What is the TELucation folder?
The Organisational Unit Educational Technology at TU Graz published a folder with topics from the TELucation area in 2019, which has been continuously updated with new contributions in five categories at regular intervals since then.
The TELucation collection folder is an analogue compendium that primarily offers support for the digitisation of teaching. The analogue folder offers a smooth transition and introduction to virtual teaching and sees itself as a "tangible" reference work.
Who receives a TELucation folder?
An analogue folder is available for free use at all institutes and deaneries of Graz University of Technology. Teachers with special functions (senior lecturers, faculty representatives for virtual teaching, etc.) also receive a personalised folder in appreciation of their work.
Who receives printed articles?
New articles are presented at events organised by the Organisational Unit Educational Technology or the Vice-Rectorate for Academic Affairs. Printed articles for your folder are available at in-person events. Printed copies are sent to the institutes and the remaining folder owners at Graz University of Technology by TU Graz internal post.
At online events, contributions are sent directly to all attendees, all institutes and all folder owners.
For all other readers, we offer the contributions online for reading or downloading.
Inspired by Panini collectible stickers, the TELucation folder also includes stickers to collect and stick into the contributions.
Where can I receive stickers?
Just like the TELucation articles, stickers are also available at events organised by the OU Educational Technology or the Vice-Rectorate for Academic Affairs, or are sent to the institutes and folder owners after online events.
Missing stickers can be collected at events, or you can write to telucation (at) tugraz.at and we are happy to send them to you by internal post within Graz University of Technology!
How do I recognise stickers in online articles?
You can recognise stickers in online articles by the fact that the image/photo is slightly transparent. If you move the cursor over the image/photo, it will appear in full colour. Below, you will find text indicating that it is a sticker.