Our Projects

Find out here about our current as well as completed projects.

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Publications

A list of our publications can be found here!

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Thesis

If you are interested in carrying out project or thesis work, please feel free to contact us!

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Courses

Visit our research and development platform "Future Learn Lab" and participate in various education and training courses.

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Our Team

Welcome to the Institute for Interactive Systems. Here you can learn everything about our projects and our educational offers.

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Welcome to the Institute for Interactive Systems (ISy)

The Institute for Interactive Systems (ISy) is one of the competence centers of the TH Lübeck. With about 30 employees, we conduct numerous third-party funded research projects around the development of interactive systems and technologies. One focus is on the topics of digital education, computer-aided communication and cooperation, and human-centered design.

 

Digital education

We develop innovative digital teaching-learning formats, platforms and content for university teaching, training and continuing education. Under "Courses" you will find our research and development platform "Future Learn Lab" and can register for selected courses yourself.

 

Digital certificates

With the blockchain alliance DigiCerts (https://www.digicerts.de), we develop and research solutions for the use of forgery-proof digital certificates.

 

Platform and technology development

We rely on open source technologies and systems to develop intelligent, networked platform services for digital learning and working.

 

News

The Digital Campus – Support for international prospective and current students rethought

A great new article by our colleagues Stefanie Bock & Jörg Jelinksi in the Zeitschrift für Hochschulentwicklung:

"The Digital Campus – Support for international prospective and current students rethought"

 

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Stefanie Bock &Jörg Jelinski:

„The Digital Campus – Support for international prospective and current students rethought“

in:

Zeitschrift für Hochschulentwicklung, Hrsg.: Martin Ebner, Thomas Staubitz, Markus Koschutnig-Ebner & Sebastian Serth: "Massive Open Online Courses und ihre Rolle in der digitalen (Hochschul-) Lehre; Bd. 18 Nr. 1 (2023).

Abstract
In recent years, an encouraging number of international students have decided to study in Germany. However, they face several challenges both before and duringtheir studies. With the Digital Campus, a portal is being developed that links the online courses offered by various universities and other educational institutions, in order to support prospective and current international students in the orientation, application and preparation phases for studying in Germany. MOOCs play acentral role on the Digital Campus, both in the orientation phase and in preparingstudents for their studies

Full article: Link