Digital learning collection for physics

Due to the current unprecedented situation, it is very important to provide valuable online teaching methods. In the scope of an eLearning Challenge, we want to collect links of examples (e.g. YouTube videos, scripts, animations, etc.) for professors and physics students. Therefore, share your preferred learning material and websites with us. If you know some great platforms, please add them to this form.

Please share this message that the database can grow steadily. The bigger this collection, the better our teaching next semester! If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you for your participation and stay healthy, 

Otto Hahn eLearning Team Uni Heidelberg

Creating shared notes

Since quite some time we as student council are running CodiMD as an internal service. You can create shared notes, presentations and many more things while collaborating in real time through an relatively easy to use UI.

We now opened an installation of the tool to the public: codimd.mathphys.stura.uni-heidelberg.de

If you have any questions regarding the tool feel free to write an email to root@mathphys.stura.uni-heidelberg.de.

Happy Hacking,
Your Student Council

Current note: Adjusted lending

Due to the urgent measures of the university administration, the office of the student’s council had to be closed. Therefore, the lending of sample exams and examination reports is not possible in its current manner. Nevertheless, a quick software development effort allows the forwarding of examination reports via email. Please contact us if you are interested. Unfortunately, sample exams are not covered, which is why a lending is not possible until further notice.

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Lectures in Times of COVID-19?

Dear Students,

following the order of the German Ministry for Science, Research and Arts (MWK) all teaching in our faculty is put on hold without replacement until the 19th of April.

We as the student council percieve it as our task to represent the students as good as possible in these challenging times. Together with the faculty members, we discuss and test various digital teaching solutions to ensure your studies during the upcoming summer term despite the aggravated conditions.

For further information about the disease and regulations we reference the official statment from the university of heidelberg, the german Robert Koch institute and the Federal Agency for Health related Information(german only)

As soon as we get new information about changes in teaching and regularisations, we will keep you updated.

Until then we wish you refreshing holidays and stay safe folks!