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