Dr. Tina Ladwig auf der ZKI 2020 in Leipzig

Konsequenzen der Digitalisierung für Rechenzentren

Von Mi 26. bis Fr 28. Februar 2020 fand an der Universität Leipzig die ZKI-Frühjahrstagung 2020 zum Thema „Trends und Treiber" statt.

Am Donnerstag, den 27. Februar war Frau Dr. Tina Ladwig eingeladen einen Vortrag zum Thema zu „Konsequenzen der Digitalisierung für Rechenzentren Strategie-Struktur-Kultur am Beispiel der HOOU an der TUHH“ zu halten.


Abstract zum Vortrag
Digitalisierung hat nicht per se einen Einfluss auf Hochschulen und ihre Leistungsbereiche – es bedarf immer einer handlungsorientierten Interpretation dieses Phänomens durch die verschiedenen Hochschulangehörigen. So auch durch die Rechenzentren an den Hochschulen. Sie sind mehr denn je aufgefordert, eine Balance zwischen der Verfügbarkeit von Ressourcen an den Rechenzentren und den diversen an sie herangetragen Bedarfen aus Forschung, Lehre und Verwaltung in digitalen Zeiten Gestaltungsoptionen zu definieren. Dies bedeutet a) dass Rechenzentren auch ihre eigenen Rollen an den Hochschulen neu reflektieren und sich im Kontext der Hochschulentwicklung in digitalen Zeiten positionieren. Der Beitrag soll zum einen die Herausforderungen von Rechenzentren thematisieren und anhand von Erfahrungsberichten aus der HOOU an der TUHH zu möglichen Umsetzungswegen sensibilisieren.

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Course offerings in the summer semester 2020

Preview of the course offerings

The preview of the courses offered in the summer semester 2020 can now be viewed online for the degree programs "Medientechnik", "Elektrotechnik-Informationstechnik" and "Arbeitslehre/Technik". No guarantee is given for the correctness and completeness of the offers. For availability, dates and admission requirements please refer to the course catalogue or STiNE.

You can download the specific plans as PDF files [in German language] below:

UPDATE 10.03.2020

Vorschau Lehrangebot Medientechnik SoSe 2020
Vorschau Lehrangebot Elektrotechnik-Informationstechnik SoSe 2020
Vorschau Lehrangebot Arbeitslehre/Technik SoSe 2020

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Podcast 42 - Teaching and Research

Episode 13 - Prof. Dr. Sönke Knutzen talks about university in the digital world


Digitalization is changing the way we live and work in a profound way. We are experiencing and feeling the changes everywhere: in the way we shop, the way we travel, the way we communicate or the way we get our information. But what does this mean for our educational system? What does the new generation need to know and be able to do in order to be able to work for a lifetime? And what role does the university play in this? Do we need a new concept of university education?

You can play Episode 13 on the following page: Episode 13 on Insights

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Podcast 42 - Teaching and Research

Episode 12 - Ronny Röwert from digital.learning.lab talks about education in the digital age


In an increasingly digital environment, education, teaching design and learning processes are confronted with new requirements and change potentials. When can education become better and fairer through digital possibilities and when can it not? Ronny Röwert speaks in our current episode on the basis of previous personal and professional experiences about why education can benefit from technology in digital times, but does not necessarily have to. He has brought along this digital.learning.lab as a platform and source of inspiration for teaching design in digital times with fresh news.

Ronny Röwert is a research assistant at the Institute for Technical Education and University Didactics (ITBH) at the TU Hamburg.

You can play Episode 12 on the following page: Episode 12 on Insights

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The digital.learning.lab starts the next phase

The platform opens up and invites teachers to join in

Digital, interactive and open: Teachers can now publicly create and share their own teaching modules on the digital.learning.lab platform.


The digital.learning.lab was developed by the Institut für Technische Bildung und Hochschuldidaktik (ITBH) at the Technische Universität Hamburg (TUHH), the Behörde für Schule und Berufsbildung (BSB) and the Joachim Herz Stiftung.
Since the launch of the platform in September 2018, more than 180 building blocks have been downloaded and reused for teaching purposes at The offer ranges from instructions for the production of scientific podcasts to stop-motion videos for chemistry lessons and digital platforms for the joint development of short stories.

Now the platform opens and invites teachers from all over Germany to participate. Through the further development of digital.learning.lab, teachers can develop building blocks with teaching impulses and thus enter into an interactive exchange with each other. For quality assurance purposes, new content will be viewed by experts from the Hamburg School Authority and the TUHH.

Further information can be found on the website of digital.learning.lab

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Podcast 42 - Teaching and Research

Episode 11 - Axel Dürkop talks about socio-technical systems and openness in teaching and research


Information technology systems in teaching and research do not exist without the human being who selects, develops and interacts with them. It is therefore only logical to define these systems as socio-technical systems (cf. Herrmann, 2003). Axel Dürkop talks in our current episode about how this understanding of technology influences his work and what role the values of openness play in it. It becomes clear how his "first life" as a theatre director, musician and performer influenced his work as a researcher, lecturer and developer at the university.

You can play Episode 11 on the following page: Episode 11 on Insights

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First Mayor Tschentscher visits DigiNet.Air

Cooperation with companies started

On 09 October 2019, Hamburg's First Mayor Dr. Peter Tschentscher visited the "Network Digital Learning for the Aviation Industry of the Hamburg Metropolitan Region". In the project office in the Harburg inland port, the project team showed him how it supports small and medium-sized enterprises in particular in the development and implementation of change processes within the framework of digitisation and develops further training measures for future competence requirements.

Bürgermeister Tschentscher zu Besuch bei DigiNet.Air
Photo: Sarah Buth

The Institute for Technical Education and University Didactics (ITBH) at the TUHH develops and evaluates the didactic concept of the teaching and learning modules and has developed a procedure for analysing the educational needs of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in times of digital structural change and, building on this, for designing education modules that are appropriate for addressees.

Further information to DigiNet.Air can take you from (left: text: Project homepage popup:yes).

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digital.learning.lab at the Conference Education Digitisation 2019 in Berlin

Further developments of the digital.learning.lab

The Forum Bildung Digitalisierung invited interested parties from education practice, education policy, education administration, science and civil society to the conference Bildung Digitalisierung in Berlin on 12 and 13 September 2019. About 1,000 educational actors from all over Germany came together under the heading "Next Practice - Educational Innovations for Digital Change".

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Prof. Sönke Knutzen and Ronny Röwert used the opportunity to discuss possible further developments of the digital.learning.lab in a Werkstattgespräch workshop with the teachers and other educational practitioners present. The digital.learning.lab, as a joint project with the German School and Vocational Training Authority and the Joachim Herz Foundation, provides teachers with impulses for digitally supported teaching. It combines open digital teaching modules, a comprehensive toolbox and trends with tips, practical examples and research findings on learning in digital times. In the workshop discussion, possibilities for motivating teachers to make more effective use of corresponding platforms were discussed. In addition, the tension between quality assurance by an editorial team and at the same time low-threshold access paths for teachers to upload new content was discussed. Subsequently, discussions were held to improve the integration and networking with other projects such as digiLL.

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