TELucation articles and folder
To ensure that there is something for everyone, the TELucation articles are available in printed form, as a web version and for download as a PDF as well as an accessible and editable Word document. Some like to have their documents in paper form, others prefer to use digital materials.
The analogue folder is meant to be special and a keepsake. A hard copy of the folder itself is available at every institute and faculty of Graz University of Technology for employees and guests to browse through.
Individuals receive a TELucation folder as a special award or for special achievements, e.g. teaching award winners. The folder can be presented in your office and lent to colleagues.
New TELucation articles are published at regular intervals (approx. every 2-3 months). New articles are published at events of the organisational unit TU Graz Educational Technology or the VR Lehre, e.g. at Lunch und Lehre, the LLT Breakfast or similar.
The English translations and accessible versions are published 1-2 weeks after the German (digital) version. The printed articles are sent to all institutes and those present at the event on or shortly after the day of the event.
When a new TELucation article is published, it is presented at an event organised by the Vice-Rectorate for Academic Affairs or the OU Educational Technologies.
At an in-person event, all those present can take a printed article from a pile. In addition, it is sent to all institutes by internal mail so that the institute folders are up to date.
In the case of an online event, contributions are sent to all participants in the event as well as to all institutes by internal mail.
You can access the digital form of the TELucation contributions at any time here at telucation.tugraz.at or download it as a PDF. If you are missing an article for the folder, please contact email@example.com.
N.B.: the contributions TC#05 as well as TOOLS#02 are only available as online editions, as they were published during the Covid 19 lockdowns and therefore could not be printed.
There are one or more stickers for each TELucation article, which can be collected and stuck into the printed form of the collection folder.
At VR for Academic Affairs in-person events, where new articles are presented, the stickers are available to take from a box. You can also take missing stickers from older articles. The institutes receive the stickers together with the articles by post.
At online events, the stickers are sent to all attendees and all institutes by internal post.
The content of this page, i.e. the TELucation articles as well as the podcast and the guides, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - 4.0 International License, unless otherwise stated.
- Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format
- Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.
Under the following terms:
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Instructions for teachers
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Do you know about an exciting, current topic that is also relevant for other university teachers, or is your teaching a best-practice example for others? Would you like to share your knowledge and your experiences with others?
Currently, the TELucation map and Author's Guide are available in German only, but if you would still like to write an article, please write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestion for a topic. We will then discuss the further procedure together.
Do you have interesting stories to tell regarding your everyday teaching life or your special teaching-related role (senior lecturer, faculty representative, etc.) at TU Graz and would like to do so in a podcast?
If you are interested, please contact email@example.com.