lecturer at KIT? Do you frequently contemplate how to enhance your teaching methods? Are you interested in advancing your teaching skills? If so, the working group for university didactics is the ideal destination for you!

We assist you in crafting fresh course concepts and refining existing ones. We guide you in enhancing your teaching abilities and provide the opportunity to earn a nationally recognized university didactics certificate, optionally with an emphasis on e-learning.

Katrin Heß
Phone: +49 721 608-46651
E-mail: katrin.hess∂kit.edu

Information offered by the SCC

The SCC provides robust IT infrastructure support for both students and faculty. This encompasses various resources such as multiple computer labs, workstations equipped with standard software, teaching and learning platforms, as well as the campus portal. Amidst the Corona crisis, the SCC took charge of the technical and data protection aspects in implementing MS Teams, Zoom, and BigBlueButton at KIT.

Franziska Wandelmaier

E-mail: ilias∂studium.kit.edu

Digital offerings of the KIT library

The KIT Library offers an extensive array of digital media, including e-books, e-journals, databases, lecture materials, and more. It also oversees KITopen, the central repository of KIT (Open Access). KITopen serves as a publication platform for all KIT researchers, encompassing bibliographic details of all publications, along with full texts, images, research data, and audiovisual media. Furthermore, the KIT Library has collaborated with the writing laboratory of the House of Competence to develop online self-study courses for acquiring information and writing skills. These courses are licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 and can be seamlessly integrated by educators into their own formats for academic work.

Regine Tobias
Phone: +49 721 608-47940
E-mail: regine.tobias∂kit.edu