Digitalisation offers numerous opportunities for redesigning university teaching that are not or hardly used. In particular, the frustrating experiences with digital teaching formats in the CoVid-19 pandemic provide reason to address this challenge.
With the project Strafrecht digital³, Janine Blocher and Nicolai Preetz are developing an innovative concept for digital university teaching under the guidance and supervision of Chair and Director of the Centre for Human | Data | Society Prof. Dr. Liane Wörner, LL.M. (UW-Madison). The project is funded by the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg and a Tandem Fellowship of the Stifterverband. The tandem is supported by Jan Wehrheim as a student assistant. The integration into the „Advanced Data and Literacy Track“ of the University of Konstanz and the transnational research initiative DIGICRIMJUS enables synergy effects and increases the reach of the project.
The aim is the sustainable development of a teaching-learning model that actively involves students in the learning process and stimulates their motivation and commitment to independently question complex issues. This enables an individual and inclusive learning process and enhances the personal learning experience. Building on the course "Digitalisation and Law", classroom teaching is enriched by implementing digital live quizzes and coordinated self-learning courses. The digitality of the project is reflected in three ways: in the content taught, the integration of digital tools in the live lecture and the core, the digital self-learning courses. The lecture is held by Nicolai Preetz and accompanied by Janine Blocher as a student. This collaboration combines the perspectives of teacher and learner and at the same time offers a starting point for the support of young academics.
Further information (German): https://www.stifterverband.org/bwdigifellows/2023_preetz_blocher